Run with Harley, Lola

Barbara Niven is a very kind and caring woman, and she is also an advocate for dogs. We saw her recently at the Hero Dog Awards and she asked to get a photo with Dan and I – and of course we were very honored! Barbara and I talked about our dogs and she showed me a photo on her phone of her bed with a small pen set up on it. The pen allowed her dogs to sleep with her, yet prevented them from falling during the night. I love her for sharing that with me … I could certainly relate. Oh, the things we do for our dogs!!

Sadly, on November 3rd Barbara’s precious Chihuahua, Lola, crossed the Rainbow Bridge and Barbara’s been on my mind a lot because of that. I know how loved and cherished Lola was. I think of what Dan told me after Harley passed away, “We wouldn’t feel this pain if we hadn’t experienced the love … and we would not have given up the love for anything in the world.”

I hope Lola and Harley have met by now and are enjoying a romp in the Heavens together.

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10 comments

  1. Harley always lent a calming paw to the arriving Mill Dogs. I bet he was there to give his sweet love and warm kisses to Lola when she arrived.
    RIP Lola

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  2. How sweet. Our Lumas and Matea are watching out for Harley, Lola and many other loved ones at the Bridge. I know that. Lola was so cute. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. Oh sweet Lola. Rest in Peace little one. My heart aches for you Barbara. Feel better knowing she’s with Harley and my own Hammer now. ❀️

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  4. remember the love that is all we can do – we know are loved ones were cherished in life and never forgotten

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  5. So sorry to hear about the loss of Lola. She will be missed by many and I know how her mom’s heart must ache. I am sure Harley was there to meet pretty little Lola and show her around until she can see her mom again

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  6. I am so sorry to hear about Barbara’s loss. Its so hard to lose our little companions and friends…members of the family no doubt. Rest in Peace sweet Lola….

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