Rainbow Bridge Memories

This page is dedicated in loving memory to the MNSR alumni who found their forever families and are now waiting for us at the Bridge. 

Rainbow Bridge Stories

Lizzie knew she was home to stay when she visited a neighbor of her foster home, decided she liked what she saw, and moved right in! She loved to play with her frisbee outside, was a daddy's girl and adored mom, too, and she had a very cute habit of making sounds. Everyone loved Lizzie, including some deer that she befriended. Lizzie crossed the Rainbow Bridge on August 19th, 2017. "She was truly a gift to us and we are so appreciative of the wonderful years we had."

When he found his forever family, they called him Sherlock because of his amazing detective work at figuring out which hand held the Cheerios! Sherlock enjoyed playing Frisbee and brought a lot of joy to his family. He crossed the Rainbow Bridge on August 9th, 2017 and though he is very missed, his family is grateful to have been part of his life.

Our thoughts are with Murray's mom - her beautiful boy has crossed the Rainbow Bridge. Murray was adopted in 2007 by a kind woman who not only gave him the opportunity to try lots of fun things, like obedience, agility and rally, she also was sensitive to his needs when an activity was too much pressure or he needed a break. Murray enjoyed playing with his siblings and rolling in the grass. He is very missed. July 25, 2017

Rescued from a shelter in South Dakota, Ozzie had a very happy life with his loving family and Collie sister and Yorkie-Poodle brother for almost 12 years. Ozzie made sure everyone was in their place at bedtime each night. Ozzie crossed the Rainbow Bridge on July 22nd, 2017. His family misses him dearly.