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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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Babe

Babe SSB Babe passed away on 12/12/17 at the age of 15 and 2 months.

Babe came into our home in the winter of 2013 as just another foster. It didn't take long for her sweet, lovable, affectionate, smart, playful and silly personality to win over our hearts and just like that, we foster failed. The last 4 years were so joyous with her in our family. We had a special bonded connection like no other. We did almost everything together, and there wasn't anything that I wouldn't do for her.

Babe made friends everywhere we went, both human and four legged. She insisted on meeting every dog she saw, and would ensure the meet happened by slamming on her breaks until they came to her. She captivated everyone with her big beautiful brown eyes and finished the job with either a gentle play or some sweet affection. In true beagle fashion.

She loved the outdoors and going for walks. As she aged, they became more of what I called a "sniff and stroll" but we'd still go out daily and she loved it. She was also just as happy snuggling on the couch with us under a warm blanket. Up until age 14 you'd never guess her age. She could out run and out play dogs half of her age.

Babe was tough as nails and a fighter. We almost lost her last year to pneumonia and a paralyzed esophagus. It was a long and not easy road, but she came out of that and we were blessed to have her in our lives for another entire year. After that it was one health issue after another but she fought through and beat every one, until she couldn't fight anymore. Words can not describe the heart ache and emptiness we feel for her loss. I'm lost without my beautiful little shadow.

I'll forever miss our daily walks, trips to the park and farmers markets, car rides, gathering with family and friends, watching you play with other dogs, your gentleness with children, your impatient dinner cries, how you destroyed a toy with precision in under 2 minutes, how smart you were and how quickly you learned something new, how you let me dress you up every Halloween and even seemed to enjoy it, your patience with me always having a camera in your face, your beautiful face and doggy smile, and so much more.

Michelle and Jason