Thank you for being part of the Siberian Husky Memorial Candle Ceremony. The Ceremony will take place on the Summer Solstice - June 21, 2018 at 8pm your time (8pm in your timezone so there will be a continuous lighting of candles around the globe)
If you require additional information, or would like to make comments or even suggestions on how future Candle Ceremonies could be made better, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to add your Special Husky to the list, please use the form here: Candle Ceremony Submission Page.
The following is the list of Siberian Huskies and those that were owned by them that are included in the Summer Solstice Siberian Husky Memorial Candle Ceremony:
After the list of Siberian Huskies honored at this ceremony, there is a list of Siberian Huskies that have been honored in the previous ceremonies. Please take the time to scan over that list also.
Angel was a rescue my sweet angel came in with heartworms upper respiratory infection and had to be spayed. It would be 8 years I had this sweet girl. She was the best, the most wonderful nicest dog you could ever meet. She tackled everything. I miss her so much every single day. She will always be in my heart. She touched so many hearts, everyone she met loved her. rip my sweet Angel
My baby was given to sleep because of cancer, not a day goes by i dont think about her, she loved life and everybody loved her,
I cherish your ashes my beautiful "Blue" I miss you daily. You meant the whole world to me. I miss you daily😅. I have your ashes on my China cabinet with your tags you wore till your last day. I know your
Bauer came to me at the age of 10 1/2 as a foster, and he ended up staying with me until the end. He was a my sweet Old Man who had a lot of spunk & attitude right until the end. We had our own special bond filled with love. He left us unexpectedly, quickly, but peacefully. I miss him terribly, but know he’s running free & pain free. 💙
Abigail Candy Apple Or ABBY
Our Beloved Abby is missed every single day.
Irene and Candy Jones
Alex came into the world with a very quiet strength. He was always very kind, loving, and most of all loyal. He loved to lay quietly with his people and ensure they always felt safe and secure. Alex also had a sense of adventure and loved to explore; sometimes even without his people! He will always be our puddin' pie and not a day goes by where we do not think of him.
Gary and Tracy Brinkmeyer
Allie was a one of a kind girl. She was my heart. She is missed every day & we will always love her. ♥
My beautiful Angel. Rescued from a backyard at age 9. She had obviously not been given much experience because when I took her into the woods, she went nuts following every smell.
Angel was my companion for 8 years. She was a good trail dog and I never had to fear getting lost in the woods.
She had boundless energy until she his sixteen. As an old dog, she was losing her hearing and her eyesight. She began to depend on her little housemate Jigme, the Shih Tsu. They were an unlikely pair
Angel was active until the end. She died at home after some pacing and hard breathing, at night in her home. I miss my girl. I will not be having another big strong dog.
Angel is mourned by Jigme, the little dog, and her cat,Xeno, whom she raised.
Angel was a beautiful quiet gentle dog who was loved by everyone who met her. She was so loving to her companions in our home our French bulldog and our 2 cats. She is missed every day and will always be in our hearts xxx
Denise & Kevin Livingstone
Though he was abandoned as a rescue; he had the biggest heart and love of any Siberian I've known throughout the years and am proud he's wearing his silver harness and running free to watch over me as I will keep him alive as long as I live in my heart with his memory.
Loretta and Mark Frana
A kind and gentle soul who would into my soul with her ice blue eyes.
I miss you my sweet Aurora Belle, you are forever my Little Princess!
Bakers Myst Hunter Aka Buddy
Gone....But Never Forgotten. Until We Meet Again....
Bill & Rosie Baker
Bandit was a rescue dog who came to me at age 13. He was sweet, gentle, loving, and had the best smile. He was my heart & soul dog, and though he has left this world he is still with me every day. We light a candle for him on his birthday, the day he passed, and throughout the year to remember his sweet soul.
Bear was from my mama huskies litter, and he was the last puppy left. For some reason no one wanted to adopt him. We were already keeping his sister, Mini but we wanted to find homes for all the others. They don't know what they missed. We decided to keep him, and he was a complete joy for us. He was gentle, but would get aggressive if he thought someone was hurting one of us. He was MY dog, slept with me, laid at my feet, and was my shadow.
He is so sorely missed. He took a piece of my heart.
Blade was the alpha. We lost Zammis just three weeks prior to Blade. He had been diagnosed with Cancer in February 2015 and given 3 weeks to live. That giant furball lived an amazing 14 months. Then, we was called home to join his brother.
He was a big dog, but such a gentle soul.
He is missed every day.
Blade run free my precious boy join Star, Hawk & Sabre miss you all the only pain now is in my heart as you all are no-longer with me I love you with all of my heart, till we meet again x
Bluey was dear. He had a lot of health problems starting 2 years ago with IMT. But he died of acute kidney failure 4weeks ago. He was funny and only loved his own sister Angel and the late Scout and Taylor. He was a sweet Husky. He is missed by everone. Someone painted his picture and he had this unmistakable look of intensity in his eyes. I still can't believe he is gone. He got sick on a Saturday and he died the following Saturday.
Blue Moon Star, Rosey, Sherman, Tori, Jack & Moo
Our Siberians are all over the RB now, joined lastly by Moo in Dec 2016 & Sherman in Jan 2017....our hearts are full of love and gratitude for each of them and the wonderful memories they leave us with. Forever missing you pups, forever loving you. Be well, my dears.
Pat * JoJoe
She pranced like a show horse showing her diva side and that she was one badass girl,talked and walked like a runway model and protective of us. She made sure that who was in what pecking order. Daddy first ,Brandi second and of course Momma third. Left us before her time. we missing the talking but we will talk again. We miss and love you. Cant wait to see you again . Diana & Clancy Phillips
Capn Jack Sparrow
Our helper dog, always there to make you feel better! We miss you.
