Sunday, April 14, 2013

Lancelot - Far to Young to Cross the Rainbow Bridge

Lancelot became part of the SA Greys family on March 7th. He was a tall, handsome, black boy and he carried himself with grace. Named "Smoo's Lancelot," he was born on November 24, 2010. He was not a racer; his career consisted of 2 races in Tucson. He was just 2 years and 5 months old.

Shortly after he came to the SA Greys kennel, enlarged lymph nodes were noticed. After tests, he was diagnosed with lymphoma, an aggressive form of cancer. His life expectancy was less than 2 months.

On Friday, Lancelot left the kennel to spend his only weekend enjoying a home and family life with the Hall family. He went on walks, had Dairy Queen multiple times, discovered squeaky toys and slept on his own soft bed. Late Sunday afternoon with Cindy Hall and Liz Troudt by his side, Lancelot crossed over the Rainbow Bridge .

Rest in peace sweet Lance. Your time on this earth was far too short, you touched all our hearts.

Guest Blogger: Liz Troudt, SA Greys Kennel Manager

1 comment:

  1. Thank you to Cindy Hall & Liz Troudt for taking such good care of Lancelot. Fortunately he was able to experience a bit of love before he died. My heart aches for you.


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