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Casey's Story
Casey was a beautiful golden retriever, born May 20th, 1994. I remember going to the breeder to see him when he was only 3 days old. He came from a litter of 13 pups and we had first pick of the males. The breeder was a really nice lady. She would let us visit the puppy when ever we wanted to. We brought him home at 8 weeks and Oil Painting
I remember being surprised at how big he already was. He slept on or next to my bed from day one. Except for paper training, he never went to the bathroom in the house. He had the kindest eyes and knew exactly what you were saying. I remember one time we left a ball we were playing with down the hill, and I said ?h no we forgot the ball! Casey, would you go get it?? and he did! He was so smart! He had a great sense of humor and he loved to ride in the car. He would bring in the newspaper and take it upstairs to his dad. He helped bring in the groceries and he would always greet me at the door when I came home from work and carry my lunch box into the kitchen. He knew when it was 5 o'clock - (dinner time). If he didn? get his dinner on time he would start barking until he did get it. He could swim effortlessly, like a polar bear, and he
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loved to sit out by the campfire. He was always gentle and nice to everyone including other dogs. He had a stroke at the age of 13 ? We put his harness on him and left it on after that. It was easier to assist him in and out of the house with it on. He would go out the back door, take care of business, and then go around to the front door to come in. It was easier for him to come up the front steps rather than the back. But he could no longer make it all the way upstairs to the bedroom at night. He stayed downstairs on the first level all of the time after the stroke. But not alone. The other dogs stayed
with him. Not because they had to. They wanted to. But Casey would bark and would not stop until one of us came downstairs and slept on the couch. If we waited til he fell asleep and tried to go upstairs he knew, and would start barking again til one of us came down. He just wanted one of us with him. So for the last year of his life we took turns sleeping downstairs with him. We didn't care, we loved him. We went for a walk every morning about a block away to the little lake by our house. Casey loved it.

Some times I did not want to go, but Casey did. He would start walking really fast, almost running toward the corner and I would have to hurry up after him. He sort of had a smirk on his face when he did it too. He was so funny! Casey died on November 26th, 2008. He just fell over and died. Our hearts are broken and our lives will never be the same without him. For Christmas my husband bought this absolutely beautiful oil painting of my ?nce in a lifetime dog? It is the best gift I ever received or ever will receive. It will hang over our fireplace always? Thank You so much?

Linda H in Northfield Center, Ohio

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I saw this poem on the internet and I want to dedicate it to Casey:
T here's something missing in my home, I feel it day and night,
I know it will take time and strength before things feel quite right.
But just for now, I need to mourn, My heart -- it needs to mend.
Though some may say, "It's just a pet," I know I've lost a friend.
You've brought such laughter to my home, and richness to my days.
A constant friend through joy or loss with gentle, loving ways.
Companion, friend, and confidante, I never will forget.
You'll live forever in my heart, My sweet, forever pet?
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