The Rainbow Bridge
A Page of Dedications
Pug's Name: Lucky Rascal Adams
A note from Lucky's parents: I got this white furred pug for a Christmas in 2003. I was so happy! My three kids were also happy not just for me, but to have a other dog in the house! I looked into the dog's brown and said "Welcome to your forever... Lucky!" She turned circles and barked. I named her Lucky because... well... I have always wanted to have a dog named... Lucky! My oldest, Lucy,(5 years old) said " she looks like a Rascal! Not a Lucky!" So that's how Lucky got her name Lucky Rascal Adams. (Adams is our last name of course)
I skip work the next day to be with Lucky and my three kids. My 3 year old, Mary and her twin, Kate love the park. So, We all got in the car and went to the park. Lucky was with us also! There is a dog park there too. ( Lucky went there) She made friends all over!! I said to Lucy " Lucky is going to change our life!" We went home and Lucky was not tried AT ALL! Well, we had other dog in house, Bailey, who was old at the time and did not want to deal with "this thing" in the house.
I have always brought Bailey to work with me everyday. Well, when I went to work, I brought Bailey and Lucky stayed at home with the girls and their babysitter (grandma)
When the new year started, Lucy had to go back to school. The girls really really wanted to go to work with me, so, they did. My husband, Matt took Lucy to school. Then he went to work. I picked up Lucy and went back to work. Bailey and Lucky Rascal were all there.
For years Lucky has been to time of our life! Till that day, Lucky got sick. Bailey had already gone. I took Lucky to the vet. I went home to my kids and Matt. I told them the Lucky has to be put down. The next day I went back and Lucky was but down on 09/18/2017. My three kids had friends over and made a funeral for the dog.
Lucky, Lucky was in our life. Yes it did change us. It changed everyone!
- Matt and Anne Adams, Lexinton, KY
Milo, 4/1/2004 to 9/24/2017
Owner's Name: Matthew and Joise Lewis, Lexington KY
A note from Milo's parents: When I looked at those beautiful eyes, I knew that this was more than just a dog. The eyes where green, but, looked at me with gratefulness. (And I loved the white fur) I was at the pound that day and I said " I want this pug." Paid for him and we went off to home.
My family ( 3 year old girl, 4 year old boy and a husband with 2 cats and 1 other dog) and I had just moved in our new house in LA. I was very happy for it. We were in a nice part of town and a nice house. For the animals and children had lots of room to play! Went this pug came home, my 4 year old said " lets name it Cookie!!" So, at the island in the kitchen, we came up with an idea. Milo. Milo is a great name I thought.
That night I think that poor pug forgot about his harsh past. He was only 4 years of age when we got him. All the years Milo had lived with us, where the best times of our lives. We moved to Lexington, KY 2 mouths after Milo's death. We where all very sad about him leaving us, but, I could not see Milo live in pain, so, I made that choice.
I am hoping to get a new pug from bluegrass pug rescue!
- in loving care of Milo, who has had the time of his life.
Miss you Milo!
Rascal, Born 4/28/2001, Rainbow bridge 5/1/2017
I remember when I first saw Rascal. The blue eyes, the white fur, Rascal grew up to be like his name, Rascal. He was born in Louisville, KY. But, when he was 15, (4 days before his birthday) we moved to New York. But, I could see the age getting to him, he start to feel sick, I could tell. It was April 30, 2017, that I took him to the vet. The vet said " I am very sorry to say this but, I think Rascal needs to be put down." I got in the car with Rascal and when right home. I opened the door and there, in the living room where my two children and husband. I was crying. I told them that we must put Rascal down. My daughter, Mary age 9 started to crying, she ran upstairs and hid, she did not come out to eat dinner. My husband, Alex and I went up to the vet after taking the children to school. I kissed Rascal and cried. Alex did the same. But, something came to me, I took Rascal out of the doctors arms and ran to the car. Alex got in and before he knew it was off. I picked up the kids from school, and we all went back to the vet. When we got there I gave Rascal a shake and kiss, everyone else did the same. Mary and Ella cried. I cried, Alex cried. I got a new dog, just for Mary and Ella, and so my other dog could have a friend. Mary and Ella named the dog Rascal Jr. because the pug looked just like Rascal The First. I knew life would not be the same, but I get over it sometimes. In my heart, I still miss Rascal.
In memory of our faithful, loving dog, Rascal.
