Rainbow Bridge (A tribute to those Dragonpatch pups that have crossed the bridge but never leave our hearts)

PD or “Puppy Dog” was always Case’s true name. Those that loved him called him with respect. Mr. PD. What a handsome fella and dearly loved by Tom and Ember until the day he left. RIP big fella.

Haley – sadly missed by the Weber family.

Claymore – sadly missed by Tom and Ember.

Dondi – the Dragonpatch house dog.

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Wendy, the beach bum who captured the heart of Tom and Kathy. Little Wendy Lu Who was her nick name. She would melt your heart.Wendy

Spencer may be the only Sable dog produced at the Dragonpatch. Owned and adored by the Weber family in Erie PA, he lived a long and happy life. Dearly missed by friends and family

Audrey was truly Seth’s dog. She followed him to bed each evening and wouldn’t come out until he was asleep. Seth’s first real job was the local Burger King, and he loved his Pudge very much. Giving his line of work and Audrey’s love of BK food, her nickname of PUDGE was an easy one.

Orrie was the first Blue Merle to reside at the Dragonpatch. As a young man he moved to New York state with his favorite person VICKI, whom he loved and adored for many years. No one was as important to Orrie as Vicki was.

Flash left his best friend Alan in New Jersey far to early. Here he is with a little friend. He was an awesome pup.

On Memorial Day 2012, this handsome fella decided it was time to cross the bridge and be with his special dad. Although he left Diane behind, she loved this boy with all her heart and will forever remember the wonderful times she shared with this dear little boy. Rest In Peace Bentley.

Yet another Dragonpatch pup made her way to the other side today. Clementine was loved by the Harvey family in Ohio and after 9 years of fun and adventure, Clem succumb to kidney failure. We all say a pray for her. God Bless you Clem

Pretty Little Clementine

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Deborah and ever faithful Simon, the King of the Dragonpatch.  He will never be forgotten by those that knew him.

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At the end of March in 2013 we lost our “Boo Dog”  She would hide in the closet or under the bed and thump her tail if called out for her. Like a kid saying “BOO” when hiding. Xena was Ch. Dragonpatch Warrior Princess and made us soooooooooooo proud over the years. But the best was her time with the Rosen Family who loved and adored this pretty girl and always treated her like the princess she was. We think we can hear her tail thumping now from across the bridge. Silly Boo Dog, we’re coming soon enough!

Dragonpatch Benny and the Jets
Dragonpatch Benny and the Jets

Jean Daniels and her family had the pleasure of loving dear Benny for nearly 15 years. A handsome red boy who stole her heart more than once. Her grandson adored this boy and will not be soon forgotten. It saddens us to see these elder statesmen passing, but with the help of the healing hand, we can be consoled in knowing that the Rainbow Bridge will forever keep them in our hearts.

SWEET ELLIE,   enjoying a well deserved rest in the car.
SWEET ELLIE, enjoying a well deserved rest in the car.

CH Dragonpatch Poetry In Motion   (Ellie)

Beautiful Miss Ellie left us on March 14th 2014. She was the first Cardigan our very good friends Scott and Linda Smith owned and cherished. The day we met Linda we knew her heart was full of love for Ellie. They have been the very best of friends and confidants for many years. Ellie was an AKC Champion and was the mother of a litter of gorgeous pups. Some of them became Champions as well. But her true role in life was being the Corgi Queen of the Smith household. We doubt anyone will every be able to fill those empty royal slippers. A pretty brindle girl whose eyes would sparkle when you cheered for her in the show ring. She will be sadly missed, gone but never forgotten.    Bye Bye Ellie Bean, keep the boys inline on that rainbow bridge.

They just don't come any sweeter than Samantha. God Bless her
They just don’t come any sweeter than Samantha. God Bless her

Ch Dragonpatch Black Magic (Samantha)

This girl was all lady. Refined and dignified yet loving and sweet. Producing champion puppies for us while maintaining her role as a true Dragonpatch dog. She lived the good life with her best friend Carol and her departure left a deep hole in the hearts of those that knew her. Content to cuddle on the couch with you or venture on a long nature walk, this girl had eyes that could melt the toughest heart. Dearly loved and forever missed, this lady of the Dragonpatch was a special dog to many of us. Sweet Dreams Samantha, we will all see again on the Rainbow Bridge.

Bama Rainbow Bridge
To date dear Bama, lived longer than any other Dragonpatch Pup. Passing at the ripe at of 18. No doubt due to the deep love and affection his family had for him.

