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​Along with her ‘sibling’ sister Peanut, Aspen came to Canine Rescue in October of 2014. Both dogs were living outdoors and were barely recognizable as dogs because of the mud and filth that covered their little bodies. After arriving at the kennel, they cleaned up very well and turned out to be two wonderful dogs who were very much bonded and who Canine Rescue felt should remain together. 

 

In loving memory of Aspen...
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It took some time for both to be adopted together, but they were in February 2015. Unfortunately, the adoption did not work out well for Aspen, so she was returned to the kennel in April, while Peanut remained in the adoptive home. Aspen seemed to be okay with the situation of being without her ‘sibling’ sister and remained in high hopes of finding her own special family. She loved going for walks and especially loved treats. She was very playful and loved to run with her friend Minnie. Aspen always gave kisses. She was friendly, compliant with training, sought out attention, and loved to sit on the laps of volunteers in the play yard. She was a very patient dog who could be seen just sitting and watching the cows down the road.  

After being back in the kennel for several months, Aspen and another Canine Rescue dog were being considered by an older retired couple who could give her all of the attention and love she desired. After meeting both dogs, Aspen was chosen by the couple, probably because she made herself at home immediately by checking out everything and leaving a present in their yard. She had made her statement that this was where she wanted to be. The future for Aspen was looking wonderful. She was to have some routine surgery to remove a beauty mark from her nose, have her teeth cleaned, and have a small cyst removed from her side. If the cyst was determined to be non-cancerous, she would be off to her new home and a wonderful life. 

Unfortunately, there was a different plan for Aspen. She survived the surgery and was brought back to the kennel to recover. Much to the shock and dismay of all us at Canine Rescue, on June 16, 2015, sweet Aspen went to the Rainbow Bridge shortly after returning to the kennel. It was determined that the cyst removed from her side was a rare form of cancer that caused her to bleed out internally and die. We all mourn the loss of our sweet and lovable Aspen. She now waits at the Rainbow Bridge along with all of the other dogs who have passed before her. Aspen was loved very much by everyone at Canine Rescue. We will see you again, sweet Aspen -- this is not a “Goodbye”, but a “See You Later”...

                                                                                               ~Caroline Blose, Canine Rescue Volunteer