RIP, Jeter

A sad day, Bernie says, in Piqua, Ohio. A fire broke out in a house where all the people were sleeping. Jeter, a Great Pyrenees the family got from a shelter, woke everybody up in time for them to run to safety, but he himself didn’t make it. “Let’s have a thought for Jeter,” Bernie says, so I will.

Tomorrow – back to the petroglyphs, and what about the Greed Case?

Sunday June 14, 11:30-3:30: The Hounds at Highfield –¬†www.highfieldhall.org. This is in Falmouth MA and features a vendor with homemade ice cream cones for dogs (thanks Roxy!).

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6 Responses to “RIP, Jeter”

  1. ALR
    3:33 am on June 12th, 2009

    Ahh, Jeter, a very good dog. May he romp and play where he now resides. His family will remember the blessings of Jeter forever.

  2. Darlynne
    5:55 am on June 12th, 2009

    And that is so like a Pyr, selfless to the end. We'll be thinking about him.

  3. C. Harris
    6:18 am on June 12th, 2009

    I live in a small town up north and at various times family dogs have saved their families from house fires. When that happens, there is always a big, front page article with photos in the local paper "above the fold." Often the dogs are rescued shelter dogs. I always send the clippings to my friend in LA. I don't think the LA Times have ever recognized a dog on its front page! My friend sends the clippings to various LA dog rescue organizations depending on the breed mentioned.

    Dogs are particularly fine animals.

  4. Siberian Husky
    8:42 am on June 12th, 2009

    I'm going to make a donation to a local rescue group in memory of Jeter. I can think of no better way to honor a hero who has gone to Rainbow Bridge. It's a wonderful place to wait for our humans. There will be sheep for Jeter to watch over, perps for Chet to catch, snow for me, and ribs for all of us!

    Your Friend,

    snowdog

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