|Loved waiting for his stick to be thrown in the water|
We then moved home to my parents after my divorce and he got to be with his buddy Odie for the next 6 years. They loved each other dearly and the two were brothers at heart. He always kept a watchful eye over the house and kept my grandfather entertained by just throwing the ball ALL DAY LONG. I began living with my boyfriend and was not able to take Dillion with me and my mother had to sell her house and could not take him with her either.
I tried many options but Dillion was not the easiest dog to place with a person that would love him as much as I did. The only other person that I knew that understood his personality was my ex-husband. I called and asked him if he would like to take him. He immediately said yes. It was the hardest day of packing up my home that was sold and giving away my best friend who has been through everything with me but I knew he would have a good home.
He has two families that will miss his smiling face everyday. Rest in peace my beloved "heart" dog.