Harry and I were extremely close friends, and we still are. When I was two, my parents bought a little beagle puppy, and it was love immediately. We grew up together, and he was my best friend as a child. In 2002, he came down with testicular cancer, and we had to put him down. I was extremely sad to see him go, and I still miss him.
After his death, I could still feel his presence at all times. For the past four years, I have heard him barking, and even felt his head on my lap when I was sleeping. Recently, I have even been able to smell him, and feel his fur on my skin. I even heard his barking so clearly that I yelled at him to be quite; without even realizing what I was saying. Even as I write this, I can feel that he is sitting next to me.
During a recent ancestry meditation, my dog came to me. He was the only solid and quite real figure in my meditation. I saw a dog running up to me, and I knew who it was. He then began to give me many wet and rather drooly kisses. I was a little confused at why he came, but the answer was soon to be revealed to me in a full moon meditation for peace. Harry came to me, in my grove, not as a full grown dog, but as a playful little puppy. When we were young, he and I used to run laps around the house; over the couch, under the dining room table, into the living room, and back again. We began to do this in my grove, and then he stopped and laid on my feet.
He then led me to this meadow, with mountains, and a winding, clear blue stream. There were butterflies and other animals everywhere. This is where he said goodbye to me, and that he would be seeing me again. He then kissed me again as it was time to come out of the meditation. Back in the apparent world, I went to our rose bush and picked a flower to place on where Harry was buried in our yard.
Two or three days after this vision, this new sub forum was created. I read the introduction post Rainbow Bridge, and I knew that is where Harry had taken me. As I read I began to cry; not tears of sadness, but tears of acceptance and understanding. I am looking forward to seeing him in my grove, or over the Bridge once again. He is my guardian, and my guide.