Estelle sadly passed over the rainbow bridge on Saturday, September 28th after a brave fight with a mast cell tumor.

She was rescued from a horrible hording situation in Monmouth County in 2011 and because of her early years there was an extremely shy girl.  She was rescued by Rawhide at 5 years old and was adopted by her foster Mom shortly after that.   She lived a content, happy life for the last 7-1/2 years with her canine brother and sister.

Although Estelle never fully got over her shyness, she did enjoy water and came out of her shell when she was in a pool or swimming in a stream with her canine pals.    She would also come out after everyone was asleep and run up and down the halls with her favorite toy which was a shower puff taken from the bathtub.

She was a very special girl who will be very much missed by her foster Mom all those who got to know her.

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Because of the dogs' joyfulness, our own is increased. It is no small gift.  It’s not the least reason why we should honor as well as love the dog of our own life, and the dog down the street, and all the dogs not yet born. What would the world be like without music or rivers or the green and tender grass?  What would this world be like without dogs