Blue crossed the rainbow bridge on April 8th, 2023. We are so saddened by the lost of our friend, and family member. I know from recently losing my Dad that he was there to greet Blue upon his arrival, he is not alone. I know my Dad is spoiling him with walks, bones, and pigs ears as we speak.
Blue was not only my best friend, but he was also my son and first child. I always told him that he was my favorite person, a title he was so easy to share with his new Baby sister Emma. He loved Emma so much. Blue was my protector through it all, especially when I was pregnant with Emma. He started sleeping in bed with my boyfriend Kevin and I, in fact he slept in bed from then on.
Not only did I lose him, now I lost the little piece of my Dad that I had left. For only a parent and a dog can love you more than they love themselves.
Blue was my best friend, my son, my protector, my shoulder to cry on, my cuddle buddy, my coworker, my sidekick, and my little fighter.
Anyone who says diamonds are a girl's best friend has never owned a Pitbull. Blue was my gentle giant. Anyone who has ever been weary of the Pitbull breed needed to meet Blue because he showed so many people how loving, affectionate, and awesome he was.
We plan on sprinkling some of Blue’s ashes in his favorite places, the park, the beach, the trail and keeping the rest of him at home. I’ll always eat a T-Bone or Porterhouse steak for you on your birthday, October 31st, since that was your favorite present. I’ll miss you so much during Christmas time and our family photos.
The hardest part of losing him is that I have no one to lick the tears away, as he always did. I’ve loved him his whole life and I’ll miss him for the rest of mine. He’s no longer following me around and by my side, but he’ll forever be a part of my heart. They say dogs leave footprints on your heart, but my dog also left one on my arm. His paw print is tattooed on me for life. You’ll forever be a part of me buddy, until we meet again my handsome boy! Love you Blue.