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Thank you Sheltie Nation

A heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone who left comments or emailed me personally about my beloved Trevor.

The well wishes mean the world to me, as only other Sheltie parents can understand the magnitude of the loss I am feeling.  Your outpouring of support has been a great comfort.

I am also grateful to all of you for your patience as I’ve worked up the courage to go “back to work”.  The depth of my grief has been hard to overcome, but all your email’s asking when I would be coming back reminds me that this site is very much missed!

I think tomorrow is a great way to start back up.  Everyone loves a fuzzy puppy.

So today I hope you don’t mind indulging me in another photo of Trevor.  This is one of my favorite photos of him and one of his squeaky bees.  He LOVED his squeaky bees & I knew if he was having a good day if he carried one outside with him.  The smile on his face here is almost as big as the bee’s.

I miss you sweetie pea.

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  1. When we adopted Bandit, his “Mom” gave us one of the bees that they’d just bought for their trio of pups. Bandit would carry that thing around the yard squeezing it. “Eek, eek, eek, eek . . . ” That was all you could hear. And we’d chase him to try to get it but Bandit, thinking it was a game, would just keep running and dodging away from us!
    Memories – a precious thing to share. Thanks for sharing yours!

  2. I am so glad to see you back.Beautiful picture of you beloved and cherished friend Trevor..Welcome back Kelly!

  3. Thank you for coming back. I love my daily dose of sheltie.
    Trevor looks so kind and lovely in this photo. It is hard not to smile back at him.

  4. Welcome Back!
    Yes, love hurts when they depart but thankfully you have wonderful memories of that wonder dog of yours.
    I still keep in my folder that cute photo of Toby and Trevor with those sad faces looking out window! It’s precious!! Gee, I bet he even lovingly forgave you for that picture taken of him in that yellow slicker with tiny anchor… come on that was funny…and silly…. remember? Was it Grotons? Thanks for sharing them with us. Sending you love and strength, Marsha

  5. Trevor look so happy there with that big smile! I’ve got my buddy Jake next to me and gave him a big hug when I say your post.
    Hang in there!

  6. every bee you ever see will bring a smile….and although we can never, ever have them long enough their love is eternal and ever present in our lives.
    It’s a wonderful photo.

  7. Welcome back good sheltie-friend!! You have been greatly missed, but we do understand the time needed for you to regather your thoughts and have some healing time….we empathize!!!

  8. I was so sorry to hear of your loss- I had not idea. I am glad you are back- you and Sheltie Nation are such a art of my day….It is amazing how you miss something when you don’t have it…..just remember Trevor is your guardian angel now.

  9. Thank you for coming back. I have really missed Sheltie Nation. We love seeing Trevor’s beautiful photos and hope you will post more whenever you so desire. We have 6 shelties who have crossed over the bridge and hope they are happily playing with your Trevor.

  10. Please post more pictures of Trevor, if it doesn’t make you too sad. I couldn’t look at Pokie’s pictures for a while after he died, and it still makes me sad. I know how much you miss him … and I love his squeaky bee! So cute. I’d love to see more of him (and I’m sure your other fans would as well). He is so adorable and had the best owner and friend he could ever have in you.

  11. I’m so glad you feel strong enough to come back. I love that picture of Trevor. His expression reminds me so much of my Andy, who passed in 2007.

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