June 10 1994- March 26 2005
She came into our lives when she was around 4-5 months old.
We were asked to take her in because the person who bought her couldn't take her.
Instead of paying for her she was traded with 3 puppies from her first litter along the way,
and at the same time blessed me with my beloved companion china to whom passed away last year, dog star page 105.
Brandie was my son's, she protected him when needed and always gave us the look do I have to? when he needed her at night cause he was to scared to sleep in his room alone. There was times she would sneak out of his room, and times she would stay the whole night or just go in on her own. She also loved playing the tennis balls, she would be exhausted, but as long as she had that ball she would keep playing or she would go and hide with the ball and chew on it. She was the same way when it came to swim, she loved to swim and we would have to force her out of the water cause she would refuse and bark while tied up so she could go back in. She was a wonderful dog, she always greeted guest at the door. If you were new to the house, she would stick to you like glue so she could become your friend and make sure you were safe to be around the little ones, if you were a guest she saw often, she would come say hi and then go and do what she loved to do, sleep...Although she was a pit bull, she was wonderful to both our children, put up with the tugging, biting, pulling tales and never ever put her teeth on our kids.
We were blessed with 3 wonderful pits, now we are down to one.
Brandie was laid to rest due to her having caner that spread to her liver. She is in a better place and reunited with her daughter china. She is greatly missed by us all. My baby now asks me, where is Lou? is she sick? is Lou upy? and points at the sky. I tell her yes, she is upy, she is with God now and she lives in our hearts and memories.
We love her always, Mom, Dad, Rich, Syl, and her four legged family sister Munchkin, adopted brother Bosley and foster brother Rocket.
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