I haven't been on here in awhile, but I just thought I'd share. Back in March, we bought a Chesapeake Bay Retreiver pup for our farm. Well, he was 4 months old when he got him. From little on, he was a great dog, intelligent, playful, happy. He never pooped on the lawn, always going out in the field to do his business. But, he never left the farmyard, not even to follow one of us on the 4-wheeler. Buddy didn't chase vehicles, stayed away from trucks, left the milk man alone, etc. He was good with the younger kids and always eager to learn new things.
On Monday morning, for some reason, Buddy decided to lay by the tire of my uncle's truck. When my uncle got in, he didn't see Buddy and ran him over. Monday, I lost a best friend. My Buddy-Roo is gone and now the farm is just so empty. He was there to greet me at 5 in the morning when I went out for milking, he always had a smile on his face. Buddy would play with me between breaks, and then go swimming with me down in the pond. He was my best friend. I miss him so, so much.
R.I.P Buddy, you'll be forever remembered.
To see the wind'spower, the rain'scleansing, and the sun'sradiant life, one need only to look at the horse.
Last edited by TheRoughrider21; 06-28-2012 at 09:40 AM.
So sorry-he looked like a great dog-hope you get another dog soon. Dogs do need to learn to stay away from cars-they will lose if they tangle. My friend takes her young dog when we go riding & her dog is not car-wise-it's scary. Our roads are dirt & there is very little traffic but he will just wander into them, but we are trying to teach him.