Wyatt Sinclair

Wyatt, you came to me a broken dog who had been hit by a car and left to die on the side of the road.  Apparently, you laid there for 2 days before someone called the City.  Lucky for me, Gail was at the shelter when they brought this beautiful young dog, who was barely hanging on to life, into the shelter.  Gail rushed you back to the emergency clinic in Dallas, this was a Saturday evening, you were rushed to surgery to repair the bone that was hanging out of your leg and clean up your hip which was laid open.  Gail called me and asked if I could provide your care and get you back on your feet as I always take in the dogs who need rehab so they can be adopted.  In the course of a year of hydro therapy, iv antibiotics, carrying you out to go to the bathroom, and eventually getting you back on your feet to walk again, we developed a bond that to this day is unbreakable and needless to say, I adopted you.  You had the purest soul.  All animals and people loved you.  I, most of all, loved you and still love you.  You were always by my side, you knew what I was going to do before I did it.  I have loved all of my animals that I have been lucky enough to be graced with but you Wyatt, were something very special.  I miss you so much.  It hurts every day and I still cry every day.  You have a lot of friends in Heaven and I know they were so happy to see you and I know you are happy and well but I still miss you and I cannot wait to hug you again.  I have to be a good person so I will be worthy of seeing you again.  All my love my sweet boy.  Mom

Peggy Sinclair