COLORADO'S SILVER CREEK'S MEMORIAL'S  

    THIS PAGE IS DEDICATED TO ALL THE TRULY 

     WONDERFUL DOGS THAT HAVE TOUCHED 

           MY LIFE AND ENRICHED IT SO MUCH.

              THEY ARE GONE, BUT NEVER WILL
                     
                          THEY BE FORGOTTEN.
  June 9, 2004  TO  November 17,2008
NIKKO was my loving, sweet boy. He was an highly intelligent male, who was  a true joy to have in my life.  Like his Mother, Lexie, he was an exceptional dog and  his loss is clearly felt. 
NIKKO   
ANYA
   OCTOBER 24,2000 TO  MAY 21, 2007 

Anya was my Lexie's first born.  She was independent, head strong and loved being considered the baby.  Her nick name was "Brat" and she took pride in it.
She was as loving as she was ornery and was  truely a free Spirit.
 LEXIE
     MARCH 28, 1998 to NOVEMBER 20,2009

Lexie was my first German Shepherd Dog and the
Love of my life.   She was the most exceptional girl and had the patients of a saint.   She taught me the true joy of sharing one's life with such a loving and giving creature.  She will forever be in my thoughts and my heart.


Argus came into my life just days after I lost Nikko.  He was a smart, loving and sweet little man. I had no idea that our time together would be so short. His death was unexpected and sudden.  He died of Septicemia.  There was no explanation on how he contracted this aggressive blood infection.
  Argus
 OCTOBER 02,2008 TO MARCH 25, 2009
Elsa
 May 30,2003  to  June 14, 2011
Elsa was Anya's daughter.  Unlike her Mother, she was eager to please and a very sweet girl.  She was a great mother to all her pups.  She started out very fearful, but as she matured, she came into her own.  She was very friendly and accepting of all who entered our home. Everyone who met her, loved her.  She will be missed.
 Raina
June 04, 2004   To  April 14, 2016
Raina was a daughter of Lexie, sister to Nikko
and Mom to Yanna and Gunnar.  She was a
sweet and gentle soul accepting to all who entered our home.  She was a great mom to all
her pups and loved caring and watching over the other girls little ones. She was an absolute 
Joy.  I will miss her.