This section is devoted to our beloved dogs who are waiting at the Rainbow Bridge. If you would like to include a tribute to your B.O.N.E.S. beagle(s) that crossed to Rainbow Bridge, please send your story and/or photo(s) to email@example.com.
Read all of the tributes by paging through them below or click on a name to go to a specific article.
This beautiful and classy lady touched so many hearts in the brief time she was in the BONES family. Below are just a few of the thoughts and impressions from those who had the pleasure and privilege of being with her for even a short time...
Mary Clare Springer – Leg 1
My family was the first leg of the transport (we picked her up from the shelter) and she kept us laughing the whole trip with her unique little beagle bark. I am very saddened at this news, but am glad that BONES was able to make her last days happy and filled with love.
Leg 3 – Lisa Di Nicola
Your tiny sweet face and beautiful eyes will be in my heart forever. The moment I saw you on that hot sunny day I knew you were special. I wanted to take you home and smother you with kisses and pure love. You tiny little body and gray fur reminded me of my little Annie.
You climbed into my car relieved by the cool air and took a short nap. You still had the BEAGLE in you to look out the window and give me a good howl.
I know you are in a better place but am sad you left ours.
Please look for Annie the Beagle Girl at the Rainbow Bridge she is with Jasper and the rest of our beloved pets. They can show you the best places to sniff, howl and rest in the eternal sun. She will introduce you to the Angels whose only job is to give belly rubs and hide treats in the rolling green hills.
Leg 4 – Tina Bellomy
Baby Girl Angel, I only knew you for a couple of hours, but I am so fortunate to have spent that time with you. You were dainty, delicate, and feeble; yet I could tell there was a bit of spunk left in you. You had a wonderful little girl bark that announced you were there and we should pay attention. You rode quietly in the back seat of my car but when I slowed to go through the Toll Booth on the Mass Pike, you sat up and paid attention. At the transport stops you were interested in walking about, sniffing, having a snack and seeing what each new area had to offer. You have enriched all of us that met you...
Foster Mom - Joyce Armendaris
Baby Girl certainly deserved two and a half days of hugs, pets, wet food, lots of water, more hugs and pets and a nice soft comfortable bed for naps and overnights, and more love. Unfortunately there was virtually no quality left for her so she's in a better place - but what a trooper and sweetheart and I has happy to care for her. THANK YOU to all of you who were part of the transport and care.