- Katy Yarberry, New York city, New York
Stella- Rainbow bridge 11/27/2017
A note from Stella's forever mom:
Stella was found on the side of a road and dropped off with our vet. Those eyes melted my husband's heart and he brought her home. Unfortunately for him she bonded to me more and followed me everywhere, Her favorite place was on the couch, her favorite activity was eating. She developed mast cell cancer and it got bad fast. We couldn't let her suffer for our benefit so now she is gone. Pugs are the best little buddies ever! MIss you dear Stella!
Scoobie- Rainbow bridge: 9/10/2017
A note from Scoobie's foster/forever mom:
BPR family - thank you so much for all your love and support for Scoobie. For the last 4 months, I was privileged to be Scoobie's foster/forever mom. She brought so much joy to our family and our love for her had no boundaries. She was such a special girl and fought so hard! While her body gave out here on earth, it gives me peace knowing she's now strong, able to run and is without pain. Thanks again to all of you for loving and supporting her through her journey. -Judy
Charlee Baxter- Born: 7/27/2010, Rainbow bridge: 8/5/2017
"Charlee Baxter was the energy of our household. He was loved so much and we are broken without him. Heaven gained a true angel and we will never ever forget him."
Jason and Julie Bowers, Columbus, OH
Sniffys- DOB: 5/10/2010, Rainbow bridge: 6/10/2017
He was a lover and loved by all whom came in contact with him.
Angie Duncan, Andersonville, Tennessee
Lily Bug - Born: Dec. 31, 2010 Rainbow Bridge: April 29, 2017
Lily Bug came to our family at the age of 2. She had a wonderful previous owner, Michelle, whom we had continued contact with throughout Lily’s short life. We lost her so sudden and unexpectedly, of an unknown cause, at only 6 years old. She had passed in the night peacefully in bed with our son. She was our very first pug and was such a fun, playful, stubborn, and feisty little thing. There are so many things that we will miss about her…the way she did “crazy dog” after her baths and would chase her tail into complete dizziness. She LOVED her toys and would get EVERY single one out of the toy box every day. She especially loved her alligator, Mr. Moo, and hot dog toys. She always played watch dog and barked at EVERY single thing that walked by our house. Whenever we would return home from being gone she would get so excited and would howl….the kids would really get her going on that one! She loved to lick the dishes clean while I was loading the dishwasher. Taking her to the vet or to get her nails trimmed was always quite the challenge! She often followed me wherever I went, even to the bathroom! I’ll miss the softness of her fur and her velvety ears. She had the most pet-able head, and her tail was tight like a cinnamon bun. We loved how she would get so excited for Christmas and Easter mornings, just like our kids. Lily always got presents too! She was so fun to watch running in “figure eights” at top speed out in our yard. Lily was such a huge part of our family and was included in family photos. Although we lost her way too soon, we are deeply thankful for the short time we had with her. She will hold a special place in all of our hearts and we will be reminiscing about her often. Our special memories will carry us forward until we meet again, sweet Lily Bug.
The White Family, New Albany, IN
Wilson Phillip Sexton Born6/28/2003 - Rainbow Bridge2/8/2017
We would like to dedicate this memorial in honor of Wilson for our good friends Angie and Jaimie. Love, Tiph and Lisa
Angie Sexton, Jeffersonville, IN
Harley - Born 2/28/2006 - Rainbow Bridge 12/9/2016
Harley was a wonderful furbaby. He was funny, sweet & lovable, truly one of a kind Pug. We will dearly miss him every day, he will always be in our hearts. Until I see you again Harley,R.I.P.
Stacey Cook, Waukesha, WI
Bailey - Rainbow Bridge November 29, 2016
Lizzie - Born: 4/15/2004 - Rainbow Bridge: 9/8/2016
Lizzie was such a loving, fun, silly pug. she was loved by everyone around her and is my best friend. She will forever be in my heart
Jordan Mahoney, Shelbyville KY
Dexter - Rainbow Bridge August 24, 2016
Lucy Arnold - Born:6/10/2005 - Rainbow Bridge:5/3/1016
Lucy was my best friend.
Sheila Arnold, Owensboro, KY
Groucho - Rainbow Bridge May 2016
Petunia - Rainbow Bridge: 1/13/16
Petunia was the light of our life. She was the reason we rushed home after work, and the keeper of our hearts. We lost her to cancer after only 9 short years. Not a day goes by that we don't speak of her. Some people say that animals don't have souls. One day with Petunia would change their minds. My sweet girl wouldn't leave my side when I was sick. When I had a tough day she was there trying to cheer me up with cuddles and kisses. Petunia was pure love, and she is dearly missed.
