Beloved Lacey Has Crossed Rainbow Bridge

5/8/2008 – 5/28/2020

This is Lacey. Our friend Doc’s buddy.

Doc Says- Since it was just three of us for twelve years all I can say is now that she’s gone after a two year battle with cancer, I’m now advanced to second in command of this household. ”  

God bless her family in this time of sadness.
Lacey is free.

55 Comments on Beloved Lacey Has Crossed Rainbow Bridge

  1. I’m sorry for your loss. Just know, you’ll never forget her. And even years later, it’s no big deal if you are alone, thinking about her, and it gets a little dusty.

  2. Nothing to say to lessen the pain. Just hoping you know you’re not alone while going through it. So truly sorry for your loss.

  3. The first time I have seen a beautiful dalmatian…here at iOTW.

    What a mushy face. RIP furry one.

  4. …God bless you, Doc. We lost our beloved boxer, Archie, to a cancer in one of his forepaws a couple of years ago, and having to say goodbye to that sweet, precious good boy was powerful awful on all of us, but having him linger on in pain and sickness would have been worse. I’m sure Lacey and Archie will become best friends as they play happily at the Lord’s feet, and her welcome for you when you make the journey will make the angels smile indeed.

    God blesses us with these sweet lives as a token of His love, but also as a reminder that nothing on Earth is forever. I have grieved for my companions but even at such times, I thank God that he shared them with me at all.

    In sympathy for your loss, but in praise of Him that you were blessed with your time with her, I pray your pain passes quickly to find remembrance and that you find peace that Lacey no longer suffers.

    God Bless,

  5. God speed Doc.

    Iv”put down” many dogs. The last one was as painful as the first!
    I think my dog will outlive me. God bless you and god bless Angus!

  6. Sorry to hear about your four legged friend, pet’s always hold a special place in our hearts. 🐕

  7. Time will soften the pain some. Many of us have gone down the same road as you, so your not really alone in this.

  8. There is nothing worse than losing a pet/pal.
    I miss all my buddies. It’s just awful.
    My heart goes out to you, Doc.

  9. This is the hardest part of loving our critters. The memories will soon soothe, but now you can just grieve, Doc. We stand beside you in mourning such a beautiful pup’s passing.

  10. Such a beautiful dog, Doc. And her nose is a almost heart-shaped. I’m sure she gave you lots of love, all the time—and received lots back.

  11. So privileged to have met Lacey twice. So sorry, Doc, for your great loss. She was sweet and beautiful.

  12. Been there and I feel for you. We talk about our beloved chocolate lab Max all the time. Especially to the latest cur who hubby likes to refer to (lovingly) as an a–hole. They become such a part of lives and that’s a good thing. Just remember and smile.

  13. MJA…and excellent traveling companion? We had to change motorhomes three time in five years until she found one she liked riding in! She really liked the last one especially when we were stuck in stop and go traffic on the freeway and she got to visit with people in other vehicles!

  14. RIP. I bet there’s a warm bed and and some pals from a firetruck in heaven for you.

  15. Sorry for your loss, Doc. Dogs provide such a unique, special, and precious form of friendship.

  16. I humbly suggest you get another dog soon, this next dog will not replace the one you lost, but will help to fill the void in our heart, Do not get a poppy, paper training and the rest is a pain. Get a dog three or four years old so training will be minimal.

    Bless you both.

  17. As I told Doc after he posted it on Facebook, we all loved Lacey together. Such a beautiful girl, and obviously dearly loved. Thank you for sharing her with us.

  18. I’m sorry to hear this Doc. We just recently lost one of our dogs. I thought i knew how hard it would be on me, but i was so wrong. My heart aches for you bud. It isn’t much, but it does ease as the days go by. I find myself smiling more than not when i think about him now. It hurts. But the pain changes more into how lucky you were to have them.

  19. Auggie Doggie says someday she’ll get to say Hello and sniff butts in Doggie Heaven

  20. So sorry to read that. She looks like a wonderful and friendly dog.

    You’ll see her again, someday, but not too soon.

  21. So sorry for your loss. I had to have my Ana put down two days ago. It hurts but she was hurting worse. Cancer is a bitch, it took my first wife and my last dog.

  22. They are family as much as, and sometimes more than, any human. That’s why it hurts so much and leaves such a void. So sorry you lost her.

  23. Aw, what a sweetie. 😢 Sending you and yours a hug or two or three across the internets at this sad time. ❤️

  24. I am going to tell you a story about a beloved animal.
    A cat. What? A cat????

    I love my dogs.

    But Beans was a hell of cat.

    We have a 13 acre lake in the backyard. Wife and I paddled the Jon boat for afternoon bass fishing and we heard MEOW MEOW MEOW. It was Beans dangling from a bush overhanging the lake. He spent the afternoon fishing with us on the boat.

    Then there was the time when a deer walked into the yard and Beans watched her as she munched on the blackberries and then they touched noses.

    What a wonderful moment.

    My dumbass dog, who I love very much, would be incapable of such restraint.

    Every animal is a gift.

    Sorrily, my only dog, knows only one trick.
    If I say….OBAMA….he tears around the house barking his fool head off.

  25. Our town fire chief used to live around the corner from us and every so often he’d drive by while we were out front and he’d say…”You know she should be riding with me!” And I’d always say “Nope, she still holding out for the BUDWEISER WAGON!”

  26. I’m sorry for your loss,Doc. What a beautiful dog! Yes, the Rainbow Bridge. I too hope to see my departed pets once again.

  27. Dear God. Please help me understand why I want to sin no more just to make sure I get into heaven to see lost pets again. Now. Why are family, friends, loved ones not on the same level as my pets? Asking for a friend.

  28. I’m quite sure your dear Lacey will miss you as much as
    you miss her. Such a sad loss, I’m so sorry for you.

  29. My family had 2 of those
    Smokey & Sparky.Whacky friendly
    dogs with a BUCKET of personality!


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