Goodbye Mr. Stinky Droolface

We said our final goodbyes to Stinky on Friday, when it became apparent that the cancer was hurting too much for the pain meds, and he started throwing up. There are so many things I want to say about this gentle giant, but for once I’m pretty much speechless. Here’s to the world’s biggest lapdog, Mr. Stinky Droolface, aka: Harley the Mastiffosaurus Wrecks.

The following is a WordPress Gallery, which is a fancy, foofy name for a slideshow. Click on any image to start.

Here is Part One and Part Two of Stinky’s Story, if you missed them.

Here’s a video I took a few weeks ago.

18 thoughts on “Goodbye Mr. Stinky Droolface

  1. What a great collection of pictures! What a story it tells. The story is love. Thanks for sharing!
    Monday,Thursday,Friday Kathy


  2. SO Have been there and done that and it is NEVER easy ; those gentle giants are such a presence in our lives. Our love and warm memories go out to all of you…Dawny, Chris & Haley


  3. saying goodbye is never easy. what more can i say? i’ve lost a lot of them, more than one should have in a lifetime. but looking back, i’m glad i had them. now you’re making me cry 😦


    1. Thank you. I was proud to be his Fairy Dogmother.. Sis got his ashes back today from our friend Janelle, (who does pet cremation) in a beautiful urn she made. Dogs are family.


  4. Hello
    We don’t know each other but I have had and now have wonderful old pets and understand what it means when they go. We are not born with them, we choose them or they choose us. Wishing Peace and Light to you and your family.


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