Blue Heeler Memorial

This page is dedicated to Nova and Lexx, mother and daughter Blue Heelers, who both died of poisoning in January 2012. Their loving and caring owner, Brenda Hammond, of Alberta, Canada, is heartbroken and needs support for her loss. Any kind words of support I know would be greatly appreciated by her. You can respectfully contact her at nova.lex@hotmail.com.

My own personal support to Brenda is to cry and cry until there are no more tears…then find a new, wonderful, little Blue Heeler pup to love and carry on.

Nova and Lexx

In memory of Nova and Lexx…
“Nova is the 1 that is darker & Lexx is her daughter. I lost Lexx on Jan 12/2012 & Nova on Jan 16/2012 to what my vet thinks they were poisoned. My life is shattered & I’m heartbroken as they were my world & I miss them dearly. They were exactly like you said heelers were like. They followed me everywhere even in the shower.”

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“Never in my life have I ever had such a friendship or unconditional love as what I had with Nova & Lexx.”

Brenda, all of us Blue Heeler fans are sending you healing and love.

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2 Responses to Blue Heeler Memorial

  1. Scott January 28, 2014 at 3:21 pm #

    I just had to put my best friend Shadow, 16 tear old Blue Heeler, to sleep. He traveled with me through many states and many homes. My shattered heart goes out to you having lost your beloved heelers before their time.

    As the plaque on my friend Shadow reads…Our Travels Are Over For Now.

  2. Betsy Christie November 9, 2014 at 7:29 am #

    My heart goes out to you. I had a beautiful “bluey” named Sadie, who was born deaf (purebred)..apparently it is quite common in Heelers. She was a beautiful dog and we learned to communicate by sign language. At the age of 12 she was diagnosed with lymphoma. I was heartbroken and tried alternative and conventional medicine but had to make the terrible decision to have her put to sleep. That was 6 years ago and I still shed a tear. I have since been blessed with another blue named Dulcee. She is beautiful too but a much more bossy nature which is very characteristic of the breed. I live in Australia and have had alot to do with them. I love this breed. Time does heal but you never forget. They always hold a special place in your heart.

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