R.I.P. Freddy Von Schnauzer! 11 Years 3 Months 12 days. 9-11-18

Morning Folks!

Every morning I gave Freddy Von Schnauzer big hugs and kisses and told him: "Every day is a Good Day with Freddy" He even had is own song!

It's not a good day today and it won't be a good day tomorrow. My heart is broken! :-(

August 4, 2007 Baby Pic

And our very last really good Picture together July 3rd.

 

Rick Schwartz



31 thoughts on “R.I.P. Freddy Von Schnauzer! 11 Years 3 Months 12 days. 9-11-18

  1. Garett

    Sorry Rick, we lost our little dog too last year after being with us for 16 years. It was definitely a hard time to go through for everyone in our family, and I wish you the best during this time.

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  2. ss

    Very sorry for your loss of Freddy. My rescued Wheaten Terrier mix is my life. Dogs are the best, but all animals deserve a long life. #GoVegan

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  3. Joe Styler

    I am sorry to hear about that. It is never easy to lose your dog. I hope you’re doing ok. Hang in there.

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  4. Ed

    Sorry to hear that Rick.

    I have been there quite a few times myself and it is very tough.

    R.I.P Freddy

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  5. Mark

    Sorry to hear about that Rick, its always tough to loose part of the family. It was his time and you did all you could do…

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  6. Arpen Tucker

    Sorry for your loss Rick

    Sadly, this is why I have never owned a pet. I couldn’t handle the loss.

    RIP Freddy

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  7. SteveD

    Rick – Schnauzers are the best and I know your loss. We had a schnauzer with heart problems and the vet said only 11 or 12 years. But she made it to 17yr 10mo. I saw her fading that final day and grabbed her ear. Last thing she ever heard? I love you…

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  8. Bob Broxton

    Rick:

    So sorry for your loss.

    Thanks for sharing the pictures. It should give you comfort that Freddy went knowing your unconditional and total love for him.

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  9. RIch Leto

    Dear Rick,

    I am so very sorry for your loss :( Rest in peace ~ Freddy Von Schnauzer.

    Growing up in a house with pets and having a sweet Labradoodle now has taught me what unconditional love truly is…it’s such an amazing feeling!

    There are no words can describe the feeling of joy and deep love we all experience when we are with them, cuddling and playing.

    Unfortunately, they must leave us one day and those feelings of emptiness and heart wrenching sadness are always hard, but with GOD’s love, we heal and cherish the love and wonderful memories we had with them.

    Thoughts and prayers to you. God bless and be well.
    ~Rich Leto

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  10. Anita

    Awwwww Rick, so so sorry for your loss!! I am glad that Freddy gave you so many good days and so much love. Dogs have such a way with love right? :( :( Reminds me of my little Archie when I was a teen… broke my heart such that I never could get a dog again.
    Good memories are always worth keeping close!
    Hugs! Tc.

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  11. Blu

    I am so sorry for your loss Rick! I’ve lost a few over the years, and it never gets easier. Many friends who don’t have pets say to me, “why do you have pets when you suffer so much after they pass?”
    They just don’t get it at all. Our best fur friends give us so much more than we could ever give them in the short time they’re with us. They also teach us many things our human friends never can. That love is unconditional. Try getting that from a human!? Rest In Peace Freddy Von Schnauzer!

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  12. Vito

    Sorry for your loss Rick.

    Reading all of your posts and all of your references of him and seeing all the pix you posted of Freddy, everyone can tell Freddy was extremely spoiled and loved dearly by you.

    I believe you gave him one of the best possible lives any pet could have ever had.

    Vito

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