Blenna LaRue, Louisville KY
Kirby - Rainbow Bridge, December 2015
Snuggles - Rainbow Bridge, November 2015
Wednesday - Rainbow Bridge, October 2015 (#56)
11/28/2005 - 8/10/2015
I miss your sweet "I love yooues" that you would howl!
We all miss you Maxie Boy.
Teri Van Pelt - Berea, Ky
Malady - Rainbow Bridge, July 2015 (#67)
10-2008 - 5-2015
Our beautiful baby left us unexpectedly after seven short years. We are devastated. Maya was the center of our lives. She was a best friend, playmate, a confidant, snuggling buddy and fur sister to her BFF Boston Terrier Bella. She made every day better, listened to all our problems and made us laugh at her quirky antics. We cherished her every snort, snore, rabbit hop, and attempt to eat bubbles and rain. Maya can never be replaced and will always and forever be the Pug that changed our lives for the better. She left broken hearts behind as she crossed the Rainbow Bridge but we thank god for every moment we were blessed to be her family. In a perfect world we will be with her again one day. We will love her forever.
Amanda and Mark Lasson, Beavercreek, OH
Pork Chop - Rainbow Bridge, May 2015 (#45)
Pugsley - Rainbow Bridge, January 2015
Noel - Rainbow Bridge December 2014 (#22)
05-1999 - 05-2014
Jax was a great pug he was also mastiff . .we love him .
Jessica Ward - Key West, Florida
6/22/1999 - 7/22/14
My Chloe was everything to me. I was never able to have children. God, knew my heart and desire
to be a mom, so gave me Chloe. She gave me 15 too short, beautiful years of PURE love and joy.
If love, could have kept her here she would have stayed with me forever...... You are forever loved and
missed my precious baby, Momma.
Lori Foster, Las Vegas, Nevada
8/15/1999 - 5/18/15
Coconut was a black Pug/Dalmation mix. She is greatly missed.
Jessica Parker, Miami Florida
2008 - 3/26/2015
Daisy Mae, my most beloved best friend, born August 20, 2007 and left this world unexpectedly at 7 years of age on March 26, 2015. Daisy girl, I will forever cherish the happy memories we made together. Thank you for your unconditional love and for allowing me the privilege of loving and caring for you. I wish we had been able to have more time together but I am grateful for the time we had. I no longer rush home from work each day just to see you and sometimes, I forget that you're really gone. But, you still make me smile and warm my heart when I think of you. I love you my girl, my Baby Dee-Dee.
Cindy Kline - Murfreesboro, TN
11/23/2000 - 3/25/2015
I just miss him so much. He was funny, courageous, always hungry and the love of my life.
Paige Hessel - Louisville, KY
Piglet was my Angel, she knew me just as well as I knew her. We had a very special bond, we spent every minute together when I was home. We snuggled every night, and Piglet knew when I went to work, mom would be back soon. Piglet passed from an unknown illness, and it has broken my heart. She was so loyal, protective and loving. She would watch TV with me and play with me all the time, she kept me company and never left my side. At times she even went to work with me, and she loved it. She was so smart and knew exactly what I needed and I knew what she needed. She will forever be missed. I have a hole in my heart now and pray she doesn't feel like I left her at the Vet. I was on my way to pick her up so she could be home with mom, her favorite place to be when she didn't feel well, when I received the call that she had passed. I wish I would have taken her home the night before when I was visiting her and she gave me that look like mom, please don't leave me here. Piggy, I love you so much and miss you more than I could have ever imagined. RIP Piggy
Laura Cushing - Louisville, Kentucky
Sam was the light of my life,and left a hole in my heart that will never heal..he was my first pug,and he is what lead me to pug rescue..he is why i do what i do.that little guy had so much love to give,I knew if he could love like he did,then there was more out there that could as well..he showed me how to love..
Salt Lick, Kentucky
Izzy was the life of the party and the head of the household! Izzy was adopted only two short years ago and passed suddenly due to an unknown illness. She was such a good girl and we loved each other so much. Izzy will be missed but remembered always in our hearts.
Emily and Justin Wolfe
10/2002 - 8/28/14
Brianne was the most adorable Pug. She had her own little routine. In the morning she would sit with her papa (Tom) in his recliner while he had his coffee, but at night she was my little angel. She would sit with me to watch football just like she knew what the game was all about. She left paw prints on our hearts, and will never be forgotten
Tom and Mary Spurgin