Brian Coleman Karen Fenton Gabriel Coleman
Casper Moon you were such a gorgeous caring, dignified, goofy loving boy. I treasured every moment I had with you and I am very thank you for the unconditional love you gave to us all. Our time was too short but I'm thankful that we were in each other's lives.
Rest easy baby boy and run free baby .
Chewy was a rescue dog we received from our Son who heard about this dog and it needed to be placed in a loving and caring home, because the owner was dying of cancer. We accepted this dog with open arms and have tried our best to give it as much love as we could. It passed away today from a kidney infection, possible kidney tumor. This dog has left an impact in our lives and we will never forget her. Pawprints always on our hearts!
Steve & Kathy Trostel
Cheyenne (Mr. Cheyenne Bear)
Kris and David LoGalbo
Our Chinookie-one of the greatest loves of our lives! we know you are watching us every step of the way-I miss running through the snow with you and Kayla and seeing your big wolfy grins! We will all be together again...I love you Chinook, we all love you
Coolidge came to us at 7 yrs old, needing a new home because his owner was being transferred out of state for her job. He had a few issues, such as unreated allergies, no vaccinations, and no obedience training. I thought it wasn't going to work out, but I decided I just couldn't let the boy be homeless, so we took him in. What a goofball. After vet trips and a change of food which resolved the allergies, we went to begining obedience class. The first class session the instructor borrowed Coolidge to demo ways to get a dog to stop jumping on people. While the instructor had him on a loose leash, Coolidge decided to lift his leg on the instructor - not a great start for obedience school. He did learn basic obedience, and became a really good boy. He would follow my husband all over the house, and would stand guard when hubby showered - occasionally not wanting to move from in front of the shower door. His health suddenly declined rapidly after a fall off our bed in January - he seemed to struggle to breathe, he wasn't interested in playing, his appetite decreased, he was always so tired, and he wouldn't howl or woo. Numerous tests later, we found hemangiosarcoma was on his spleen and also his heart. The mass on his spleen was bleeding, and his heart function was affected to the point that fluid was around his lungs. There was nothing we could do at this point, so we made the very hard decision to help him across the bridge. We held him in our arms and told him how much we loved him as he headed across. We miss our goofy Coolidge very much, and will love him always.
John & Lisa Tibbedeaux
Crystal was an amazing dog! She brought joy to lives of everyone she touched. Crystal will be missed. We love you so much pup!
Thomas, Misty, James, Kelly, and Brittney Boyd
He was mine from the age of 9 weeks and was always my little boy. A sweet loving soul. He is forever my 'butt-butt'
May you rest in gentle peace now Dakota. Forever loved, forever missed. XOXO
Holly & Danny Lefebvre
My Dakota taken too soon due to complications from his epilepsy. A therapy dog who loved children. You are so missed. Forever in my heart.
Dakota Blue Skye
She was the most beautiful, blue-eyed, intelligent, sweet natured, and loving companion to both of us. She was so devoted to her "Dad"--adored him, loved him. She was very protective of me--as I am handicapped--it was like she knew she needed to watch over me. She filled our lives with such love and devotion. She was funny. She "talked" and taught us to understand what she was saying. Her passing has left a hole in our hearts--but now she is no longer ill, and that is some comfort. We love you sweet girl, forever, until we meet again.
Bruce and Connie Weber Perkins
Danali Sally Bear
My precious Sally Bear. Mommy and daddy misses you so so much. Hope you are catching lots of turkeys, mice & squirrels up North Of The Rainbow Bridge. Grizzly is still here and Reba. Reba misses you as well, thank you for training her, she has a lot of you in her! I see you every time I look at your son Kenosha. Love you and miss you so much my Chunky Monkey!!!!!! Passes away with Kidney and pancreas failure.
Patti & Larry Mitchell
Dixie was wise even as a puppy. Looking into her eyes, you saw an old soul. She was insanely smart and kept us in line when growing up. She also trained our other dogs as we got them. She taught them everything, from not biting to how to fetch a toy. She was a strong pack leader and could just look at them and they'd submit. As strict as she was with them (and us human kids), she was sweet and noble. There will never be another dog like her. Rest in peace, my sweet Dixie Belle. We miss you every day.
Elvis (Mr. Elvis Sweet Music)
Kris and David LoGalbo
He looked like such a bandit but was the only dog I ever knew who would guard another dog's food while not eating it hisownself. Of course, he didn't want the dog whose food it was eating it either. He was the best mother my other, and much larger, husky could ever have. Fender kept him in line (and guarded his food). He was a clown and a character who kept me howling with laughter. Now, his brother (son?) and I howl with sorrow.
Ferlin Corn Husky
Ferlin, you were awesome, a true friend, my hero and my soul mate. Thank you for choosing me. You are always in my heart, and I'll always love you.
Flyer was a retired sled dog I had adopted. Unfortunately he escaped twice, the second time he ran for over a month through trails in 4 nearby towns. He got hit by a car. 😰I had higher fences installed, and he still managed to get over one. I loved watching Flyer get used to playing in the yard with my other two huskies, enjoying a bone in the yard, and trying to give him a great retirement life. I love you Flyer, continue North my friend.
Gavin was my best friend and I miss him every second of every day.
Gibson, you are missed so much every single day. I miss your deep understanding that showed in those beautiful blue eyes, your velvety nose, those big polar bear paws, your saying "I love you," your silly Gibbie Hip-Hop, your inspiring and determined spirit, oh, and those wonderful Gibbie kisses! Your true love Harley, brother Wolf, sisters Chloe and Bandit, and me, your hu-mom, miss you so very much. Keep running free and enjoy the eternal snow, my sweet Gib. Love and miss you for always. xoxoxo #LiveGibStrong #LiveGibStrongForever
Dorothy "FiveSibesMom" Wills-Raftery
Ginger was the smartest, most beautiful Siberian Husky we ever knew. We adopted her at age 6 years because her family couldn't deal any longer with her escape artist antics every day because they had four young children! Our children are grown, so we welcomed her to our home! She had stayed overnight with us before this, so she was quite comfortable here. Every day was an adventure with Ginger, never a dull moment. We miss her terribly. She enriched our lives so much, challenging us both mentally and physically! We love you, Ginger!
