R Is For Rainbow Bridge (Shetland Sheepdog) ~ A to Z Blogging Challenge 2020

It’s sad to say, but our Shetland Sheepdogs (aka the Sheltie) and all other animal companions have too short of a life span. Many people believe that when a beloved pet dies it goes to Rainbow Bridge and waits for us, until it’s our time to leave this Earth. While waiting in this heavenly place they are fully restored, safe, and taken care of. And one day we are reunited and walk over the Rainbow Bridge to Heaven, together.

YouTube Video from Great Lakes Pet Memorial

Message from a Sheltie Mom –Most of us have had to deal with the loss of some type of pet and it can be overwhelming. Some people don’t understand the depth of our feelings and may say something like, “it was just a ______” (dog, cat, horse, turtle, rat,ect). They just don’t realize that we have just lost a family member who brought companionship, unconditional love and joy to our lives.

Misty Blue and I invite you to leave a memorial message and picture of your beloved pet under the blog post R is for Rainbow Bridge here….

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Shetland Sheepdog ~ A to Z Blogging Challenge 2020 Posts
A Is For Active
B Is For Barking
C Is For Characteristics
D Is For Dental Care
E Is For Ear Tipping
F Is For Famous Shetland Sheepdogs
G Is For Grooming
H Is For Health Conditions
I Is For Ivermectin
J Is For Jumping
K Is For Kisses
L Is For Lilies and other poisonous flowers
M Is For MDR1
N Is For Nose Work
O Is For Origin
P Is For Phenol
Q Is For Quarantine
R Is For Rainbow Bridge
S Is For Shedding
T Is For Traits
U Is For Unconditional Love
V Is For Veterinarian
W Is For Working Ability
X Is For Xylitol
Y Is For Yelling and Other Noises
Z Is For Zoomies

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