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Remembering Lindie

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RIP Lindie the dog, who loved "chasing soccer balls, fetching sticks, fishing and really honestly, absolutely everything life had to offer."

It is with great sadness that we announce Lindie ‘Psycho Killer’ Filion crossed the rainbow bridge peacefully Friday April 30th in the arms of her best friends, she was 13 years old. 

Born on January 23rd, 2008 at 6:47a.m. Weighing a whopping 10 oz. This tiny but mighty puppy didn’t realize the pawprint she would leave on this world and her mama’s heart.

Lindie was the daughter of Skyla Arnold and had seven colourful siblings. She was adopted as a puppy by her loving dog mom, Chantal Filion. 

She is survived by her Memere, Papa, Auntie, her adored cousins and her loving best friends, Bandit, Luna and Darryl.

Lindie’s favourite activities were chasing soccer balls, fetching sticks, fishing and really honestly, absolutely everything life had to offer. 

Lindie has always loved being outside. Her curiosity for nature never ceased to amaze us. Lindie always loved going to Lake Penage where she could chase squirrels, pee on everything and go for the most amazing boat ride adventures. 

Lindie loved to unwrap her own presents. Especially if they were soccer balls. 

Her favorite pastime was barking. If there was any fun to be had, you can count on fun-police Lindie to bark and break that fun up, because let’s face it, only SHE was allowed to have fun. 

Man that little baby girl could snore, louder than a steam engine could roar! 

More than anything else, Lindie loved her family. She was always there to greet them with a wagging tail and a twinkle in her eyes.

There through hearts aches, moves, grief and joy she was good at a lot of things but she was best at unconditional love.

Lindie lost her battle to small intestinal cancer after a short fight. Lindie spent her last days in her favourite place, on the lake and at the park. Her last days were so happy and will be cherished forever. 

She will be missed dearly every time the door opens. We will miss her every time we see a soccer ball in a field, go for a boat ride on the lake, eat bacon, and sing ‘Psycho Killer’ by The Talking Heads.

We will carry her with us everywhere we go.

She will be forever missed and furever remembered. She left behind the greatest gift, her fierce love, friendship and our love for her.

In lieu of flowers, We ask that you please give your loved ones some extra love for us in honour of Lindie. ❤️ 


 



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