Kris is gone physically from me, but I care for him in my heart every waking moment. He was the 5th Schnauzer I had. Approximately 2 years ago I had to put him to sleep. His sugar count went over 450 and still going up. No hope and I did not want him to suffer. He looked at me as if to say please help me. I miss him so much. He and I was were so close.
He was so smart. He would let me have it when he got mad at me and love me when it was over. Did not last too long. We made up pretty quick. What a friend I had. No one came to close to me and did not touch me, if they did he would let them know about it!
One of the Vet personnel put it "In all the years I worked with pet owners and pets I don't believe I ever saw a friendship as great as the friendship between you and Kris. I could tell that both of you felt anxious until you were re-united with the other each time you had to leave him for his grooming appointments. He knew you were coming back and you knew he was just fine with us but the separation from each other was so difficult for you two."
What a true statment. Kris stopped a person from breaking into our home late one night. He came and got me out of bed, lea me to the window and the police to the place they tried to break in. Thank you Kris.
There are other times he warned us of damage and I loved him even more. I could write more.
Kris was one of a kind and nothing will every take my friend's place.
Love you Kris.
Your Friend Hoyt.
NOTE FROM LINDA AND MAX:
What a beautiful story of friendship, Hoyt. Thank you for sharing that with us.