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Harley Spring

Adopted June 24, 2006
Rainbow Bridge March 10, 2019

Harley, adopted from Dachshund Rescue of Houston in 2006 by our good friend and fellow rescuer, Judy Spring, was recently diagnosed with a brain tumor. Judy did everything she could for her sweet boy, but finally had to make the heartbreaking decision to let him go.

DREAM extends our deepest sympathy to Judy and Raymond for the loss of their precious boy.



















Odie Brown Viator

Rainbow Bridge March 6, 2019

Odie was a foster volunteer brother. He was always so good with his little fosters. He never met a stranger. Although very vocal, he never hurt a fly. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer on October 17, 2018. He still didn't let it bring him down. He fought until the very end when he was just too tired to continue on. On March 6, 2019 we had to make the difficult decision to help him cross over the rainbow bridge. Not a day goes by that we don't suffer the loss of his bright light and kind heart. Odie was special and one of a kind. He was such a good daddy to Bella and all his foster siblings that came and went. Rest in total peace little buddy as you certainly deserve it for all the good you've brought to this world. We love you.

Lance, Karen & Bella Blue Viator
Everyone misses you dearly.

Our hearts go out to Lance and Karen for the loss of their sweet, special boy.





















Gigi Costa

Adopted June 29, 2010
Rainbow Bridge February 28, 2019

Sweet little Gigi, adopted from Dachshund Rescue of Houston in 2010, was recently diagnosed with cancer. Her mom did everything possible to save her, but when it became obvious she was suffering, she made the difficult decision to help Gigi over Rainbow Bridge. Fly free, little Angel. We love you.

Our hearts go out to Gina for the loss of her precious little girl.





























"Shoeless" Rea McCloskey

Rainbow Bridge February 21, 2019

We lost Shoeless Joe today. He was so elderly, his little eyes were milky and his hip bones protruded, he had no hair, but we thought he was lovely. Last night, his breathing got heavier and labored, and he would "yowp" and cry whenever we put him down, so Tim spent the first half of the night holding him while I slept, and then from 3:00 am on, I held him while Tim slept. Tim took him to the vet this morning and by then, little Shoe was drooping and not even holding up his head. Nothing was wrong with him, he just died of old age. Tim is inconsolable. I keep reminding myself that the last two and half years of his life were good for him bcause he was so loved. But it isn't doing much to ease the grief.

Our hearts go out to Tim and Pam for the loss of their sweet foster, Shoeless. Rest in Peace, little guy.























Loki Hinnant

Rainbow Bridge February 16, 2019

The things you do by routine everyday and don't even think about it. I got up to feed Loki and remembered he's gone. I did this yesterday a few times when I was in the back yard. I would go to his spot on the fence and then I would see his grave and it reminded me. Habits are just natural, and even though I know he's gone, I catch myself looking for him in his hiding spots as I walk the back yard. I found the perfect angel cat for Loki's favorite spot on the fence. RIP my beloved Loki. I don't know what happened and didn't see any signs of you being sick. Too young to die my boy.

DREAM extends our deepest sympathy to Rebecca and Steven for the loss of their precious Loki.























Rhonda and Richey Perry

Adopted September 15, 2006
Rainbow Bridge January 25, 2019

We began fostering for DRoH in 2006 and that's when we got Rhonda and Richey as a bonded pair. They had been used for breeding and breeding only. They were full of heart worms and almost didn't survive. Thus, my first foster failures. We called her Ronnie most of time but Rhonda Rose was her name. We called Richey, King Richard most of the time. Bless their hearts they were my testers. I learned about the stubbornness especially when it came to house breaking. I learned about losing fingers when passing out treats too. Most everything I needed to learn about Dachshunds came from them. All the attention seeking, mouth kisses, squatting in front of you in house to potty all the while looking at you like "What?". I certainly learned how much they likes to eat. I can tell you this, every puddle of pee, every pile of poo, every dollar spent was worth being Rhonda and Richeys family. Even if Richey never liked Caleb?? we never knew why either. Thank you God for picking me. Time marches on too fast and they just don't live as long as people but every tear and my aching heart was worth their unconditional love. Rhonda, Richey go find Chip, Chili and Bitsy and tell them what's going on at home and who all the newbies are. Y'all are forever in my heart. Love you from your head to your tails.

Mommy

Our hearts go out to Robin and Marty for the loss of their sweet Rhonda and Richey.











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