“To everything there is a season”: Goodbye Chetani

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CHETANI (ch Chrys-haefen Chetani at kyon )

2000- 2013
Our lovely kind and slightly stubborn Chetani retired to jeff and Trish Campney’s wonderful home. They heartbreakingly write that ” Chetani has been such a welcome addition to our family since May 2006, when you retired her to our care. She spent the next 3 years with her mother, Billie (1994-2009) until it was her time. We are grateful to have had the privilege of caring for our 3rd generation of Kyon’s goldens. The loss, however, never seems to get any easier.” Thank you Trish and Jeff, we surely know darling Chetani had a great life with you two!

Sweet faced CHETANI died just as she was starting on her 14th year , from intestinal complications. we are so grateful to Trish and Jeff Campney for giving our darling Chetani such a great home, where she was a beloved family pet. She lives on both at Kyon and on the east coast through her many descendants. thank you Trish and Jeff , for loving our girl in her retirement as much as we did , while she lived with us. RIP darling Chetani…

darling Chetani- 13 years old… sadly missed- fondly remembered. Beloved family-pet for Trish and Jeff Campney, influential dam and most treasured member of the Kyon clan.

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3 Responses to “To everything there is a season”: Goodbye Chetani

  1. Debby York says:

    So sorry to here about our wonderful Angus’ mama Chetani passing away. We only got to meet her the one time when we picked up Angus, to bring him home to Charlotte, NC. She was a sweety, as was father Ollie – I adored him and am happy to here he’s still going strong. I visit the site when I can and our family gave Angus a little brother – Quincey ( out 4th golden) 4 yrs. ago as well as an even smaller brother ( Cletus) – golden/basset mix( if you can imagine) that we rescued 2 yrs ago. Angus is our darling and the older gentleman of the family. He keeps very active, less so when the heat here in the south is bad, but plays enthusiastically with the ” boys” otherwise. Best regards

  2. Debby York says:

    Hello to the BK family from Charlotte NC. Congrats and I’m sure that semi retirement for Karin and Wally is overdue ( but how do you truly ” retire” from raising such wonderul and precious creaures.) All the best to Sean and family in carrying on the family tradition. That being said, it is with the greatest sadness and wonderful love for the short 8 yrs 10 mths that brought our family to yours and our loving Angus. He was let to rest yesterday after a particularly rapid onset of lymphoma – diagnosed just 4

  3. Debby York says:

    Hello to the BK family from Charlotte NC. Congrats and I’m sure that semi retirement for Karin and Wally is overdue ( but how do you truly ” retire” from raising such wonderul and precious creaures.) All the best to Sean and family in carrying on the family tradition. That being said, it is with the greatest sadness and wonderful love for the short 8 yrs 10 mths that brought our family to yours and our loving Angus. He was let to rest yesterday after a rapid onset of lymphoma – diagnosed just 4 wks ago.Right up to the end that horrible disease couldn’t stop that constant tail sweep and our 2 remaining 4 legged children will help to heal my heart which feels so broken right now. Chetani and Ollie gave us a wonderful dog and we miss him terribly. Thankyou Debby

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