In loving memory of Judy and Hugh’s KENZIE.
Ch 49erGold The Warmth Of The Sun
Multi HIT CDX WCX SH VCI Am WC CCA (4 Can MH legs)
January 15, 2011 – January 27, 2020
We exist in two places – here and where you are…
You are a shining star!
Love and miss you forever Special Girl!


In Loving Memory of ALAGRIA (Alay)


(BPIG Can Ch Glasgowhill’s Alagria (St John Ambulance Therapy Dog) 
November 20th, 2009 to August 25th, 2020
You left us too soon our Alagria. You fought Lymphoma so valiantly. You so wanted to stay with your family; to be in your home; on your deck and in your Valley you so loved. We saw it in your eyes; the love and the questioning.  We so greatly appreciate Suzi and Smiling Blue Skies for her caring counselling, being there for us and trying to help Alay with the herbal supplements she took in addition to her conventional Veterinary treatments. We did all we humanly could  for our girl  and our hearts hurt so to say goodbye. We will remember the JOY you were and always will be in our hearts. Run free like the wind of your youth, SWEET Girl.

Bill and Cheryl Subject and Collie older “sister”, CLOUD


In Loving Memory of Peter’s “Charlie”


In loving memory of Joanne’s “ROCKY”…
Rocky was a true “Rockstar.”  That was his nickname.  
He was my true soulmate and he will live in our hearts forever.  
Kind, gentle, and sensitive.  He had the biggest heart imaginable.


The English Bulldog
Bender wasn’t your typical bulldog that sleeps most of the day.  He was high energy and dedicated to playing tug at all times.  Unfortunately, he lived a life plagued with surgeries.  Bender had multiple surgeries for entropion and one for bladder stones.  He never let the surgeries slow him down and bounced right back every time.  At the of age 5 he met his biggest battle, invasive cancer in the elbow that caused major nerve pain.  To save Bender’s life, OVC recommended we amputate his leg and give him a fighting chance.  The amputation went well but resulted in rare post amputation nerve pain.  This required multiple medications and an experimental medically induced coma to reset the pain centre of the brain. Around 30 days post operation, Bender started to feel himself and once again focused on tug of war.  11 months later the cancer returned in his lungs and despite our best efforts, he crossed the Rainbow Bridge.  We miss him every single day and continue to tell his story to help other dogs.


In Loving Memory of Elizabeth Mitchell’s “Pink”
Aust Ch Kiriel Heavens Angel

I was with her for her first breath and held her as she breathed her last breath.

My beautiful girl, mother, grandmother, great and great, great grandmother.

Always remembered by everyone who knew her.