Janet & John MacDonald
Guss came into my life at 5 weeks old as an abandoned puppy. It was love at first sight. His little bi-eyes captured my heart and never let go. He walked with me through many stages of my life, never really into hugs but always by my side. He had the sweetest soul and got along with everyone. He took a large piece of my heart with him when I had to let him go. Run free little buddy. Hold your beautiful tail high and I will meet you one day again. I love you.
Miss you my beautiful boy more each day fun free with mom (star) dad (blade) and sister (sabre) x love you always x
I miss you, my sweet Icely girl, you are forever in my heart!
Jack (Destinys DaVinci)
Dear Jack-a-roo, you were the sweetest boy ever! You loved being told what a good boy you were, and you were the best! Always gentle, caring, considerate, and laid back. Can't say enough how much we loved you! You were such a good companion to Star, Tori, and Moo, as well as to us and everyone you met. You will always be our handsome Jack, smiling at us with your soft sweet eyes. I still have all your Pengie toys, they are a treasure now that you have moved on. We miss you, and hope you are having a blast doing zoomies over the Bridge.
Pat & JoJoe
wherever you are, I hope you're alright, I miss you.
Thinking about our special friend Jake. You brought so much happiness into our lives. We all miss you much. Until we see you again, sending you much love.
Taz and grandma & many, many friends
Our beloved Jenna was the heart and soul of our family she was so loving and caring gentle and the best dog anyone could ever ask for. We miss her so much and know she is in no pain.
Linda Cody and Pat Graffin
You came to me almost feral and you left me as a sweet loving and gentle spirit having gotten a chance to finally know that all humans are not bad and had a chance to get to know what it is liked to be loved like all dogs should be and with me you found out how to be a dog again. I loved your special way of putting Caleb in his place when he needed it! ;) I also remember in true Siberian form on a couple of 20 below nights having to go outside and pick you up to come inside as you wanted to stay out and enjoy the cold!
You left me with the best gift any dog could give a human with your daughter Suri who was a total surprise and such a very special loving gift! You chose my home to bring her into this world and you were the best mom any pup could have asked for! I learned SO much by watching you raise her! I feel so privileged to have been able to witness that!
Thank you for gracing my life with your presence for the last 3.5 years and all the appreciation and love you showed me with our evening snuggles and ear scratches! I cherished every moment of those precious times together! I am honored that you chose me not only for your forever home but also for Suri's forever home! I am so happy you got a chance to know and live out your days with one of the many pups you were forced to have!
My only regret is that I didn't find you sooner!
Kalista my little poogie bear.
Not a day goes by that I don't t miss and think about you.
You were the love of my life and my best friend.
You deserve your silver harness xxx run free
Karamads Sweet Dragon Heart Kodiak
Kodiak was our first Siberian Husky. He was fun, loving and always attentive to my needs. He always slept next to me, putting his head on my pillow and on the day he died, he rested his head on my leg. I miss our boy so very much. Run free dearest Kodiak, we will meet again soon.
Anne, Ralph & Giovanni Sbragia
My beautiful Kayla-girl, my wild spirit daughter, how I love you and miss the touch of your fur on my hand, and your soft forehead touching mine! I will miss looking into your big beautiful blue eyes and feeling your warm loving spirit eminating into my heart... go now and join your pack, they are waiting for you in the winter land of pure white, gently falling snow. Chief and Cheyna, Carlina and Chinooky--Chloe, Touche`and Romeo. Mommy will wait right here!
Marie McGowan Matulis
Kaylalynn was such a Happy soul! She always had a smile on her face. Kayla was a gentle girl who thought of snow as her beach weather. She enjoyed going for rides and long walks. Mommy and daddy misses you so very much . Run free my baby - Until we meet again. Xoxo 😘🐾🐾🌈
Kila was my first Husky. I fell in love with her beautiful blue eyes when I saw her at the shelter. She passed away at the boarding facility while we were on vacation. I am still saddened that I never got to say goodbye. She died way too young. Rest In Peace my sweet Kila.
Beautiful... simply wonderful.
Kyzer was a special boy loved by many. It broke our hearts when he passed so suddenly. We miss him everyday; my world will never be the same again as Kyzer was my world. I've cried everyday since Kyzer left. I feel the pain so deep; he was our fur child. Our hearts stay broken. Kyzer until we meet again sweet baby, god speed and run free. You have my heart always and forever. My tears are in heaven with you. Love you always precious baby xxx
She was the best, most mischievous dog I've ever had. I miss her howling when I walk in the door after a long day. All my frustrations would leave me when I heard the woo of delight at my arrival. Greatly missed but I know she's not suffering any more now.
Lexi was a great Husky & we miss her dearly
She lived to age 12 but the house feels empty without her.
She loved sitting outside on the lounger chair. It was her favorite spot on the deck. Someday we will meet again.
Kathy & Tom DeKelver
Liberty was a once in a lifetime love.
Anna and Michael S.
She was my best friend, my constant companion and stole my heart from the moment I saw her. My life has been richer since she came to me. She redefined unconditional love. I miss her terribly.
