Samantha “Sammie” J. Dogg Brink came into our lives 12½ years ago in Warner Robins, GA. We met her in the backyard of the breeder we bought her from. She was the sweetest of the litter, which is what drew us to her. She looked much redder than she actually was from playing in the red Georgia clay. Our first trip with her was to Pet Smart. We wanted to make sure we started spoiling her from day one.
Samantha was a happy dog that displayed her happiness through her smile, tail wagging, and handshake. She loved to love. Her other favorite things included: cheese, ice cream, rolling in the grass, sleeping under the deck, being stubborn, and catching birds. She would even bring them to us alive occasionally.
After years of having a hard time getting around, she finally got to a point where she couldn’t get around at all. Her hip problems and arthritis finally got the best of our brave and stoic girl. After a cheeseburger dinner from Sonic, we made a trip to her vet. She went peacefully with her people at her side. We told her how much we loved her and thanked her for all the memories.
We will remember her most for her unwavering companionship and love. She loved her people and her people will forever love her.
Thank you, God for the 12½ years of happiness this sweet pup gave us. Her memory will forever live in our hearts.
Rest well, sweet girl.