The words Dog Breed Info with the letter D inside of a black paw print

In Loving Memory of our Dear Friends

They were not just our pets, they were part of our families, our lives. They will be missed, but never forgotten.

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Buster the Bull Terrier sitting on a couch

This is a photo of our dog Buster the Bull Terrier. In the photo his isn't doing anything amazing, but he was the most amazing dog we have ever known, we miss him very much.

Rozz & Andy

Celia the Poodle wearing a hat sitting on a blanket on a chair

This is Celia the Poodle. She will always be remembered by the Perrego family and the Frazier family. She was a Miniature Poodle. She died at the age of sixteen. She will always be the best dog the Perregos' ever had.

Bus the Silky Terrier sitting on the back of a couch in front of a window sill

3/12/89 - 3/3/00

This is a Silky Terrier that we loved so much. She was the sweetest thing in our lives. We had to put her down when she was 10.3 years old because of neurological cancer. She is in our minds every day. And I must think we are happy to have had her for such a long time. She was always the "little dog" and we did not think about that, and the years passed by. Hope we will meet again. She was born in our family. Her mother was born in 1987 and is still very alert and healthy.

Rosie the Shar-Pei/Border Collie laying on a carpet in the house

This is Rosie. She was only 3 years old when she was tragically taken away from us by a freak accident on 3-25-2000. She was half Shar-Pei and half Border Collie. This is the most recent picture, taken a month before she had to leave us. Even though she was only with us for a short period of time, she left us a lifetime of memories. We love you, Rosie, and we'll never forget you.

-Kori, Jordan, Roger, and Kelli

Right Profile - Gopher the dog standing outside

This is Gopher, my best friend of fourteen years. She died suddenly three years ago on April 22, 1997. Her death left a tremendous void in my life. I don't talk about it much anymore, not because I don't think about her. I do constantly. Most people just don't understand how much you can actually love a dog and trying to explain just trivializes it somehow. So here's to Gopher, the best dog ever. You're still my baby.


Duddy the Dachshund laying on a wooden porch

This was my friend Buddy a Dachshund. My husband got him from the pound when he was about 2 years old. We had him about 8 years before he died of kidney failure. Before he died he became paralyzed. He was a little guy with a huge heart and after 3 years I still miss him a lot.