Precious Manker

Today we said goodbye to you, Precious. This was totally tragic and unexpected. You were wagging your tail and minutes later you were gone. You had not been sick for more than 3 days and we thought you were getting better. You came to us only 2 years ago this month along with your sister, Priscilla. Sadly your lungs seemed to fill will fluid and you went into cardiac arrest at the ER. They got you breathing but we went in to see you and knew that it was time for you to journey to the Rainbow Bridge. Your little face was tired and we knew you would most likely not make it through the night. We wanted to be with you at the end so we made the very difficult decision to let you go quickly and without pain. You were kind and funny and happy. When you came here you were very shy and soon you became so much at ease and outgoing. It was beautiful to see you bloom and grow in your new forever home. Your first Mommy died and she was my friend and I had promised her I would take both of you girls. You fit in well with the other dogs in our home and you were so happy and joyful. You had started to play and become much younger than your 10 years. I have no idea why this had to happen to you without hardly any warning. One thing I can tell you for sure is that your Daddy and I loved so SO much. You were our little baby and we were so happy to have you in our home. I know in the future we will meet again and this time it will be forever. Fly with the Angels little Precious and with Vera and Eli. You know that we will always love you and keep you tucked away very closely in our hearts. Sometimes life isn’t fair and for you it was not. You had some sad days before you came here and had finally found a home of comfort and joy and security. We will never forget you Precious. You will always be a part of our lives. Know that your little face will be with us always and we love you! When we look in the sky we know there will be a very bright star shining there and we will know it is you Precious.

Remember Precious, love never dies and you will always be loved.
November 10, 2019
John and Vicki Manker