Patti Schock, Patrick Schock
Little Chief Timberwolf
Little Chief Timberwolf was his full name, a descendant of Balto, Chief was a therapy dog who helped a LOT of people! He was a very special dog, companion, friend, teacher, mentor, family member, who I shared a very special bond with! He lived a great life for 11 1/2 years, he touched a lot of lives, and was loved by all that met him! Both my son and myself fell in love with him the first time we met him. This was so common, he was just one of those dogs that you instantly fall in love with, not because of the beauty he was graced with, and he was beautiful, but for that wonderful energy he had about him!
He recently started to lose weight very quickly, we battled but lost the fight on March 25, 2010. The vets think it was cancer.
Chief in his lifetime got to do and see so much, more than lots of dogs and even more than some people get to experience. He was a Therapy Dog who helped a lot and I mean a LOT of people.
One of my favorite stories about him was a woman who hadn’t spoke in a long time. Chief was brought in to see her and within 5 minutes she was talking to Chief, the nurse was amazed! The nurse said the woman hadn’t talked in like 2 years!
Chief had such a wonderful calming and healing energy to him! He got to work with cancer patients, elderly in nursing homes, adults and children alike! He helped many to retrieve their lives by giving them hope and love! He was just that way! Always giving what he could give!
I mentioned he was a mentor and teacher to me. He taught me a great deal about life, love, caring, giving, patience, and his most recent gift to me during these past few weeks was a lesson on positive energy and it’s power! Something I have been struggling with, and a precious gift I will never forget and will cherish for the rest of my life! Because of him I can now feel energy like I never have before!
He LOVED going on walks, looked forward to them everyday! Once out on the leash he had this little “strut” to him that I called the “Chiefy Strut”, it was just so cute to see! He was such a happy dog! LoL even strangers would be attracted to him and ask to pet him when they saw us out and about! They would always walk away with a big smile on their faces.
On Thursday morning, March 25, 2010, he was fine, spirited, spunky and eating. He had actually gained 1 lb back in the last week, may not seem like much but it was progress! About 1pm he came up to me while I was working on the computer, sat down beside me and I started petting that loving head, and scratching those great ears of his, while looking into those wonderful multi colored eyes, one blue, one brown!
Well, soon I was on the floor and he was snuggled up to my leg wanting his belly rubbed. Pretty soon the energy took over in an indescribable way, it was like our energies merged into one very warm, calming, healing, and loving energy orb! This lasted for about 45 to 50 minutes and once again was just an incredible experience! I will forever cherish those minutes. He got up and walked to his room and rested for a while. He got up suddenly around 2:45 like he was about to get sick which had happened a few times over the last few weeks, but this time he sounded like he was in pain. He looked at me and told me it was time! Both his original owners, Pat and Rick, as well as my son and myself were able to be there for him! I think the vets were a little freaked out that so many came for him. 🙂
I loved him so much, I recently had him tattooed on my back! He will truly be with me for the rest of my life, he touched my heart and graced my life in a very special way! He touched a LOT of lives in a special way, he was a healer, mentor, teacher, companion! I’ve had clients want to get pictures made with him and he was always willing to accept their request. He truly touched the heart of all that met him! He will be missed by the MANY that loved him! He was so loved my many many people! Such a special, sometimes goofy guy! :) He will live on in my heart and in the images I have taken of him, and in the hearts of all that knew him!
Little Chief Timberwolf, September 13, 1998 to March 25, 2010!
In loving memory, you will be missed! Thank you for gracing my life with your presence and for all the lives you touched and brought joy to! RIP my friend! I’ll see you again at Rainbow Bridge, until then enjoy playing with your former pack members, Shasta, Bear, Shadow, Tasha and Smokey!
Thank you to my son Joseph and his wife Jenny for bringing Chief into my life, he was a true gift, and a great friend!
When we first saw you Lucas we fell in love with you and know that we had to adopt you and giving you a loving home,I enjoyed every day with you, Mom and Dad and your brothers enjoyed are time with you even up north,Well your two big brothers and your three cousins are all together playing up there pain free and having fun with your Aunt Me watching you guys. We love and you miss very much..
Steve & Sharon Upton
Lucy McMan-West was not just a funny, sweet, and loving Siberian Husky, she was an author, entrepreneur, and social media icon. She was the CEO of Husky Line™ Enterprises, and loved scissor lifts. It was all a joke, mind you, but Lucy was really was larger than life, and hundreds of people mourned with us when she died suddenly of an embolism. The best part of her life was we adopted a mutt puppy from the local Humane Society three months before she passed—Lucy became a mother, and she was happier than she had ever been. Lucy was loved so truly and deeply, and she is missed every minute of every day.
Salem West & Ann McMan
Luna (Zima And Chiripa)
Luna was an amazing dog. She was rescued from HSSV.or as a puppy in 2001 by BASH. The family that surrendered her called her Chiripa. Her first adopted home was in Montana.....She lived there three years when it was decided that she just wasn't happy and it would be best to rehome her. Randee McQueen Took her back and that is when she found Peggy...her forever home...on 10/30/04. She then lived in the Bay Area. A few years later Peggy decided to move to outside of Boston and the New England. Luna and Peggy were soulmates.... Luna was an amazing dog that will always be remembered.
My Lupa is really my son, a bright light in my life, a gentle and kind soul. I am sure its an angel sended by God to this earth. The most beautiful angel ... i will always love him forever in my heart and i am sure someday we will reunited again forever and ever.
Ana Paula Barletta
Lutu, you had me at "woof". The day I met you, you were placed in my arms where you quickly found a comfortable position and fell asleep. I met your sister Nakita just a few moments before and she was already where she would always be, snuggled at my feet. I brought you both home with me for a lifetime of love and joy. You were my big boy. Black/white, tail with a white tip that bopped when you pranced around the yard.
