Chloe @ Rainbow Bridge

My dog’s name is Chloe, born April 6th 2004 and she passed this morning. She was 12, and was about to turn 13 in April. We’ve had her the entire 13 years too. She was the sweetest lil bundle of joy ever. We adopted her when I was 6, & I am now 19 going on 20 in April. My brother was 3. We grew up with her. We don’t remember life before her.

She absolutely loved car rides. We would roll the window down and let her stick her head out of the window. Her favorite treats were bacon flavored. She loved going outside to run around & play in the backyard. When we’d come home, even if she was the only one home, we’d ring the doorbell & that was our way of telling her that we’re home. She’d run to the front door barking & we’d come inside & she’d just be jumping up on my mom, just super happy that we were home. As if we had been gone for years.

She was beautiful. Silky soft, playful, & loved to cuddle. That was just my Chloe, Silky Terrier.

via Rainbow Bridge Online Instagram @theresqueenbri @claracollymore @bcollymore

View this post on Instagram

Welcome Chloe to Rainbow Bridge Online. My dog's name is Chloe, born April 6th 2004 and she passed this morning. She was 12, and was about to turn 13 in April. We've had her the entire 13 years too. She was the sweetest lil bundle of joy ever. We adopted her when I was 6, & I am now 19 going on 20 in April. My brother was 3. We grew up with her. We don't remember life before her. She absolutely loved car rides. We would roll the window down and let her stick her head out of the window. Her favorite treats were bacon flavored. She loved going outside to run around & play in the backyard. When we'd come home, even if she was the only one home, we'd ring the doorbell & that was our way of telling her that we're home. She'd run to the front door barking & we'd come inside & she'd just be jumping up on my mom, just super happy that we were home. As if we had been gone for years. She was beautiful. Silky soft, playful, & loved to cuddle. That was just my Chloe. @theresqueenbri @claracollymore @bcollymore Silky Terrier #rainbowbridgeonline #rainbowbridge #rip #seeyouontheotherside #silkyterrier #terrier #silky #dog #love #instadog #dogs #pet #petstagram #dogsofinstagram #ilovemydog #dogoftheday #terriersofinstagram #instapet #rescue #adoptdontshop #petsofinstagram #instadogs #doglover

A post shared by Rainbow Bridge Online (@rainbowbridgeonline) on

This post is taken from our Rainbow Bridge Online Instagram Page where you can submit your pets to Rainbow Bridge for free. It is fast becoming the leading pet loss memorial page around the world.

Why not click on the Instagram logo on the bottom right corner to leave a like or a comment for this Rainbow Bridge pet? Your kind words may help someone who is having a hard time right now.

If you know the owner, or you or someone else you know has lost a pet to Rainbow Bridge, maybe consider a Buddy Memorial Pin which you can get through our Online Store?

You may also find words of comfort in my Rainbow Bridge poems The Rainbow Bridge and A Single Tear.

Love and hugs to those waiting at Rainbow Bridge, and the owners who will reunite with them one day. Remember, at Rainbow Bridge, it’s not goodbye, it’s see you later.

#rainbowbridgeonline #rainbowbridge #rip #seeyouontheotherside #silkyterrier #terrier #silky #dog #love #instadog #dogs #pet#petstagram #dogsofinstagram #ilovemydog #dogoftheday#terriersofinstagram #instapet #rescue #adoptdontshop#petsofinstagram #instadogs #doglover

Author: Tony

I am a father, a husband and a dog owner. Like many of you, I love my pets and they are treated as family members. On saying that, if you ask my wife, the order is dogs, daughter and then me but hey, I wouldn’t have it any other way. I write about pet ownership with a slant towards pet loss. Whilst that may sound incredibly depressing to some, I want to focus more on why our pets are so important, the effect they have on our lives and the wonderful memories they create for us. I have been a qualified hypnotherapist since 1999 hence the many references to self-hypnosis as a method of dealing with the pain of pet loss. I know this works so I hope you will give it a try. Please contribute to the success of this website by commenting, liking and sharing. I know this is a community which will spread far and wide, bringing comfort and relief to the many thousands of readers who experience the heartache of pet loss.

This community thrives on comments from people just like you like. Please leave a few words for others to respond to.