Our Warrior

Don and Diane say goodbye to their special buddy




How fortunate you had each other for all the times together. Good lookin animal, Great Pics, My Dad's Favorite Dogs (3) Thnx.

Lance Wessling


Diane...I can only stand in awe and be humbled by the strength you possess and the courage you exhibit ma'am. There is no way I would have been able to keep my shit together AND talk about those wonderful memories of Muj. His tribute is beautiful and perfect ma'am.

Lance Wessling


Give em hell Muj...RIP boss



So sorry for your sad loss , I no its no comfort but I have seen the videos of your star causing mayhem during filming and when outside sadley missed but lots of fond memory 's , thinking of you all , what a brilliant life he had could not of gone to a better home when you choose you your best friend muj

Dr PennsylVapia


sorry I hit submit by accident but I was probably boring anyone who read it so I will just say that I know that pain of loss and how it lingers. I know that bond. I know that joy. I know that laughter. I know that warmness we feel in our hearts when we look at them sleeping, playing, swimming and walks. I miss her on the car when I am driving with her head out the window and paws on the window sill where she looked like the captain of a ship at sea. I know that loss. God Bless My little girl made me care about relationships again. I just know what you feel now and what you are going to feel to the end of your days. Just thought I would say I know and understand and I am sorry.

Dr PennsylVapia


I fell in love with a Pug. No one wants to hear the story so I will not bore everyone with it. I wanted a big dog, a man dog, an athlete bone eating big stay outta my way type of dog. We ended up with Molly. She was a Pug and she was bigger than life and was afraid of no other animal or human. She was terrified of plastic garbage bags and hated and I mean angry growlin attacking type of deal at the vacuum cleaner and the dustbuster. When you turn the power on or touch the power button og the dust buster she attacked. She talked to me all the time with her different noises, She followed me everywhere from room to room. SHE LIVED FOR TREATS AND FOOD



So sorry for your loss, there is nothing in the world like the relationship that is built between a dog and their people, they have the gift of making the worst days better. Don and Diane, he will always be with the two of you, Muj had the best life a dog could have.
Years ago my wife and I had a pair of Rottweilers, male and female, and I would like you to hear a sort of funny story about them. At the time I drove an old 78 Chevy truck and although I did not carry them everywhere(no A/C), all I had to do was ask them was "do you want to go for a ride"? The race to the truck was on, I would open the passenger door and let them climb in, then there was the fight for which one would sit next to me. I did this one day and as I drove out the driveway, my wife said it looked as if I had two black women riding in the truck with me looking at the back of the truck as I left. My wife thought it was hilarious, she often said she wished she had a picture of that. Them sitting in the seat beside me. They both passed within a month of each other, I believe not having the other as a companion to tussle with just broke the surviving male`s spirit. But as a large breed, they lived to be 10 and 11 years old, the female was the first to pass and she was a German bloodline Rottie with the small nose and head and she was 85lbs, the male had a massive head and was 115lbs. Those two were wonderful dogs, I still miss them.

Moto Joe


He sure was special. Everyone says that in condolences...but he really was. I just put my best friend "Buddy" of 15 years down last month. He was special. He was different than most dogs but Muj really was something extraordinary. I noticed that right off 5 or 6 years ago when I started following you guys.
Lots of dogs do cool or odd things over a period of time. People catch them doing this or that on video...and that's all I thought it was with Muj at first. Then I started noticing that this was the norm for him. He did things like a human does. There was even a time when I wondered...Is this dog reincarnated? I've never seen a dog do the things Muj did consistently.
When you look in his eyes you can see he wasn't just a dog. There was something more going on in there. He was so lucky you picked him. I rarely use the word "luck" but I don't know another word to use. Maybe it was destined. He lived 10 life times with your family.
I miss my dog and I know you guys do to. I want another but I can't bring my self to do it.
Muj is gone and so is my Buddy but we were graced to have them in our lives. It hurts but at least we got to be a part of their life, and they ours.
Rest in Peace Mujahideen. I hope you hook up with Buddy and have a ball together.




It's not strange at all Diane. I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm a dog lover too. And it's the same as losing a human. God bless you.




We love Muj and we love you guys. We feel like we are part of your family as well. Thank you for sharing this Diane. God bless.