You were a miraculous reincarnation of my first husky and soulmate, Nalu. Intelligent beyond compare. You knew exactly what time it was. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and evening treat time. You had an uncanny, internal clock. You had an amazing, respectful relationship with your half sister, 6 months apart, separate litters. You were 20 lbs bigger yet so gentle and respectful. You loved laying next to her, side by side, always touching. You were so strong.
A survivor of liver-tumor surgery when you were 9-yrs old. My miracle husky - our vets nickname. When your sister passed there were too many transitions in our life and I believe your heart was irreparably broken. I tried to comfort you. You tried to stay with me and start a new life. But within 6-months you suffered horrific GI distress followed by renal failure. You let me do everything I could to keep you with me, even subcutaneous I.V. therapy. But I couldn't hold you back. Your sweet body had been through so much. You were there for me every moment you could be.
The day you passed we sat on the lanai, your head snuggled in my lap, and your tired, loving, gaze told me it was time. Holding you close, I lay by your side, sang a sweet lullaby, and told you to go find your sister Nakita. You were with me as long as you could be. You took care of me your whole life and made sure I would be okay.
You have been gone for 5 months, your sister Nakita for 10. I miss you both everyday and feel so blessed to have had you as my sweet fur-babies. You were the most special boy and the husky love of my life. I have never known a husky as smart, agile, aware, insightful - one that could see into my soul and would do anything for me - you were my King Tu. My sweet Lutu who loved me unconditionally and who will run in my heart forever. Know your mommy is okay, misses you everyday, and will love you always. I will see you someday my sweet one. You, your sister Nakita, Miki, and Nalu will be there to greet me at the Rainbow Bridge and mommy will never leave you again. The love of a husky and mommy transcend this earth.
MYA (Registered Name: Tutumaiao My Oh Mya).
We miss you every day our blue eyed snow baby. We finally have you home with us now but it just isn't the same as having you jumping all over us and giving us big sloppy kisses!
Your presence is missed so much by us but even more so by your best friend/boyfriend Shadow. He has not been the same since you left us and we pray that he is able to be happy again soon.
Thank you for the joy you brought to our lives as well as the entertainment you provided us with. We will remember you and love you always and forever our baby girl.
We hope you are in a much happier place.. pain free and surrounded with a never ending supply of watermelon, carrots and doggy treats
RIP our special fur baby MYA. Love you so much beautiful girl!!!!
Love always Mummy Laura and Daddy Steve xoxoxox
Steve and Laura Panebianco
Not a day goes by that I don't think of my big handsome boy. I miss you Mac,
your sister and brother all so very much. Sending you much love until we
are all together as a pack again. Much Love.
Your mom, Peggi
Maggie had the sweetest voice and loved to sing. It is awfully quiet around here now.
Connie Starr and Scott Barbee
We miss you every day sweet girl. Someday we will meet again over the rainbow bridge
To my darling baby boy Malibu in Heaven,
My beautiful pure white blue-eyed Siberian Husky, you were the best friend I could ever hope for and the best dog who ever walked the earth. Heaven is so lucky to have you but my heart is broken without you by my side. Your Siberian Husky sister, Montana, who licked your face every morning is so sad to have lost her favorite playmate. She sends you licks in Heaven.
I treasure every adventure we've shared since I adopted you as a young pup-- hiking through the woods, romps in the snow, long walks on the beach at our beach house. I will never forget your crossed paws, tiny bite kisses, how you could lay on a raft in the middle of the pool. You were the best guard dog because people thought you were an Arctic Wolf. But you were just a 70 lb lap dog, a wild stallion with a heart of gold who would curl up in my lap to cuddle and keep me warm in bed on winter nights.
You were such a magical dog that you caused it to snow for the first time this winter when you were laid to rest a week ago. I can't believe you were gone so quickly and so suddenly that I never had a chance to say goodbye. One night you were running and playing with Montana, seemingly in perfect health. The next day you couldn't get up, collapsed from a silent killer, hemangiosarcoma of the spleen that ruptured and you died during emergency surgery. I wish more than anything that I could have saved you, my Malibu boy. Your loss has devastated me. You are loved beyond compare and you are missed every minute of every day.
I hope that you are running and playing in puppy Heaven and that you will be by my side again someday. Until then, you will forever have a place in my heart. I miss you so very much, my beautiful Malibu, and I will remember you and love you forever... until we meet again... your Mommy
This pup helped me through some really tough times. She was my best friend and will forever have a home in my heart.
Its been a year and I still think about you every day. You only had one year with us, but we are forever connected...our souls eternally bound. My beautiful boy, my son.
Mommy and daddy love you. Always, Now, Forever. ..
P.S.Thank you for all the signs. You always seem to send them when I need you most..
Tiffany & Jonathon
The most gentle beautiful hazel-eyed best friend. My first dog. Love him, he lives in my heart forever. Until we meet in heaven,love you MAV 4everr BFF
Christopher D. Zalewski
Mia Angelina DeLia
Mommy misses you Mia so very much, every single day, baby girl. In my heart is where I keep you my friend, until the day that we meet again. XOXOXO God Bless you my sweet angel.
My second husky. A handsome red/white boy with amber eyes. Funny, goofy, a love muffin who demanded your attention. I got him when he was 2-yrs old to be a buddy to my beloved Nalu. Nalu was the alpha and Mikki challenged him on occasion only to find his place once again as the buddy. They were the best of friends. Mikki was the kitchen thief. He once grabbed a loaf of bread and all we found at first was the wrapper and two end pieces. Later that day we discovered slices of bread in various corners of the house. Mikki was such a blessing to me when Nalu passed and he proved to be a wonderful "uncle" coaching my next two huskies- Nakita and Lutu.
My sweet Mikki passed quickly too, suffered from a paralyzing seizure. He left us within 24 hours. Memories of his sweet spirit and comedic antics make me smile in celebration of his life. I miss and love my sweet Mikki. Thank you for making me smile and for filling my heart with joy!
