10/1/2000 - 5/22/2014Sabina was one in a million. Affectionately known as "Beans," she was a big part of our lives. Rob and Kat adopted her when she was just a few months old, less than a year after my nephew Cole was born. Cole and "Beans" spent a lot of time together in California, and I was fortunate to be able to accompany them (and Rob) on their daily walks around Mt. Helix. After moving to St. Louis, "Beans" welcomed Kendall into the family and was her pal and protector. Ever adaptable, "Beans" grew to love her St. Louis neighborhood, making tons of friends and admirers in the 'Loop' area. She even crashed a Salmon Rushdie lecture on the Wash U campus! She was such a sweet pup and she never met a stranger. I'll never forget her calm, loving demeanor and the way she loved to prance when she was feeling playful. We were so fortunate to have her in our lives, and she'll always be with us.Bill RozenSt. Louis, MissouriMay 22, 2014
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What a lovely tribute to sweet Sabina! <3 She was such a wonderful girl, and you can see from the pictures how intelligent and kind she was. It was my honor to meet her, if even for a very short time. **hugs** to everyone who knew and loved her...Dr. Dawnetta Woodruff - May 25, 2014
Beansie as i liked to call her was a sweet and loving dog. Always up for a walk she loved everyone she met animal or person. My dog Dreyfuss got along great with her and enjoyed when she came to visit while the family took vacations. I can still picture her bright big eyes looking at you from the kitchen floor while you sat at the table hoping for a treat. I remember all the walks and outdoor play time in the front yard when the kids were little. I have many a picture of her and the kids enjoying the outdoors of St. Louis. She will be greatly missed.Lainey Burns - May 23, 2014

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