 

For 18 years this handsome blue boy know as Dragonpatch Blue Sky of Bama was loving adored by John & Geraldine in Patchogue, New York. Named for the state they loved, Alabama.  He was an important part of their lives and brought them much love. Truly an amazing boy that proved how love can make the world seem just a little better. Sadly he is gone now, but will live forever in the hearts of the Dragonpatch. Roll on BAMA, Roll on.

 

CH Gywndon of Dragonpatch
CH Gwyndon of Dragonpatch

Nearly 14 years ago we were so excited about an up coming litter of blue puppies.  Momma Xena struggled hard and we were blessed with two blue boys.  One died at birth, something we still have a hard time dealing with, the other was strong and oh so handsome. This was our first experience with a singleton puppy.  It was truly an adventure.  Wyn was always about him.  He was good looking an knew it.  Girls found him attractive. He finished his championship easy and was a quality stud dog too.  Morgan at  the Horan house is a fine example and best friend Dulcie was a girl friend of Wyn.

He and Simon on the other hand weren’t to happy about another boy in the house.  The decision to find him a forever home found us.  Dear friend Carol Farrell fell in love with this little imp.  She fawned over Wyn and gave him a life we could only dream of.  He had it good and knew it.

Sadly Wyn crossed the bridge to once again bark at his old girl friend Samantha.    He was a stunning boy.  Farewell my little blue boy now you can lick the face of God.  He likes Cardis too.

Lick in Peace Wyn

Dragonpatch is missing you

 

 

Awstin was a stunning handsome boy
Awstin was  stunning
What an absolutely handsome boy
Awstin, “Dragonpatch Prince of Peace”
Sandie and Awstin waiting for Dad to come home
Sandie and Awstin waiting for Dad to come home

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Awstin was a handsome red boy that lived with Brian and Danielle in one of the most loving homes we know. Awstin was famous for his love of licking Brian’s toes.  A special member of the family who made their house a home with his silly ways.  Photos say it all, you can see the love in his eyes. He will be sadly missed but no doubt never forgotten. If only all of us could have been loved as much as Awstin was.

Emmett lived a great life with Caroline and Jim Berry in Niagara Falls NY. A touching letter from them stated, “from day one, Emmett was a perfect fit and thereafter he gave us much more than we ever expected, Who knew Emmett could swim until he jumped in to the Canal and paddled away, We acquired Ginger as a friend dog to keep Emmett on his toes. They bonded immediately and she never stopped keeping him as active as possible. We mourn the loss but celebrate the time and memories spent with our Emmett. Thank you Dragonpatch for giving us such “Magical Corgis”.

 

DARBY, DARBY, DARBY  DOO. momma sure loves you.

DarbyStan and Linda adored and cherished this little girl so much. The loved her with all their hearts and went above and beyond to make a good life for her. Darby loved them intensely in return and an empty spot will forever remain in their hearts with the loss of this sweet little girl. We will forever remember Darby Doo.

 

 

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Here is Roxanne, a sweet loveable girl that captured the heart of Megan. Megan was kind of enough to provide us with these wonderful photos. She said, As you can imagine, most of the pictures I have of her were captured when she was asleep.  While awake, she rarely sat long enough for me take a proper non-blurry photo.

I adore the first image because it is a fabulous moment when I was able to capture a direct image of her sweet face — her freckles, those fabulous ears, and her dark, soulful eyes.

The second image always makes me smile!  She was always far happier with a “lovey” at her side.  This particular toy was given to her by my brother.  He adored Roxie as much as I did and still do.  He loved to spoil her with affection, gifts, and treats. ❤️. “Chewie” was a Christmas gift.

Looking at images of her has been wonderfully therapeutic.  I have laughed and cried as I have scrolled through the photos and remembered the magical memories that accompanied them.

Thank you for sharing such a special girl with me.  My life was truly blessed during our ten years together.

Love,
Megan

 

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Dragonpatch Big Bad Buckaroo

Buck was one handsome fella. His name says he was big and bad, but in reality he was a sweetheart. His best friend was Rosie his female counterpart. As you can see from his photo, Buck was well loved and cared for by Jim and Lisa Kayes. How could anyone resist that Corgi look. It is so sad that this fella left his family so soon. The heartbreak will last for a long time over Buck’s passing. We are so proud of how wonderful he turned out and how much Jim and Lisa adored him. His papa Simon will be glad to greet him on the Rainbow Bridge and show him good life.   Rest is Peace Dear Buckaroo.

 

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