She was named Mini as she was an exact replica of her mother, my oldest Husky. She was such a sweet dog, loving and wanting to please us. She is so missed.
Emma and Kenneth Stanfill
I adopted him when he was 4 years old. He was my constant companion until he passed away. He took a oiece of me when he went 😢
Mollee was a Sanctuary dog with Adopt A Husky. She was a wonderful old girl who was much loved and will be deeply missed.
I guess she wanted to be among the stars for the Winter Solstice & Christmas, this year.
Godspeed dear "Holy Mollee" and run like the wind.
Montana was my first husky. Such a gentle soul for being such a big boy. He is deeply missed.
Moo (Liyazas DJ Moolatte)
Moo, you were always the life of the party here. Your sweetness, feistiness, and constant love will stay in our hearts furever. We miss you every day, sweetheart.
Pat & JoJoe
Murphy (AKA - Merlin)
Murphy was with Syliva for only a short time but it was a great time for both of them. He was very very loved.
Myko came into our lives just prior to me receiving a life-changing medical diagnosis. He was with me through all of it for some 13 years and even had his own issues with poor thyroid function which led to skin and ear infections. The day came when we could hold him back no longer. He was incontinent, and "denning" - searching out places in our home where he had never gone before. We released him on that Sunday evening just before sunset. Ironically, there was a squirrel sitting on the gutter just off the deck. Myko hated a squirrel. The apartment was so unearthly quiet that night. I wanted to hear his tags so badly, but there was just silence. Our Angel in fur taught us patience, and he taught me that there are some things in this life that I cannot control. There is a greater power and a bigger "Circle" that keeps going - with or without us.
Releasing him from this existence was one of them and probably the most difficult decision I had ever made to that point in my life. Another would come exactly one year to-the-day later as my father received a terminal cancer diagnosis. The one and only "visitation" my Dad spoke of was Myko. "Why did you leave him with me at the hospital all night? He slept in that corner all night long." Myko was still our guardian angel in fur, and even with the new SIbe with us and making his own, different mark on our hearts. Myko's there too and always will be.
Dan L. Williams
Time doesn't ever ease the pain of your not being here with me. Not a day goes by that I don't think of my sweet little girl. I miss you and your brothers all so very much. Sending you much love until we are all together as a pack again.
Love you lots, your mom, Peggi
My third husky but my first little girl. Sugary sweetness, gentle, affectionate, Velcro dog. She was very vocal. Always a howling greeting with a story of the day as you returned home. Nakita was my assistant when I worked from home. She loved laying at my feet like a comfy pair of fuzzy slippers. She also loved laying at your feet as you prepared dinner. Or laying by or on the couch to watch a favorite TV show. She would race you to the bed at night to obtain the best real estate- usually involving the pillows. Later in life she would lay by my side of the bed and stay there until I would get up.
She loved burying her stuffed animals in the flower beds only to unearth them within 10 minutes. She loved everyone, but mostly her younger brother Lutu. She sat by his side as he recovered from liver surgery when he was 9-yrs old. She washed his face and ears daily and seconds later would be pulling at his hind leg like it were a porkchop to play with. All this wonderous joy from a dog who was sick more than half her life.
She was a diabetic, cushings patient, who developed cataracts as a result. As her vision dimmed, Lutu would be her seeing eye dog and remind us to feed and medicate her. She had cataract surgery 6 months before she passed and enjoyed a renewed energy. She beat the cushings. Fought the diabetes effects of many bladder infections. Over came her blindness. But finally neurological complications and sudden liver cancer caused her such pain that her howls were no longer in delight but exclamations of great pain.
Lutu was by her side as our vet made a house call to ease our little girl's suffering and let her go with dignity. Our whole family was there by her side on her favorite rug as she crossed the Rainbow Bridge with dignity and peace.
My little girl was so precious, loving, kind. I miss her snuggles and warm fuzzy coat that caressed my feet every night. I miss her funny antics and how she would paw at something simultaneously with her two front fluffy paws. She was my baby girl, my sweet angel. The one who comforted me no matter what. Now she cares for all my beloved huskies but I have a funny feeling she will be the first to reach me and greet me when I get to the Rainbow Bridge. I miss your sweet howls and your daily stories, my sweet girl Nakita.
My first husky. It was love at first sight with his distinguished black/white markings, blue eyes, snap tail. Intelligent, independent, nimble, talkative, hysterical antics, an amazing creature and my soulmate. He was his Mommy's dog. He loved me so much that he passed in my arms only hours after he was diagnosed with cancer. He knew me as his mommy, I couldn't make the decision to let him go and he wasn't going to let me suffer.
This noble husky gave me the ultimate gift of deciding when it was his time, which was only two hours later. Without any assistance, his heart progressively slowed as he rested his head on my lap listening to his mommy's voice singing a sweet lullaby. My Nalu crossed the Rainbow Bridge with peace, grace, and dignity, just as he lived his life. I will love him forever and remember him always.
I first saw Nana staring back at me from the local humane society web page. She looked lost and alone. They said She was between 8 and 10, My Siberian, Lola was an only dog by then and NOT happy about it. So made sense this old girl needed a place to lay her old head for her remaining days. I have never had a dog so shut down like her in my life. She was in season when we got her home so She was spayed 6 months later another several months for her to get comfortable again! Then a lump, I was sick, we had it removed and it was cancer, another several months for her to settle back in. I promised her no more surgeries. she was to be as comfortable as I could make her. The day came when I could no longer keep her comfortable, the decision was made. Our time together was short, a month shy of 5 years and she was gone.
Love you sweet girl, But I know your at peace now.
