On this day in 1998 (we think), a little dog was born, then abandoned in a shelter for unknown reasons. For us it was love at first woof, and so we named this happy boy Jerry G Dawg. Little did we know he would grow up into a sweet, loving ramblin’ pup who touched the hearts and lives of thousands of pawrents around the world after he lost his leg to osteosarcoma.
Jerry showed everyone that even when faced with adversity, there is no such thing as pity, anger, regret or sadness. He taught us to move on and not let anything get in your way of having fun.
With unstoppable energy and never-ending determination, Jerry showed us how to live life to the fullest. And play. A LOT!
Today through bittersweet, happy tears, we send our hearts and love across the Universe all the way to the Rainbow Bridge, where Jerry is partying with all our Tripawd heroes, whose legacies remind us each and every day to never forget these important lessons.
4 thoughts on “Have a Jerry (Birth)Day!”
jerry, I had to put Annie down 2 5 2015. She beat the cancer it wasn’t bone cancer then 2 weeks latter they found a different cancer on her spleen and a tumor on her lung.I know she is with our LORD in heaven.Good luck every one with your canine kids. GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU. bILL elliott
Their Legacies continue on!! Please show Barty all the good spots and teach him the Chicken Dance,please…you will see he is an excellent dancer!!
Darcy & Angel Bart
Happy Hippy Hoppy Birthday Jerry G Dawg! You are now and furever our inspawration and your leg-a-cy continues through WRD and ALL of us. The whole dang Tripawd Nation is celebrating today in your honor!!!! Pleeeeeze say hey to Rosa She Who Came Before Us and share a piece of birthday cake with her ’cause its her birthday too!
xoxoxox and most respectfully yours,
Codie Rae and the Oaktown Pack