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1988 2000 champion coated soft terrier wheaten



There is a bridge connecting Heaven and Earth. It is
called the Rainbow Bridge because of its many colors.
Just this side of the Rainbow Bridge there is a land of
meadows, hills and valleys with lush green grass.

When a beloved pet dies, the pet goes to this place. There
is always food and water and warm spring weather. The
old and frail animals are young again. Those who are
maimed are made whole again. They play all day with
each other.

There is only one thing missing. They are not with their
special person who loved them on earth. So each day they
run and play until the day comes when one suddenly
stops playing and looks up! The nose twitches! The ears
are up! The eyes are staring! And this one suddenly runs
from the group!

You have been seen, and when you and your special
friend meet, you take him or her in your arms and
embrace. Your face is kissed again and again and you
look once more into the eyes of your trusting pet.

Then you cross the Rainbow Bridge together, never again
to be seperated.

DUCHESS
November 6th, 1985 - January 22, 2000
Beloved pet of Bob & Ardith Eamer
Kirkland Que, Canada

"I have sent you on a journey to a land free of pain, not because
I did not love you, but because I loved you too much to force
you to stay"

Much loved by Audrey Plowes, Brisbane, Australia

Lisa was a very special friend, and everybody loved her because of her beautiful, caring nature and
bright personality. She always seemed to know people's needs, and many times reached out to a
grieving person. She also cared for me in my disability, and even called neighbors when I needed
help.

I shall always miss you, my lovely Lisa and there is a place in my heart that is forever yours. Thank
you my sweetie, for so many wonderful years. - Your ever loving Audrey

Australian Champion
Rellimalodge Analisa
May 7, 1989 - June 13, 1999

Rosey
(Windyflats Rose Dohmit)
December 16, 1998 - December 30, 2000
Rosey was a joy and a clown, whose greatest happiness was hearing human laughter. She crammed
a lifetime into her two short years and brought a smile to the face of everyone she met. Forever loved
and missed by Brenda Hoddinott and family of Nova Scotia, Canada.

Amanda's Bonnie Merishka
March 5, 1988 - February 20, 2001
Merishka was one of the sweetest, smartest, dogs I have ever had the pleasure of knowing.
She came into our lives at the tender age of 6 weeks after her mother passed and we
bonded quickly. She was the first dog I owned as an adult and my daughter's first dog. She
was extremely intelligent and learned anything you wanted to teach her immediately and
she never forgot a thing that was taught to her. The nearly 13 years we spent together was
not nearly enough but we will remember her with much love. She is now young again, all
the old age pains gone, her hearing and eyesight restored. Be happy Merishka until we
see you again and know that your were much loved by both Wendy and Amanda!

O'Wheaton's Katie Scarlet
June 12, 1994 - April 5, 2001
Katie was my first Wheaten. As a matter of fact, I had never even seen a Wheaten in person
until she came out of her crate at the airport. She was 6 months old at the time and she was
my first rescue. Without Katie our Wheaten list and S'Wheat Rescues would have never came
to be. Katie was a very shy, sweet dog who only wanted you to love her. She loved to lie
beside me in bed at night and she would roll over and get her belly rubs. During the night I
would feel her cold little nose pushing itself under my hand asking for a little more attention.
Katie is the reason I fell in love with the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier breed and her legacy
will live on in the work I do and all the other Wheatens who may come into my life after her.
The short 7 years that we had with our sweet Katie was not nearly enough but we will cherish
our memories of her forever. I am sure she and Merishka are having a great time at the
bridge waiting for us to come can claim them. You were much loved Katie, and will forever be
sorely missed!

Carla
July 26, 1985 - January 3, 2002

Beloved by Audrey
and the Brisbane Gang

Cala was my first Wheaten, and I used to
call her my "Little Angel" because she was
so good, so sweet and so loving. I shall
miss her greatly but a very long and happy
life, and she taught me, and gave me so
very much.

Rest in peace and joy, my little angel, my
sweet Carla.

Do dogs grow wings the day they
die
I'll guess we never know
Will they be angels in the sky
Or stars that brightly glow

It doesn't matter what they are
God gives them all what's best
A place to play among the stars
A final place to rest

Written by Edith Bovers in honor of Carla

O'Wheaton's Katie Scarlet
June 12, 1994 - April 5, 2001
Katie was my first Wheaten. As a matter of fact, I had never even seen a Wheaten in person
until she came out of her crate at the airport. She was 6 months old at the time and she was
my first rescue. Without Katie our Wheaten list and S'Wheat Rescues would have never came
to be. Katie was a very shy, sweet dog who only wanted you to love her. She loved to lie
beside me in bed at night and she would roll over and get her belly rubs. During the night I
would feel her cold little nose pushing itself under my hand asking for a little more attention.
Katie is the reason I fell in love with the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier breed and her legacy
will live on in the work I do and all the other Wheatens who may come into my life after her.
The short 7 years that we had with our sweet Katie was not nearly enough but we will cherish
our memories of her forever. I am sure she and Merishka are having a great time at the
bridge waiting for us to come can claim them. You were much loved Katie, and will forever be
sorely missed!

Your Pets in Heaven

To have loved and then said farewell is better than to
have never loved at all. For all of the times that you
have stopped and touched my head, fed me my
favorite treat and returned the love I so
unconditionally gave to you. For the care that
you gave to me so unselfishly. For all of
these things I am grateful and thankful.

I ask that you not grieve for the loss, but rejoice in the
fact that we lived, loved and touched each other's lives.
My life was fuller because you were there, not as a
master/owner, but as my friend.

Today I am as I was in my youth. The grass is always
green, butterflies flit among the flowers and the sun
shines gently down upon all of God's creatures. I can
run, jump, play and do all of the things that I did in my
youth. There is no sickness, no aching joints and no
regrets and no aging.

We await the arrival of our lifelong companions and
know that togetherness is forever. You live in our
hearts as we do in yours. Companions such
as you are so rare and unique.

Don't hold the love you have within yourself. Give it
to another like me and then I will live forever. For
love really never dies, and you are loved and
missed as surely as we are.