Keavie & Daire @ Rainbow Bridge

“Keavie who strolled across rainbow bridge in 2015 to be with Daire who left in 2009 (aged 8yrs). Keavie is the little terrier and Daire is the boxer.

Keavie at 6 yrs had a big adventure and moved from the UK to Australia and so did Daire. They lived their days having fun in the sun till Daire was taken too soon and keavie lived out her 15 and a half years. With new companions she had mourned for the loss of her best mate. 

Keavie was a beautiful little terrier mix full of attitude and fun a ready to go anywhere dog.

Daire was a handsome boxer boy who was the most loving big hearted dog who was loyal and protective of his family and his best mate keavie. Both were well travelled enjoying holidays in Ireland and all over the UK until the big move down under.” @jude_jw

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Keavie & Daire, welcome to Rainbow Bridge x Keavie who strolled across rainbow bridge in 2015 to be with Daire who left in 2009 (aged 8yrs). Keavie is the little terrier and Daire is the boxer. Keavie at 6 yrs had a big adventure and moved from the UK to Australia and so did Daire. They lived their days having fun in the sun till Daire was taken too soon and keavie lived out her 15 and a half years. With new companions she had mourned for the loss of her best mate. Keavie was a beautiful little terrier mix full of attitude and fun a ready to go anywhere dog. Daire was a handsome boxer boy who was the most loving big hearted dog who was loyal and protective of his family and his best mate keavie. Both were well travelled enjoying holidays in Ireland and all over the UK until the big move down under." @jude_jw

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Author: Tony

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