Zachary

On the 4th October 2010 we knew your time was up. We knew that you were telling us that you had had enough. You wouldn't eat and could hardly stand.

Your death was peaceful and quiet and we held you by the hand. Not a day goes by without thinking about you. We miss you so much, our grief seems insomountable. The kids go outside and call your name. The hardest thing is the silence.

We continually look for you, go to feed you and turn on the outside light, but you are not there.

How do cope with such a loss? Thanks for everything you gave us. You were the best dog we could have had and for $50 we definitely got our money's worth! Please know that we miss you so much and hope that you are waiting for us in heaven!

We love you and will remember you always!
RIP ZACH!

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Alway and forever AND one more day
by: Jan Jones

I read with sadness your loss. Know that your heart will always be attached to the memories, something you really are lucky to possess.

How many times I think of the times I could have gone to visit our Mustang (he lived with my son) and just did not have the time. When I visit my son I am constantly reminded of the greetings that once were, and not a day goes by that I do not see him and his beautiful presence.

Take care and know you are in the company of many who have lost a loving pet. We share your loss immensely.

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