1/10/2011 - 11/7/2019Zoey, you were the most loyal dog we ever had. You were by our sides every waking hour of the day. Our house is so empty without you. The past 9 months have been difficult helping you through your battle with mast cell cancer. We wish to thank Dr. Amy for helping you pass to the other side peacefully and ending your suffering. We need to focus on the good days we had together taking long walks, sharing takeout dinners (especially grilled nuggets and french fries), popcorn on movie night, sitting outside by the fire until late after midnight, playing ball or tug of war with your buddy Zac, smiling when we returned home, loving every member of the family (especially the grandkids), and looking for treats every night at 8 p.m. You kept our family safe. We were never worried about intruders getting past you. Thank you for being the best dog ever. You will live forever in our hearts. We love you Zoey.Joan SchafferEaston, PennsylvaniaNovember 10, 2019
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My baby girl, Lyzzy, passed peacefully, December 13...... I don’t know how to do this without you baby girl... I’m so sorry for the pain and suffering you had to endure and I couldn’t help you...I’m so sorry baby girlMark Nogel - January 14, 2020
my almost 4yr old Rottie, Lyzzy, has lymphoma. She was diagnosed with it, late October. She’s starts chemo on Monday. Your baby, Zoey, looks like my baby girl. I’m so sorry for your loss and will keep Zoey and you in my thoughts. I’m having a hard time watching my baby girl quickly....I’m sorryMark Nogel - December 1, 2019
Out of the few times I met Zoey I saw how special she was to you and the whole family. She was a beautiful and amazing dog, and I’m glad I got to meet her. ❤️Katie Babinski - November 11, 2019

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