9/11/2003 - 8/26/2016Honeybear, we miss your lovely wrinkled face and your velvety ears. You were the most popular dog in the neighborhood, and everyone knew and loved you. Everyone in our extended family considered you a very special family member. The star of our Halloween parties, you sported and enjoyed the most wonderful costumes. You helped us through hard times, and celebrated the good times with us. You were surrogate mother to our additional fur babies as we adopted them, and Sweet Pea the kitten considered you her "real Mom". You were the most patient, loving, funny dog in the world, and our lives are richer because of you. We're thankful we got to be with you when you crossed the Rainbow Bridge, and we know you are our special doggy angel now.Debbie and Ken MilesAlbuquerque, New MexicoAugust 30, 2016
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Honey Bear is a very special friend and she will be missed. She was the best dressed dog at Halloween and she always made her guests feel right at home by presenting them with one of her toys. Enjoy doggie heaven!!Mica Hornsby - August 31, 2016
Honeybear, I remember you always wanting to share your toys with me, letting me rub you with my bare feet. You were a special dog. May you enjoy running around and meeting new people in heaven. I'll miss you and rubbing you velvety coat.Roberta Roozen - August 31, 2016
I'll Meet You In the Light

I know that you can't see me, but trust me I'm right here.
Although I'm up in heaven, my love for you stays near.

So often I see you crying, many times you call my name.
I want so much to lick your face and ease some of your pain.

I wish that I could make you see that Heaven indeed is real.
If you could see me run and play, how much better you would feel.

But our loving God has promised me that when the time is right,
You'll step out of the darkness and meet me in the light.
Cheryl Olsen - August 30, 2016
From the moment I met her, I knew Honey Bear was a special girl. You touched many hearts, sweetie. Rest well.

With love,
Dr. Erin
Erin Deveau - August 30, 2016

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