When Evan was born, Triscuit was very curious about him but grew to love him, even if he did pull her leash on the walks because at the end of the day, he gave her tons of table scraps.
She was the best dog that I have ever met and I feel so fortunate to have known her. She showed me patience, calm, and unconditional love. She will be forever my beloved girl who brought a smile to my face everyday.
Her last moments in life were around 230pm today (October 15th) with me and Amy by her side. The neurologist found a tumor in her spine that was causing Triscuit to lose function of her tail and her back legs, and soon other parts of her body. Since her quality of life was really bad and the fact they could not operate, we made the decision to give her the peace she deserved. She was calm and at peace right until her last breath. She was one of a kind and I will miss her forever. Thanks to everyone who offered to watch the cats, Evan, brought us food, and sent positive thoughts.
Tonight I will eat a hotdog and a piece of cheese then take a walk because I know that is what my beautiful girl would want more than anything in the world. I will miss you Triscuit!