Farewell, Sweet Tulley

Tulley 2014In sadness and sympathy we let you know that Tulley crossed the Rainbow Bridge today.

Readers know him as the “mean dog” in our “Mean Dog” series, but Ed and Terri knew him as a dear friend and family member for a good many long and happy years.

Echo and Tulley, a few days ago.

He was a very good boy. He’ll be missed not only by his people, but by his pack. The family has suffered some hard losses of late. Our heartfelt condolences go out to them all.

The pack

Pictured left to right – Meg, Deja, Echo, Wyn, Tulley and Scout.


14 responses to “Farewell, Sweet Tulley

  1. My heart breaks for them!

  2. lovespeed, Tulley ~ run free, sweet boy. biggest, warmest hugs to all your loved ones at this tender time.

  3. We are very saddened at the loss of sweet, beautiful Tulley. Deepest sympathy to Terri, Ed and the Florentino family. From our family to yours, we wish you peace amidst the difficult days ahead. Godspeed Tulley, you will be greatly missed. XO

  4. Oh Terri and Ed, so sorry to hear this news. You gave Tulley a forever love and a forever home. Though you may no longer hold him in your arms Tulley will rest peacefully and lovingly in your heart and soul forever. Tulley, sweet boy, may your eyes shine and your spirit soar as you are set free from your earthly burdens. God bless all of you as you once again journey through such trying times.

  5. RIP Tully , run now in good health.

  6. You, your family, and your gorgeous dogs are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Tom, Cody, and Magic

  7. Terri, so sorry for your loss.

  8. Kari Pietralczyk

    Deepest sympathy to you and your family (especially your husband). I’m so sorry to hear about Tulley. He is at the Rainbow Bridge running and pain free. I believe you will meet again. Nova sends puppy kisses and Dane leans to you. You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

  9. The picture of Tulley and Echo is breathtakingly beautiful. I can not get it out of my mind. The picture speaks volumes of life, love, friendship, devotion, courage, peace and inspiration. Again, Terri, Ed and family…my deepest sympathies on the loss of such an awesome family member.

  10. Terri & family….so sorry for your loss. You gave Tulley a loving home and while he may be gone physically, I am certain his spirit will live on in the many wonderful memories he left you with. RIP Tulley

  11. Tulley was indeed my true side kick….his devotion toward me was real….he and I just truly liked one another 🙂 …..its amazing how one furry four legged friend can impact ones life, but Tulley certainly impacted mine more then he could have even known, and I’m sure he would say the same about me…..I want to thank my wife for her dedicated hours taking care of Tulley up to his last breath as well as everyone’s heart felt support. {Sleep in peace buddy}

  12. Ed, we are so very saddened for the loss of dear Tulley. There are not enough words to express our heartfelt sympathy. We know how much Tulley meant to you and that you were his everything. We can only imagine how much you miss him. He is a tough one to lose. We are just so deeply sorry. RIP sweet Tulley.

    We too appreciate beyond words Terri’s time and dedication in taking care of Tulley. From his earlier years of some much needed training to his last days when he became ill, Terri has kept in touch with me to let us know how he was doing. Thank you once again, it has meant so much.

    Although we had not seen him in some time, Tulley has lived in our hearts since he was a just a little puppy. When he found his way to your home, our prayers were answered. We are eternally grateful for the long and wonderful life Tulley had with you, Terri and your beautiful family.

    Sending love and prayers to you all, the pack included, as you grieve the loss of your beloved Tulley. Peace to you in the tough days ahead.

    In sympathy and friendship,

    Karen, Jim and Morgan

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