We adopted Izzy from Bideawee in September 2008. In July of 2008 my family went to Bideawee just to visit with the puppies. I remember telling my boys that we were there only to look and we would not be bring home any dogs. Well once we got there and saw Izzy with her brothers and sisters, there was just something about her that my family fell in love with and as they say, the rest is history. Izzy and my middle son were inseparable, but once he went away to college she became mine. She was my shadow, she followed me all around the house all the time. She was always at the door to greet me when I came home. I could have just went to the store for 10 minutes, she would greet me as if I was gone all day. I would speak to her and I know that she understood everything I said. She gave us all unconditional love and I miss her so. We tried to fight her cancer, but it was so aggressive and took her from us way too soon. She will always be a part of our family and the only consolation that I have is that she is no longer in pain and can now run and jump as much as she likes . I love you Izzy.