|my dog friend, sabi|
so, i had to make the decision to end his life. it was the hardest decision i have ever made.
here i am, clicking out some feelings and memories i have to try to ease my mind. i need to flood my head with happy memories to try to drown out the very fresh memories of his pain and suffering. he was my first baby. i am ill and heartbroken.
|loving my dog|
|my college apartment was 107*|
|sabi with us on a 'walk for life'|
sabi was an amazing hiker. when we would camp together, I would "walk" him by hopping on a motorized vehicle and having him run after me.
he never needed to be on a leash because he was such a faithful companion.
he had always been a smart dude. he would trick his dog siblings into going outside so he could bogart all the food.
he knew how to use angled mirrors to his favor.
he liked to watch television.
he could howl like a siren.
he once ate an entire basket of my sister's panties. haha.
sabi didn't like most dudes. especially ones i had any physical contact with. i took it as an important info when he liked or even didn't mind a dude.
he loved to lick skin.
he would find any crack or crevasse to hide in.
he liked to perch on the backs of couches.
sabi was an epic climbing dog. i took him in every cave, crack, boulder, mountain… on every camping trip… he was such an amazing companion.
he talked constantly. it was great and not so great.
sabi had no problem getting along with other dogs. as long as they didn't try to cross the threshold of my bedroom.
we neutered him when he was 10.
i will never forget the sound of him licking his nuts. constantly. nom nom nom.
…or the sound of him settling: a groan, a chops lick, the sound of the closet doors buckling against his weight.
the way he nosed his food; most times right out of his bowl!
the build up of snow on his paws when we hiked through snow.
sabi's undying love for all things me, so much so that he had to ingest my pants and panties!
the look of love in his eyes as i pet him.
this is a work in progress and i hope i will keep adding memories of him.