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Walt Disney

Hal Spencer

March 1, 2018

Most of you are already aware that my sweet husband Hal Spencer passed away last Thursday, March 1st. He lost an almost one year battle with cancer and I still cannot find the words to write about how much I love him. It is heartbreaking to see our pups and cat grieving for him not being here - especially his best buddy, Digs, who sits at the dog gate every afternoon around 5 PM waiting for him to come through that front door.

We are all mourning the loss of our dear friend, Hal Spencer. Hal loved his Dachshunds. He and his wife, Deborah, have been involved with DREAM Dachshund Rescue since its inception. He will be greatly missed by all of his DREAM family. Our hearts go out to Deborah for the loss of her sweet husband and best friend. Please visit Hal's GoFundMe page to make a donation in Hal's memory.

Emma Powell

Adopted July 15, 2005
Rainbow Bridge February 7, 2018

Our dear Emma was euthanized today. She had been doing so well despite kidney failure, but began suffering from congestive heart failure this week. It all happened so quickly. We're in shock as well as heartbroken.

Our hearts go out to Robin and Ted for the loss of their precious little Emma.

Copper Bingle

Rescued 1998
Rainbow Bridge February 2, 2018

It's literally the end of an era. Just shy of two decades, this little 9-pound Chiweenie ruled my house. Run free crazy Copper.

DREAM extends our deepest sympathy to Shelly for the loss of her "Forever Foster", Copper.


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