Jethro Liam Roberts

by Jenelle Lally-Roberts
(Abilene TX)

Jethro Liam Roberts lived a short life. A life that was full of love and excitement. He loved to bury biscuits and food under my pillows.

He was the smartest and the most stupid dog we have ever owned. He could open doors with his paws and unzip bags, but would trip over his own floppy ears. He loved his family dearly and slept with us every night.

Before he left this world he got to say goodbye to his boys, Jace and Tate. He perked up long enough to give them kisses and say goodbye without letting them know how hurt he was.

There will never be another Jethro Liam, and our family will forever have a void in our hearts and our feet will be cold at night without him there to sleep on us.

We love you forever. I am sorry I could not save you. You are my baby and you are and wll always be loved. Rest in peace my little angel.

All dogs go to heaven, my little love. I am so sorry that you add to leave us and go on to the other side, but I am thankful that you left in my arms with me singing to you and scratching your favorite spot, knowing you couldn't have been loved better in this lifetime.

Love you always,
Mommy, Tate, Jace, CJ, Mylie, Tyson, Shyloe, and grandparents

With love,
Jenelle Lally-Roberts and family

January 2016 to September 6 2016

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Jethro
by: Rick Bajackson

Any dog that has been loved, no matter for how long or how short a time, is a dog that's lived a full life.

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