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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 tributes@bonesbeagles.org.

Read all of the tributes by paging through them below or click on a name to go to a specific article.

Alexandra Angel (Baby Girl) Autumn Babe Baxter Beagle Billy Beagle
Bo Bob Bobby Boomer Brady Brandi
Brandy Abely Buddy Buddy Bones Castine Cinnamon Clara
Clover Daisy Dina Ethel Bellomy Fitch Frodo Baggins
George George Ginny Golda Gracie Cook Gus
Hanna Hannah Jake Jake and Destiny Jasper Jewel
Jimmy JJ Libby Loo Brew Lucy (Greer) Lucy (Merchan) Lyle
Maggie (Marigold) Mercedes Mickey Webbert Milo Omar Missy Moxie
Muffy Nittany Patty Petey Rigby Rocky
Roscoe Sandy Shelby Shelby Sir Rufus Skippy
Snoopy the Sweetie Sophie T-Bone Teddy Abely Tucker Abely  
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Bob

Bob More than eleven years ago, we rescued Bob the Beagle. I remembered looking at the first pictures of him with his foster parents on a sailboat. I must have been on the phone with his foster mom for two or three hours making sure he wasn't loud or overly active. B.O.N.E.S. claimed he was two years old; I was nervous he would be too puppy-ish.

We decided to go forward and adopt him, a decision I will never regret. I'm not sure who rescued whom! He won over every person who ever met him. He was such a sweet guy.

Much to my boys' displeasure, he became my dog, my protector. He would run and play with them but had to have me in his sight, and would follow me all over the house. Every morning for eleven years, he was my walking partner and confidante. While he was not very at giving advice, he was a great listener through a divorce and our becoming an empty nester. He and I would walk the canal, hike in the forest, and go on various road trips. His unconditional love was never ending.

A year-and-a-half ago my loving boy was diagnosed with diabetes. He was such a trooper with two shots a day and a new diet. No more cookies, cantaloupe, or treats! However, his sugar continued to remain high and he developed other problems. This past October I had to let him go. It was his time.

I want to thank B.O.N.E.S. for allowing my family to give him "a forever home"!

He was truly an incredible addition.

Kim H.