Sampson was 15yrs old and a Samoyed. He passed away 1 week ago today..

by Kimberly F.
(North carolina)

Sampson eating his peanut butter on

Sampson eating his peanut butter on

Sampson eating his peanut butter on Sampson and his daddy..

Sampson loved tootsie roll pops(he was old so he could eat them) he would pick the flavor he wanted and would hold it between front paws and eat it in less than a minute...he also loved peanut butter so we would smear some in the top of an empty p.b.jar and he would hold this as well like the sucker and it would occupy him for a while. Also, we loved to show everyone that came into our home what he could do..Sampson LOVED to "go for a r-i-d-e" in the truck and S.U.V.he thought he was human he had to sit in the front always...and we couldn't say the word (ride) we had to spell it. But he figured it out. He also had his own chair that he loved (a chase). He would run from one end of the house and jump on it and lay down. It didn't matter if someone else had sat there or not!! Then the older he got he couldn't get onto the chair. It was so....sad. I miss him so...much he was my constant companion for 15yrs. Our family is so..sad but, he was in a lot of pain.




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Sampson was 15yrs old and a Samoyed. He passed away 1 week ago today..

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Jun 09, 2012
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by: Anonymous

I can only imagine the emotions you must feel to lose your Sammie. Ours is just two, the life of the party, and we couldn't imagine life without her. She too thinks she's human, and when I leave in the car for a short time, she's in the driver's seat with paws on the steering wheel! She too has her " spot" on the couch. We too have to spell out words like run and park when we talk because she can pick out these words from a conversation in another room and come bounding in all ready to go! Her sense of humor charms us constantly. You must have many precious memories. My condolences.

Jun 09, 2012
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by: Anonymous

I can only imagine the emotions you must feel to lose your Sammie. Ours is just two, the life of the party, and we couldn't imagine life without her. She too thinks she's human, and whe I leave in the car for a short time, she's in the driver's seat with paws on the steering wheel! She too has her " spot" on the couch. We too have to spell out words like run and park when we talk because she can pick out these words from a conversation in another room and come bounding in all ready to go! Her sense of humor charms us constantly. You must have many precious memories. My condolences.

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