Dog: Bailey (Yorkshire Terrier) – Montreal, Canada

Dog: Bailey (Yorkshire Terrier)

Dog: Bailey (Yorkshire Terrier) – Montreal, Canada (Apr 6, 2009 – Jul 1, 2020)

In loving memory of my beautiful & precious dog “Bailey”

Bailey came into our lives when he was 5 weeks old. We wanted a female Yorkie Terrier; the breeder had told us on phone that he had a female and a male puppy. But when got there with disappointment he had made a mistake and they were two males.

It was love at first sight, we loved Bailey from the first moment we saw him. Looking into that little face with gorgeous puppy eyes, all I could say was “Oh My God look how cute this one is.”

Along with his cuteness came a beautiful personality with his sophisticated poses, an affectionate love and heart melting eyes. He was a great loving companion to me Bailey. Bailey was for me my baby, my pride and joy, and a precious family member.

He was for me Mr B. He was the best thing that ever happened to me; we had a wonderful 11 years and 2 months together. His loyal and devoted companionship became a significant and constant part of my life. Bailey and I had each other this past year and a half.

My parents, Samara, Twinkle Bell have passed away. My dear daughter Marie-Ashley is married and lives in Italy. The bond we had created was unbelievable and unbreakable. When now I come home I will not hear Bailey’s bark from the door to help me put a smile on my face.

He will no longer be able to lift off my moral and not be able to see his waggling tale to welcome me and his continuous kisses we gave each other. Each day with you Bailey was a celebration. Even if he knew only to bark there was no need for words to show how much we loved each other.

He could sense when something was bothering me and cuddle up beside me to give me comfort there will be no more of that. The way he used to cuddle beside me was all the love I ever need.

Bailey was able to make my home more comforting, he made me forget my sadness, my darkest day, and he was able to bring me light back into my life. Thank-you Bailey for filling these past years my empty heart with your endless love.

I could never imagine of loving you as much a parent loves his child. I had promised myself that I would have done everything to let you live your life to the fullest.

When you were diagnosis with Cushing’s disease last April, there was not a moment that I hesitated to purchase the only pill available to cure this disease Vetoryl which is an intensive and costly medication for the rest of your life.

People put their pet’s down because it’s too costly, but this was not an issue for me, I would have paid millions of dollars for you Bailey, which I did , to have you in my life a little longer and provide you with good quality life, which these pills were doing .

But waiting for the second box of Vetoryl to arrive from the Vet took longer than expected and you had no medication for almost 2 weeks which caused you to have a convolution in which resulted for your life to end on July 1st at 3:33 am.

I was there next to you and Marie-Ashley with whatsup to see you take your last breath, but before that, you lifted your head and looked at me to say your last farewell.

It was devastating, traumatic and at the same time brought us relief and comfort in seeing you pass peacefully without pain, surrounded with the two most important people in your life that loved you so dearly.

Bailey losing you has put great pain in our hearts, we will always remember the time 3:33am when your little soul went to heaven to a place called Rainbow Bridge.

You will be happy playing and running with the rest of the animals there, but remember one small thing you are greatly missed from those you had to leave behind.

They say that memories are golden. We will cherish your memories forever. In life, we loved you dearly. In death, you love you forever.

There is not a day that passes and you are not in our minds, looking at all those photo shoots, your favorite toy, your endless outfits. These memories are our gift for us, that will last forever.

Remember “Bailey” that in our hearts, you will hold a special place that no one could ever fill. We love you and miss you like crazy Bailey.

P.S. Until one has not loved an animal, a part of their soul has remained awakened. Only a pet lover and owner may understand our grief, intense pain and it’s not silly, crzy, or overly sentimental to grieve!

Thank you Bailey for all your unconditional love. I could imagine a world without you. With love always … Mommy Antoinette and Marie-Ashley.

1 Comment

  1. Un chien est un compagnion précieux ,un ami pour la vie, qui vous aime sans condition. Bailey a eu tant d’amour et en a tant donné. Il a eu une belle vie avec vous. Repose en paix au paradis des chiens Bailey.
    Mes sympathies Antonietta et Ashley

    A dog is a precious companion, a friend for life, who loves you unconditionally. Bailey has had so much love and given so much. He had a good life with you. Rest in peace in Bailey dog ​​paradise.
    My sympathies Antonietta and Ashley

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