Photo taken Sunday, May 22, 2000. Almost 5 months of age. According to Sheila Bowman of Rupik Boxers in the UK I am pretty brave bringing home yet another ' wild American bitch ' carrying the Syrr Run prefix!! Seriously, I really love this girl. If she turns out as good as Tella (Can/Am Ch Syrr Run's Fortune Tella) I will be thrilled.
It is with a very heavy heart and much sadness that I report that I had to make the difficult decision to send my best buddy Shay off to the rainbow bridge.
One of life's difficult decisions. She suffered a severe stroke about 4 months prior to her death. This occurred about 6 weeks after she was spayed. She recovered about 95% from that and then a second stroke happened. There was no recovering from the second stroke. My vet felt that the strokes may have been tumor related. Time will tell as a necropsy is being done. The kindest thing we could do for our girl was to let her go.
She was very happy and busy during the last 6 weeks of her life since the arrival of her new playmate, Baxter.
Rest well my girl.
View Pedigree here
Pictures of Shay winning her first points
Shay Finishes her Canadian Championship
Photos of Shay with Baxter during her last 2 months
My sincere thanks and appreciation to Beckie & Larry Horne and daughter Kay Peters for allowing Shay to come live in the wilds of Northern Ontario. She made each and every day of our lives very interesting indeed!!
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