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Bullet Christensen

d. July 16, 2023

I found Bullet at a gas station in Fairhope, Arkansas. He was outside being fed by some kids when they got in the car and left.  I sat there wondering why they left him. I went inside and asked them who’s puppy that was.  He was about 6 weeks old.  They said he’d been there a week.  So, I went outside and took him home to Memphis. I took him to the vet and got a good exam done then we began our journey. He was so smart, never had to potty train him! He never had any accidents. Hè became my whole world, my protector, and my very best friend. He was always tuned into my emotions, and I never cried long, he wouldn’t let me. ❤️ I was going through so much later when he was older. He would stay with me never leaving my side. He would have been a great therapy dog for sure. The last 2 years I watched him decline knowing our time was short. I would stay home from work with him and just love him. The last week of his life was so hard for he and I. You could see his misery and I knew it was time. I struggled with the decision and finally called our vet.  Dr Lippy had been a part of his life out here in Moscow for years and helped me realize that it was time. I miss him so much. It’s hard coming home from work and him not being there to greet me.  I loved him with my whole heart. He was 15 when he crossed the Rainbow bridge. Everyone loved Bullet and had a house full of people with us when he left us. He was free from the pain and falling down all the time. I will meet you at the Bridge beautiful boy.


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