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  This dog obituaries section was created as a memorial to our beloved canine friends. Please submit your short comments and/or a picture by pressing the email button to the right. All pictures have a larger version.

Porter (March 24, 2006)
   Beloved Flat-Coated Retriever of Toby, Hannah and Claire. Born Williamsburg, Virginia, 1993, the daughter of champions and friend to anyone she met.
   Frequent attendee at numerous social functions. Acclaimed Frisbee and ball catcher. Brought joy and happiness to family and friends. Established world record for pilfering other Dog's tennis balls. Embarrassed about her dislike of riding in cars.
  Found sunny windows everywhere she lived. Faithfully fulfilled ancient covenant between human and K9 by filling the house with companionship. Widely recognized for long black shiny flat coat, cold nose, wagging tail, talking when happy, and a complete disregard for pain. The Cal Ripken of retrievers. Friend to all that met her. Proof positive that dogs are good for the soul.
  Our world was flat with beautiful dark hair punctuated by a wagging tail. Objects sailed tracked by grace and beauty fleet of foot returning them from whence they came. Keen eyes and sense of smell made daylight out of darkness. Reading in the afternoon paw twitching on foot - sleep is the time to chase rabbits.
  The tastiest birds come from a frying pan and are yellow. Blizzards beware for I am a one-dog snow angel machine. Rain is the dance that leads to towel and hands. There is no such thing as a bad day - only a day where ball is played indoors because humans are made of salt Indians invented Lacrosse to make tennis balls fly farther. Other dog's tennis balls make excellent prey. The bottom of a lake is the best place to scratch your back. Only Pack Members are announced as they arrive even if they are first-time visitors. Anytime is a good time for a biscuit. Friend, companion, and champion of the house whirling circles in anticipation of playtime.
  The last ball has been thrown over the horizon of Our Flat World.
You will be deeply missed but never forgotten.
From: Toby

Snoopy Avallone Hall
  Snoopy came to our family in November 2004 as the family Christmas present. She was a 4 year old dog who had been rescued from a house that kept her chained outside.   She was the family's first dog, and
she made an impression on all of us, especially my mother who had made a point that she wouldn't allow us to have a canine companion in the house.
  She filled the house with joy every day, from when my dad would come in after work and she would prance around, insisting to be taken out on a walk to when she would lay quietly by any of our sides on her back, pleading for love. She died on March 30th after an eight day battle with Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia, a deadly blood disease.
  She will be sorely missed by all of us.
From: Matthew

Britta and Mikale
(June 17,1992 - March 30, 2006)

You came into the world together and captured my heart from the start.  Always obedient, kind and loving you knew how to make everyone smile.  You were each so different and I loved you both for
each of your qualities.  How would I have ever made it through all of those bad times without you.  My heart aches as a part of it went with you both.  I will forever keep you close in spirit and hope to see you again one day.  I love you both and miss you more than words can say.
From: Lisa

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When we do these, we start to cry.
We ask ourselves, why oh why.
Why does a loved one have to die.
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We can't ignore it or pretend.
And our hearts will eventually mend.
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Of how their lives were our glory.

By: Mick
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