Over the weekend we said good-bye to a dear extended family member, at almost 14-years buddy the Beagle went to heaven. Although he had grown old in age, in our minds eye he was, and always will be, a puppy so full of life and love. He was my aunt’s dog and he was oh so loved from the day she brought him home.
He adored walks in the woods by his house and playing in his big backyard. He loved cuddling by the fire and cookies before bed. He was our little Buddy and we will always remember him that way. We miss you little guy! Rest in paradise sweet boy.
So for this week, we thought we might watch All Dogs Go To Heaven in his honor. Because all dogs do go to heaven, and we know he’s up there eating a feast right now.
Movie Monday: All Dogs Go To Heaven
Year released: 1989
Breeds in movie: Cartoon characterizations of a German Shepherd/ Collie mix, Dachshund, Irish Setter, Whippet, Bulldog, & a Collie
Notes: All Dogs Go To Heaven is an animated family movie portraying a lesson about honesty, loyalty, and love. Almost musical in nature, there is a great deal of lively singing and dancing as only animated caricatures can pull off. The movie tells the story of a vivid German Shepherd Collie mix named Charlie who is murdered but returns from Heaven to avenge his death. Along with his best friend, a Dachshund named Itchy, an orphan named Anne-Marie, and a whole host of colorful characters their adventure unfolds.
Paw rating: 4 paws up