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Trixie Koontz, Dog (sad)

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Trixie Koontz, dog friend of Dean Koontz the author, crossed the bridge on June 30th. She co-wrote books with Dean, posted her doggie wish lists and was considered a friend by many fans.

Please read this announcement by Dean. No one ever loved their dog more.

http://www.deankoontz.com/trixie/monthly-columns.php

Play happily, Trixie. There are some awesome friends waiting for you over the bridge
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Sorry! Could someone please move this to Crossing the Bridge. That's what I get for crying while typing.
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aww wow play happy Trixie!!
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Oh, I'm sorry to hear that. Koontz has written a lot of great dog characters, and I'm sure Trixie contributed to them all... we readers loved her, too.

My favorite was the story about the super-smart Golden Retriever who escaped from a research lab where he had learned to read English. What a perfect fantasy for anyone who ever loved an animal!

Sleep easy, Trixie darlin.
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Aww Such a sad story! My heart goes out to the Koontz family.
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Oh, I'm sorry to hear that. Koontz has written a lot of great dog characters, and I'm sure Trixie contributed to them all... we readers loved her, too.

My favorite was the story about the super-smart Golden Retriever who escaped from a research lab where he had learned to read English. What a perfect fantasy for anyone who ever loved an animal!

Sleep easy, Trixie darlin.
That is one of my favorite's too, and one of the first Dean Koontz books I ever read. RIP Trixie. You were so loved and will never be forgotten.
post #7 of 14
Awwww, may Trixie rest in peace. She sounds like she was a wonderful dog
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Originally Posted by CarolPetunia View Post
Oh, I'm sorry to hear that. Koontz has written a lot of great dog characters, and I'm sure Trixie contributed to them all... we readers loved her, too.

My favorite was the story about the super-smart Golden Retriever who escaped from a research lab where he had learned to read English. What a perfect fantasy for anyone who ever loved an animal!

Sleep easy, Trixie darlin.
The first I ever read was Lightning and I was hooked. Then along came Watchers, about the man and the dog, and I was a life-long fan. I loved reading Trixie's little blurbs on Dean's website. I know it was Dean talking but she truly was his inspiration in so many ways. He really has a knackfor portraying emotion, not just with people, but with the dog he loves.
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Does anyone remember the name of the story I referred to? I can't recall it!
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Does anyone remember the name of the story I referred to? I can't recall it!
Watchers
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May precious Trixie RIP.
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RIP, Trixie. I've really enjoyed the tales you've inspired.
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Play happily at the bridge Trixie, and know how much your loved and missed

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RIP Trixie
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