David & Susan Noyes
Nanook was the love of my life. I was willing to make sacrifices for him I wouldn't make for another human. He was the epitome of a husky and yet nothing like the "standard". Bigger, just as stubborn but not a jumper or a major digger. Barker, not a singer, which made me sad. But he threw the best temper tantrums and gave great crazy ears. So pretty, he was always being mistaken for a female. Nanook loved to lay *on* my feet, and now I carry his paw print as a tattoo on my right foot, so he'll always be with me. I miss your face.
Nanook was a beautiful boy inside and out. His smile just calmed all that met him. He truly was a wonderful dog. He almost made it to his 13th birthday. I love and miss him so much. The void he left in my life is unreal. I know he is causing trouble, making friends and looking out for is family here on Earth. Until we meet again My Sunshine.
Heather & Michael Feinman
My Dearest Kita Roo, I'll never forget the day you left us and the pain we felt. I remember your protection and gentleness and all the times you made us smile. Thank you for the many lessons you taught us about unconditional love, the value of friendship and how to be happy. In all honesty you've made us better parents for the other fur babies. I cherish the day I'll see you again my sweet angle!
Nikki, Mikki, Denali, Stacey, Charlie, Kelly, Jill, Rosie, K
This house was never without a Siberian for all the years that I have lived here. They truly made it a home. The last two years have been very rough. Miss them all. They all had their own quirks and personalities and that made them special family members.
My Nook Nook as I called him. I only had him a short a while I adopted him a few years before he passed and he was the best. He died during a house fire I had went to the store and an electrical fire started all my furbabies were inside Nook went to a window and barked until someone noticed and called the police. The firefighters were able to save everyone on December 19th but he was to old his lungs could not handle it all and so on December 24th he lost his battle. I think of him often and it breaks my heart for he was still so full of spirit he should not have gone that way. I thank God for him if not for him my other furbabies may not have made it he saved them. I love you my baby Nikki "NookNook" Giles
My prince, mama's boy....it's almost been a year since I touched you and felt your love. I miss you, I love you my boy. Run free with your mom. Thank you for a loving 16 years. Till we meet again.
Not a day goes by that I don't think of my funny and fiesty little boy. I often think about you and smile about our cross country trip. I couldn't of asked for a better traveling companion. I miss you, your brother and sister all so very much. Sending you much
love until we are all together as a pack again. Love you so much my little boy Nik.
Your mom, Peggi
Panda was beautiful magestic and so smart. He was family and is missed very much
Pill Aka Pair-A-Dices Pillow Fight
Our free spirited girl left us with so many wonderful memories and offspring who were so blessed. Run swiftly with your new harness sweetie and we'll know you're watching over us with Legend to keep everyone safe and when someone is missing we'll always here your howl to bring them home :-) Love, you!
Loretta & Mark Frana
She was gorgeous and happy ...
Princess Faith Dabaldo
Faithy you are my heart and soul. I miss you so much my Warrior girl! I was so blessed to have you in my in few and until we meet again my love for you is unconditional and measured only in infinite! Ever Thine Ever Mine Ever Ours. ❤️
We adopted Quincy when she was almost 5, turned in to the shelter, a child of divorce. She ran on my first sled dog team and her great loves were riding in the car and being with us. We love her and miss her dearly.
Connie Starr and Scott Barbee
Raven was such a happy sociable and loving dog. When we lost our border colle Belle he took over the house. Loved everyone and we used to have the most awesome conversations ðŸ˜¢ i miss my best mate so much.
Vicki & Gary Davies
Red Foxs Colorado
Colorado was the smartest Siberian Husky and Dog we ever owned. She was unique and loved her family, and we love her. Her memory is still vivid in our heads, and we pray for her and look forward to seeing her again someday. Q wonderful, wonderful dog.
Don Woolley, Aimee Woolley, Jeff Woolley
My angel left me at 12.5yrs old from cancer which she was diagnosed July 6th 2015. My silver, bi-eyed girl leaves behind a sister and brother who miss her terribly. I miss her more then words can describe and love her even more. She could not be more perfect in my eyes. Im blessed to have been her mom for 12.5yrs and honored she chose me to live her life with. If love could have saved you, you would live forever my angel. I love you to the moon and back!
A rock and gentle cuddly sweetheart when he wanted to be.
Loretta & Mark Frana
You were our alpha girl for 11 years. We love and miss you so much.
Run free my sweet baby free from pain. Hope you're having fun with your mom ( Star) & brother (Hawk) missing you lots wait for me my sweet girl love you always x
Sammy was a sweet and loving dog. she loved everyone.
Samu was my self imposed unofficial therapy/service dog after I was in a coma in 2008. If I was in the bathroom too long, she would come for me, and make sure I didn't bump into things when I had to walk for rehab. She pulled me in my wheelchair to the park four doors down. We got her from a man whose 18yr old son adopted her from the animal shelter. He didn't have time for her, and they had a baby in the family so she ended up being an outside dog. We had 12 great years together, and even though we have had many, many dogs, Samu had a special place in our hearts. We loved her so much, and she had such an impact on our lives. Run free Baby Girl, Mama and Papa will see you soon..........
Lori & Wayne Soete
Sarge we only had you for a year and a half. You were an awesome husky. Love and miss you old man.
Sasha, MABLE AND Rufus
Run free sweet babies
My beautiful Siberian Husky.
Wolf grey and eyes of blue.
So many memories.
Shadow. Run and play with Star hawk and zack x
Emma and Kenneth Stanfill
He was the best friend/companion I ever had. He was good natured and loving; just happy to be with me. The neighbors called him the Ambassador because he was so friendly and always wanted to meet and greet everyone. He loved dogs and people alike. He was by-eyed with a beautiful blaze across his snout. Black and white and people often thought he was a wolf!. Every day, every walk people stopped and commented on how much they loved seeing him day to day. Even people I didn't know would stop their car and ask if they could pet him. He was a gentle spirit who matched his name.. .Shanti which means peace.
