Mr. Levin, I just finished reading your book. I too had to make the same decision as you. My yorkie, Thatcher had a lot of health problems from the time he was 7 and when he was 14, his little body just couldn’t take any more. He has been gone now for over 3 years and even now seldom a day goes by when I don’t shed tears for him. I think about him several times a day and miss him terribly.

So many things in your book touch the root of my soul. The part where you talked about just looking at Sprite and all his details, his fur, his paws, his ears and after he was gone how you missed your walks, your talks, his bark, holding him…I say that all the time – I miss holding Thatcher so much, I miss his bark and his kisses. Thatcher also had a wagging bobbed tail, just like Sprite did. I do believe I will be reunited with him one day, I truly do, but losing your best friend is the hardest thing in the world, especially when you had to make the decision to let him go.

May God Bless you and your family. I’m so glad that you have Pepsi & Griffin in your life.

Thank you for sharing your story about Sprite. He was such a beautiful dog and obviously was meant to be with your family, even if it were for such a short time.

Debbie from GA