Purple wrote:Hello and Welcome!
I, too, lost a Pete. He was my heart and soul. Never have I ever been so connected to a dog, like I was to Pete. He literally could read my mind.
Here is my tribute to my buddy.
http://video.yahoo.com/video/play?vid=a ... 22f.509495
Hey Purple! I saw your movie last night and it made me cry! I also commented on that movie, as well as a couple others. I also loved Bullie Elliot and commented on that one.
It was a surprise when I went to look at your movies and there I see "A Tribute to Pete", I started to choke up just from the title and I knew I had to see it.
What you said about him reading your mind, is almost exactly word for word what I have always said about my Pete. I could just look at him or he would look at me and we knew what the other wanted or was thinking. Sounds like BS to some, but I promise it's fact. Maybe after 14 plus years that is what happens. I would say by the time he was 6 we started to communicate like that and it only got better. I wish these dogs lived longer, it seems that when they really become a part of you and the perfect companion, we lose them. 20 - 30 years at least is all I am asking, but we have to make do with 14-16.