Dog: Shanti Mom: Brenna
Sierra was the best friend of many and our whole neighborhood looked forward to her visits each day. She beat panicullitus and mast cell cancer but subcombed to a sudden episode of an aggressive liver cancer. She will be greatly missed by many. She has truly earned her silver harness and is now with her buddies and making beautiful sunsetss.
Was at the pound looking for my lab, we had just moved into a new place and he got out through the fence. I over heard a worker at the pound say that 1 year old husky will be euthanized at 4pm, I tried giving them $ 50 to keep her, I was told I would have to adopt her. So I did. I found out later my lab had been hit by a car and was brought to the pound . They didn't tell me then because I was so upset looking for my 18 year old lab. I am so happy I got her, such a beauty. I miss her to this day.
She was my daughter that knew she was leaving us and we prepared for it the best we could.....the day she left she also left a gaping hole in my heart until she brought Dee Doggie to us and she knew we needed him as bad as he needed us....I will never forget her and all she did while she walked this earth and cannot wait to reunite with her again
Teo and Tania Byerly
She was my first husky, and so beautiful. She was typical husky - stubborn, mouthy, funny, and frustrating and I will miss her until the end.
Skyley passed away from bone cancer loved her
Snowpaws Channel Rose Aka Boo
She was a distinctly unabashed Siberian Husky of no peer.
cuddly and cute as a pup, soft and aloof as she aged. She was special..and she knew it, and so did we.
she was the grande dame...she ruled with an iron paw. there were a few pretenders to the queen..
but she reigned. she was loved by all.
Boo, a dog legends were made of :some of her favorite activities, lounging on the couch, looking the other way when called sunbathing and chasing that dastardly wabbit that had the gall to enter her dreams, she thought
they were best served as a tasty side dish.
In her spare time she would bend welded wire crates in a single pull . . remove squeekers from toys with the precision of a surgeon.
Starring down possums, birds and squirrels, twitching her nose when taking in the smells in the air.
In lieu of sadnesss, give your fur baby a belly rub, a scratch behind the ears and a treat just because.
Deb L Johnson
Snowpaws Stoli And Teton
In life I loved you dearly,
In death I love you still.
In my heart you hold a place
no one could ever fill.
If tears could build a stairway
and heartache make a lane,
I'd walk the path to heaven
and bring you back again.
Our family chain is broken,
and nothing seems the same.But as God calls us one by one,
the chain will link again
I got Sophie when she was 7 weeks old. She picked me when I visited the breeder. There were 2 litters of puppies there, and she just wouldn't let me look at any other puppies.
Sophie suffered from epilepsy, lupus, severe arthritis, and numerous other illnesses all throughout her life. She was the strongest dog and had the sweetest spirit. She was my heart dog. She saved my life when I was so depressed that I didn't want to live.
She had ACL surgery in August of 2015 and it became infected. She had another surgery in November to treat it. Just when I thought she was going to be ok, she took a real turn for the worse. I took her to University of Tennessee Vet hospital, and on New Year's eve she died from MRSA.
I miss her every single day. She was the love of my life. <3
My beautiful Star miss you lots hope you're playing with Blade, Hawk & Sabre love you with all of my heart till we meet again xxx
She had us from the first time we saw her. Hiding in the corner being
scared, but as she grew she lived up to her name. Talking to us like you
having a conversation with some one. She touch ours and so many other's
hearts in that special and goofy way. We will meet again. We love you Big Baby.
Stormy earned his silver harness too soon. In spite of his epilepsy he lived life to the fullest. He loved his younger brother Demon so much. There's never a day I don't think of you Stormy. Forever loved. Forever missed.
Stormy died at home from a embolism she is with her sister now
My team waiting north of the rainbow bridge.
Tahoe was a mama's boy. He is loved and deeply missed.
Rodney and Kim Zeigler
July 26, 2014 was the hardest day of my life. The difficult yet humane decision was made to put my beloved Tasha to sleep. Not a day goes by that I don't think of Tasha. Rest in Peace my little baby girl. Some day we will all be reunited at the Rainbow Bridge.
My sweet smart girl...every the loyal one
Thor And Sierra
I miss those 2 reds everyday. They left such a hole in our hearts.
He ia my babby boy so gorgeous and happy
Timber, Yukon, Sierra, Kalee, Scooter And Angel
My wonderful Huskies, 15 years was not enough. Forever in my heart.
Today I sent my beautiful boy Tokala over the bridge to fing his brother Diesel.
Run free my handsome boy, run free without restriction. I love you and I will love you both forever.
We will meet again, until then be good and I will see you soon!
Turner was a fantastic dog that came from my breeding. He was a champion and just a great dog....
Kelly Collins and Rae Johns
No words can express how you changed my life and the support and love you gave me especially during the hard times. I miss your singing, tickling your toes and singing round and round the garden, playing bo bo.. so many good memories. You taught me not to worry over the little things and live for the moment. I would have given anything for one more day with you and thank you so much for sending me that sign. I knew you'd do your best and the sign you sent was more than I could ever have hoped for. I love you so much. Wait for me at rainbow bridge and our adventures will last forever.
Mommy misses you like crazy. He was our first Husky. Our first "woos". We will never forget your howls, piles of fur, and the landmines you dug. We wouldn't change that for the world. You are always and forever in our hearts.
Love, Mommy, Steven, and Anthony.
Zack. Run free with mom and brothers x
He was an escape artist and demanding. He always had to sit in the front seat of the car.
he loved to romp in the yard and go for walks. he always slept on the bed at my feet.
He was a rescue, who had a great life.
He was a pain in the butt. And I miss him every day.