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July 2020 Memorials
Forever in our hearts!
Barton Blue Traut
Wynston Haman Mead
Cheyenne Marie Jones May 18, 2009 – June 9, 2020
“Every once in a while a dog enters your life AND CHANGES EVERYTHING.” This was true with my Cheyenne love! I am grateful that I had the pleasure of taking care of her for 11 years! She was my constant companion and she touched my heart like no other…
Her unconditional love, compassion, playfulness, sense of adventure, and JOY were wonderful! She liked other dogs, but she loved people. I met so many great people along the way all because of Cheyenne greeting them in her own way. It wasn’t a bark, it was more of an ar, ra, ra, ra, ra… sometimes with a little twirl on the end. It really sounded like she was talking! (We never got to hear that sweet greeting after her surgery on April 9th. We didn’t even know she was ill until that day with her GI lymphoma dx.) She still had a cute faint bark though and still wagged that tail!
She always brought a smile to everyone’s face. She had the best personality!!! She was such a good girl and we both loved her deeply. Our hearts hurt beyond words and we are still in shock that she is gone. We were looking ahead to all of the new adventures with her in the travel trailer! We kept telling her how much we loved her and living life with her. It was hard to say goodbye and let go… She was my love.
Boomer the Dog… a member of our family for more than 12 years. Always his own dog, but a really good dog. We love and miss him.
Our sweet little Miss Macy Gray went to Doggie Heaven. She was truly a fighter as she pushed on for 9 more months than was expected and for a little dog, that was amazing and we are forever grateful for the extra time.
She was purposely spoiled and went everywhere with us within the U. S., traveled more than most people, and gave us more ❤ love as well. We love her and miss her and are a little bit lost without her💕
We truly enjoyed our time with her here on earth❣
We all miss Lygon but cherish the time we had together. She was adventurous, sweet, and a little naughty too. Have fun on the moon, Lygs!
– The Morris Family
Handstand-pee-er; circus dog; mini sheriff; monogamously in love with his green stuffy; cuddly; defended the fort against all unknown dogs; barked like he’d been smoking for 30 years; appreciative of sunshine, warm laundry & fire in the fireplace on a cold night; demanding; bossy; my larger than life little companion for 13 years, rest well furry friend.
The greatest pup we could’ve ever hoped for! We were so blessed to have him in our family.
I lived in a lot of different places over the years Syd and I were together. I once lived in an apartment building where the floors surrounded a central courtyard. All the apartment entrances looked the same, with identical doors and windows. Each evening, Syd would go out and explore, and then jump up into the window sill when she was ready to come back in. Sometimes she miscalculated by a floor above or below, but it was amazing how often she managed to get it right. When I got married, Syd became not just mine, but ours, and this house became Syd’s permanent home for the last half of her life. Here she had staircases to race up and down, a favorite chair beside the window to sleep in, lots of rooms with sunspots to lie in, and a back yard she never grew tired of exploring. R.I.P. Sydney, a great companion for 20 years.
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