In my wedding vows, my wife insisted that I promise to have a dog. “A” dog. Over the years, I have kept that promise many times over. The chart doesn’t even mention Max, who was with us such a short time, he didn’t make it over an anniversary. I will have to update this chart … Read more
Kaitlin Renee Gilhooly, an alleged PBGV, my girly-girl has crossed the bridge.
Murphy James Gilhooly was my puppy for almost thirteen years. As much as Ripley was supposed to be my dog, Murphy was my dog. It is very difficult to say “goodbye.” However, today we had to do so. We met Murphy after an East Lake Pet Orphanage Advisory Board meeting in early 2006. He was … Read more
Dearly Beloved, We are gathered here today, to remember our brother rat. He died as he lived his life, On the patio, and in the yard. Place rat gently in the pooper scooper. Please forgive his brother Chihuahua, Who really just wanted a new fuzzy toy. As we process to his resting place, We commit … Read more
It occurred to me this evening that “Death Shake” would be a good adult ice cream drink or perhaps a dance for heavy metal fans. However, it’s also how a Chihuahua helps dispatch its victims after catching them. Why would I think such a strange thing? It’s been a long evening. I have managed to … Read more
So, dogs have a better sense of smell than humans. They have better eyesight than believed before, as they may be able to discern some colors, which is probably why our Cocker Spaniel barks at the HDTV almost constantly and the Chihuahua watches it while sitting on one of the humans. However, while dogs also … Read more
Bubba Elvis Gilhooly crossed the bridge due to heart failure on December 15, 2011, with his parents at his side. We thank the staff of the eClinic for their caring support at the end. He will be sorely missed. Bubba, a black and white parti Cocker mix, was born April 25, 2000 in Virginia Beach, … Read more