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Canisa "de Brailita" -> In memoriam

In memoriam.

Here we will fondly remember special dogs who were part of our kennel's family.

Pusi de Valeni.

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April 25 2011-The second day of Easter,and God took Pusa from us. She went to The Rainbow Bridge to meet her mother Spiky who left us last year and her friend-Ursu.
She brought into this world her last litter just a week ago, litter "T", with our beautiful male Jabar De Brailita. We have high expectations from this litter, there are 5 wonderful little girls. Now the little ones are left orphans,our hope is in Raisa,Pusa's daughter,who has puppies of her own. Yesterday, she lactated them for the first time, just like her mother did a few hours before. The puppies didn't feel the absence of their mother anymore, they cuddled to Raisa's breasts.

The call of the blood-this is how we call Raisa's behaviour. Pusa would be very proud of you ,Raisa!!! Pusa was an extrordinary female, huge in size and with a heart of a lioness. She never accepted domination, not even from Arkan-her brother. When she was only 5 weeks old I had her in my apartment and weighed her with my son's  scale. He was only 1 year old, just learning how to walk, and they played together, her bigest distraction was to pull his slippers. She became very fast an Alpha female when she was happy she never wagged her tail she had her own serious way of showing her affection. She would stick her head to my leg, waiting to be caressed.

Very protective with her family she was ruthless with strangers also very impressive by her big size. Since Easter day she started to feel very bad. We went to see her overnight and she looked relatively stable but exhausted. We decided to go to the doctor in the morning.
I got back to her 3 hours later and her situation gotten worse, she had trouble breathing, but was still self-consciousness. There was no time for doctor anymore, she was feeling too bad. I put my hand on her heart, feeling it beating. She had an irregular pulse it was beating really fast and then just started to slow down and fade. As she was lying low, she just stoped breathing.
Her heart beaten a few more times,and stoped. Pusa, my girl....was gone!!!

Alone there with her,i learned one more life lesson. In a world that lives on fast forward and nothing and no one awaits for you anymore, my girl Pusa, waited for me to die.....

Pusa, I will allways love you!

Ursu (Tornado Fangs Bell): 1999-2009.


May 19th 2009, 5 P.M. - URSU's heart stopped beating. In only 5 more days, on may 24th, he would have been 10 years old. We never got to tell him "Happy Birthday", instead we had to say "good bye". He passed away, beeing too heartily, an incredible dog (I find it so weird calling him "a dog"), a true friend, an accomplished caucasian shepherd, truly beautiful, wild, protective, dignified, wise, kind and the epithets can go on endlessly.

We cry for him every single day. He went fast, without deranging anyone, without asking for help, majestic and proud, as he was in life. And thru the way he died, he gave us one last lesson, he simply laid down, and never got up again. We learned so much from you, URSU, justness, honesty, the power to win. Thank you for beeing a part of our lives and we are very happy that we had you as a part of our family.

He was the only survivor from his litter, all his brothers and sisters died at the age of 6-8 weeks. He was allways a winner, a perfect sentinel, but he never bitten anyone, he was very protective with puppies, tender-hearted with the females, attentive with us, "his family", he only growled or barked at strangers and this way discouraged them. His voice tone bounced against your chest and froze your heart. He was a real force of nature, a giant, literally and figuratively. He was free thinking, never accepted or had a master. He considered us his partners, his friends.

At first we didn't understand him, however in time, we realized that he knew instinctively what and when he is supposed to do something. He never let us down. As years go by, we loved and respect him more and more. He played an enormous part in our lives and now leaves a huge gap in our hearts. All his progenitures resemble him, they inherited his character and nature. URSU was an extraordinary sire, handing down all his descendants a lot of his good genes.

Now we are very sad without him, but we are convinced he is in Animals Heaven, because he had done nothing wrong and he was very kind and pure. URSU was more then just a dog, he was one in a thousand.

We miss you, URSU, you will allways have a special place in our hearts, we keep looking at "your place", and we can't believe you're gone. We dream about you, caress you, and talk to you in our dreams. We love you, and we promise never to forget you!!!

Just this side of heaven is a place called Rainbow Bridge.

When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge.
There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends so they can run and play together.
There is plenty of food, water and sunshine, and our friends are warm and comfortable.

All the animals who had been ill and old are restored to health and vigor; those who were hurt or maimed are made whole and strong again, just as we remember them in our dreams of days and times gone by.
The animals are happy and content, except for one small thing; they each miss someone very special to them, who had to be left behind.

They all run and play together, but the day comes when one suddenly stops and looks into the distance. His bright eyes are intent; His eager body quivers. Suddenly he begins to run from the group, flying over the green grass, his legs carrying him faster and faster.

You have been spotted, and when you and your special friend finally meet, you cling together in joyous reunion, never to be parted again. The happy kisses rain upon your face; your hands again caress the beloved head, and you look once more into the trusting eyes of your pet, so long gone from your life but never absent from your heart.

Then you cross Rainbow Bridge together....

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