Tramper "Dynamic Dog" Passed Away January 24TH, 2005
Tramper was 16 years old.
Jazmine Passed Away November 20TH 2010
Jazmine was 16 and 1/2 years old.
Tramper, Dynamic Dog.
1/9/89 - 1/24/05
Tramper was a great gal and leaves behind countless friends
(Mara Dady and Tramper)
who shared their pizzas (and the control room couches) with her
and her companion Jazmine over the years.
(Tramper, Uncle Chuck and Aunt Bonnie)
(Tramper, Uncle Joe Dady, Jasmine and Jackie)
(Tramper, Uncle Jeff and Aunt Ellieen)
CD release parties, the Bermuda parties,
Tramper wanted to dress like us for Alfred St.John's CD release party !
visited a local nursing home, rode in a police car
(yup - she was busted),
made a daily trip to the bank for a treat,
went to church a few times,
snuck into a few restaurants, and liked to stick her
head out the limo window to bark at people with bad hair.
A familiar fixture in her red velvet chair in Dynamic Recording’s
Tramper, a mixed breed German Shepherd and Doberman,
was the inspiration for one of Dynamic’s most popular recordings
Tramper’s Dynamic Christmas. Not only did she attend all
the recording sessions, and allow the musicians
to be photographed with her,
(Tramper and Aunt Peggy)
she also made guest appearances at Lollypop Farm,
on the Lollypop Telethon, and at the Landmark Society’s
Christmas Gift Bazaar (where she arrived by limo).
She was written up in all the area newspapers,
made several television appearances,
and even did a radio interview with
Dynamic Dave as interpreter.
However Jasmine prefered to ride in the front seat of the Limo.
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Tramper's Dynamic Christmas can be played on TouchTunes and AMI Jukeboxes All Over The World!
She liked walking chest deep in leaves and snow,
sleeping in the water bed,
sneaking some steak or chicken under the table,
and on her last day she
was still trying to catch the neighbor’s cat.
She had a good life and she was a good dog.
And she will be very, very missed.
Tramper Dynamic Dog
Tramper, had her own office with
a pillow and nameplate, and she graciously allowed
Jackie to share the office. She was a very popular
personality at the studio, and liked to meet everyone.
Tramper had been known to sneak into the control room
We don't understand this picture.
Why is the dog dreaming about lying
on the couch? Why isn't the dog
already lying on the couch? She should
be dreaming about chasing squirrels -
we don't get it ............
now and then for a nap on the couch -
whoever was sitting there generally moved
to make room for her!
Tramper is one of our most popular "artists".
Jazmine, Dynamic Dog.
May 22, 1994 - November20, 2010
Ode To Jasmine
At Lollypop Farm
In a cold cage she lay
Frightened and shaking,
Her face turned away.
Dynamic Dave saw her
“Take her we must!”
Tramper said yes, so
Jasmine got us.
“She’s anxious, gets car sick,
Might not like other pets.”
All proved to be false.
She was as good as it gets.
Short haired and goldish,
White blaze, and brown eyes.
Ears slightly turned over
Some hound, vet surmised.
She had trees and a yard
With squirrels, no less,
And rabbits and deer
Our place smelled the best!
She met all at Dynamic
And was never a grouch.
Famously squeezing her butt
Between those on “her” couch.
The pizzas, wings, subs -
If left un-attended
Were gone in a flash
In Jasmine they ended.
With Tramper some bagels,
Most mornings, Dad, thanks!
Front seat limo rides,
Daily treats at Chase bank.
A trip to Grandma’s
Was really the best thing.
The hors d’euvres were eye level
Fair game for ingesting.
With Tramper and the cats
She made room in our bed
There were many sleepovers
With pals Winston and Fred.
Yet Time does, of course,
What Time does the best.
The years flying by
Tramper laid to rest.
And feline companions
Passed on. In addition,
More came, Jasmine
Smoothed each transition.
And golden brown muzzle
Turned into white.
Her gentle brown eyes
No longer so bright.
Brisk walks round the block
Became strolls in the yard,
And legs, once so sturdy,
Became very tired.
Then Time came to deliver
What comes to each one.
Jasmine’s spirit left us
Her time on earth done.
Jasmine was special,
Right from the start.
And we’re left behind
With our broken hearts.
She waits for us now, and
Near Rainbow Bridge stays.
We’ll see Jasmine again
I hope, One of these days.
We’ll reunite happy with
All our furry pals
The best heaven must be
Full of paws and wagging tails.
Just this side of heaven is a place called Rainbow Bridge.
When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here,
that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge.
There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends so they
can run and play together.
There is plenty of food, water and sunshine, and our friends
are warm and comfortable.
All the animals who had been ill and old are restored to
health and vigor; those who were hurt or maimed are made whole
and strong again, just as we remember them in our dreams of days
and times gone by.
The animals are happy and content, except for one small thing;
they each miss someone very special to them, who had to be left behind.
They all run and play together, but the day comes when
one suddenly stops and looks into the distance.
His bright eyes are intent; His eager body quivers.
Suddenly he begins to run from the group, flying over
the green grass, his legs carrying him faster and faster.
You have been spotted, and when you and your special
friend finally meet, you cling together in joyous reunion,
never to be parted again. The happy kisses rain upon your face;
your hands again caress the beloved head, and you look once more
into the trusting eyes of your pet, so long gone from your life
but never absent from your heart.
Then you cross Rainbow Bridge together....
But then, there are some at the Bridge who are different.
These are the animals who were beaten, starved, tortured and unloved.
They watch wistfully as their friends leave, one by one,
to cross the Bridge with their special person. For them,
there is nobody special...no special one.
Their time on Earth did not give them that.
Yet one day, as they run and play, they notice somebody
standing by the road to the Bridge. This person watches with
longing the reunion of friends, for during life,
this person had no pet.
This person was beaten, starved, tortured and unloved.
Standing there alone, one of the unloved pets approaches,
curious as to why this person is by themselves...and, as
the unloved pet and the unloved person come closer to each other,
a miracle occurs, for these are the ones who were meant to be together...
the special person and the beloved pet who never had the chance to meet
while on Earth. Finally now, at the edge of Rainbow Bridge, their souls meet,
the pain and sorrow disappears, and the two friends joyfully greet.
They cross the Rainbow Bridge together...never again to be separated.
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Dynamic Dave met Jazmine at Lollypop Farm the day of the release party for
"Tramper's Dynamic Christmas."
She joined our Dynamic family the very next day.
Jazmine is a sweet and friendly dog.
Her hobbies include playing outside and
rough-housing Fred, her "boyfriend."
Tramper says "Please Order My Christmas CD and help my friends at the Humane Society". Tramper's Dynamic Christmas
47 Christmas Songs by 47 Different Groups on THREE ONE HOUR CD'S in a Boxed Set
An Independent Radio Station that plays Dynamic Artists Every Day.
And will be playing Tramper's Dynamic Christmas starting
Thanksgiving Day through Christmas
Stutson The Cat
Jackie, Jazmine, Dave and I were on our way home
one night and as we crossed the Stutson Street Bridge, Jackie (who was driving, not me),
spotted a little kitten in the middle of the street caught in a lot of traffic.
Jackie stopped and Dave jumped out to see if he could get the little bugger.
"He jumped right into my arms," said Dave (this is a very smart cat),
and he got his new name right then as we continued on home."
Stutson is one wonderful and very SPECIAL cat ! and we all love him. Tramper
He loved to get into EVERYTHING
Stutson passed away October 8TH, 2011
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