They're Waiting For Us

At The

Rainbow Bridge








My Sweetest Angel

Richard Lawrence Norwood

Born December 23, 1951

Died February 4. 1999


Dick was my soul mate. Together since junior high we had been married 29 years when he passed away. He has always been my best friend and we loved sharing life together. He cared passionately about family and friends and considered our dogs among his best friends. He could truly communicate with the animals. He so loved them. He didn't have to say a word. He could speak with his heart, and they knew the kind person he was. They always returned that love ten fold. I know Dick is up there now playing with the dogs we have lost, and waiting until we can all cross the bridge together.

Goodbye to a dear friend.





Am/Can Ch. Mason Dixon's Genuine Dreamer


Bred by Cheryl and Johnny Slavnik this special girl was a multiple group placer. She charmed the judges and all who met her. She is shown here going Best Of Opposite Sex at the 1996 North Central Specialty. Born April 23, 1994 she walked into the path of a car after getting out of a gate left open by a visitor. She died on December 1, 1996.


The Rectory's Wicked Good


Wickie stole my heart and took it with him to the Rainbow Bridge. He died at the young age of 7 months due to complications following surgery to remove a battery he had swallowed. He was bred by The Reverend George and Jackie Sinkinson of The Rectory Kennels

Ebonjacks Sadie Mae


Sadie was our first Bloodhound. She died at just 9 months of age when her heart stopped beating. She showed us how much a Bloodhound could love and entertain. Though only with us for a short time, she left an everlasting impression on our hearts.

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