All about Taz
These days you hear a lot about the term ‘dog whisperer’ and most people associate the term with one particular dog trainer, Cesar Milan. Many people think that he created the term when in fact this is false. The term dog whisperer is actually a term borrowed from horse training, where certain trainers or horse whisperers seemed to be able to get horses to calm down and accept training or accept a rider on their backs. Their methods were often ‘quiet’ (as opposed to more traditional punitive techniques) to an observer as these trainers seemed to get results from quiet whispers. These days though, the term has been diluted and many people use the term loosely.
- Dee Nelson
- Province, Country:
- AB, Canada
- Siberian Husky
- Date of Birth:
- Dec 25, 2004
- Date of Death
- Feb 26, 2006
- Not Provided
- Coat Colour:
- Eye Colour:
- Blue / Brown
On Sunday Feb 26 my world stopped & my angel was gone.
You had come home with us at 6 weeks & since that time had become my everything. You were mommies helper - either doing laundry, gardening, making supper, chasing the vacuum or sleeping in on weekends.
Words can not express how much I miss seeing your fuzzy face first thing in the morning & last thing at night or your doggie breath kisses to tell me you loved me.
You lived only 2 short years - but you left us with a lifetime of memories.
The 1st used to be so much fun - first night we brought you home, 1st walk, 1st time you didn't squat to pee - but managed to pee on your front legs & then shook daddy's hand, 1st bath, 1st night you got into bed on your own or made it up the stairs without being carried & how happy & proud you were to get on the couch all by yourself - Oh I miss our happy 1st!!
It's the 1st's now that I'm finding so hard - the 1st morning waking up without you hogging the bed, at Tim's Horton's & you not placing your tim bit order, the 1st day coming home at lunch & you not meeting me with a kiss & a stretch having just got out of bed and the 1st time coming home at night & not seeing your face in the window wondering what I'd picked up for you & telling me how much you missed me, or the happy voice & kiss that you would meet your many aunt's & uncle's at the door with.
You will forever be - mommies little man & daddies champion!
A friend sent us this card for Taz -
Rather than mourn the absent of the flame - Let us celebrate how brightly it glowed - that was my Tazzle!