I met my wife at our 20 year high school reunion. We were both single and 40 when we met one another. She had a 10 year old Cockapoo named Jesse, who was hand fed his dinner; had is feet wife before re-entering the house on rainy days; nipped at her heels if she forgot a treat when she left each day for work, or if he didn’t get one ‘before bed’.
I knew I had my work cut out for me to take his place.

We were set to be married after 2 years but found out that he had bladder cancer. Jesse lived for another 4 month, and I’d grown to love him just as my wife had for 13 years. We made the painstaking decision to end his suffering, and on a rainy, dreary Nov. 13, 1997 we sat with Jesse when the vet administered the medicine that would end his suffering. It took 3 years for my wife to be able or pet another dog. She cannot read these, nor watch an interview with Dr. Levin without crying, even now when our loss of Jesse 10 years ago. I ordered Sprite with the hope that she will be able to read it without too much pain.

Craig from PA