Peanut loved every season
He loved is treats too and would hide them in his bed to snack on later. Frankie would come along to steal them, but Peanut wouldn't back down and won the face-off everytime. Frankie, also a pomeranian, has been walking with his tail down ever since Peanut passed away. It's a sign of mourning the loss of his brother. He's also sleeping in his bed to be closer to Peanut, and hide the fact that the bed is now empty.
Peanut used to get up to potty at 2am, sometimes 5am too. So we'd go outside together, he'd do his business, and we'd look at all the stars and constellations together: Big Dipper, Little Dipper. After midnight was our time.
Peanut was healthy and happy until this last week when, unknown to us, the chords of his heart broke. He died at home, but Jack and I revived him with CPR...but we could not repair the damage to his little body and had to let him cross the Bridge today.
Peanut is in heaven now with his brother Dandy, little "Peanut", and the cat crew. I wish everyone could be blessed by the love of a special needs, senior dog. They trust and love you completely and are always delighted to see you and just "be" with you. What more could you ask of a friend or dog?
Peanut, you are loved and missed so much more than you know. Please stay near...I will always need you as a working buddy.
Have you ever seen a more beautiful boy than Peanut? Please visit his photo album and see even more. He was one of the most photogenic dogs in the world...don't you agree?