These four dog quotes are by authors whose surname or title begins with "Q."
She was such a beautiful and sweet creature... and so full of tricks.
I dressed dear sweet little Dash for the second time after dinner in a scarlet jacket and blue trousers.
Queen Victoria, referring to her King Charles cavalier spaniel
Here lies DASH, the Favourite Spaniel of Queen Victoria
By whose command this Memorial was erected.
He died on the 20 December, 1840 in his 9th year.
His attachment was without selfishness,
His playfulness without malice,
His fidelity without deceit.
READER, if you would live beloved and die regretted, profit by the example of DASH.
Queen Victoria, epitaph on the gravestone of Dash, who was buried in the castle's garden
Jason Oliver C. Smith, a big dumb guy who was tan, died March 30 of lung cancer and old age. He was 13 years old and lived in New Jersey, Pennsylvania. At the time of his death, his license was current and he had had all of his shots. He is survived by two adults, three children, a cat named Daisy who drove him nuts, and his lifelong companion, Pudgy, whose spaying he always regretted, as well as a host of fleas who have gone elsewhere, probably to Pudgy. He will be missed by all, except Daisy. He never bit anyone, which is more than you can say for most of us.
Anna Quindlen, an obituary for her golden retriever
There are so many things that I want you to know. I've always loved you. You know that because I told you that every day. When I dropped you off at Cheryl's
It's been nine long, long years and I feel every single day without you. To say that I miss you so much is an understatement. I will never forget you,
Loving always so happy wagging her tail when she saw us. I will miss you dearly. You were loved and we'll take comfort in knowing we got to spend time