10/3/2003 - 7/18/2019Roxy we have missed your smile, your pep, and your curiosity this past year. We have missed how you used to dig at the carpet, or rub your face on the ground when you were feeling good, or how you'd trot in and out of the apartment as we went in and outside. We miss coming home and seeing you curled up in your little bed, head propped up on the side, and waking up to see us.

Your sister Lexi came to visit you this past week and we hope that you weren't too lonely waiting for her. We know how much you loved her, and how you'd help clean her eyes when she'd need it--but dad took care of that for her while you were gone. Now that you're together again, we hope that you start playing with each other the way that you both did before things got tough.

You were such a sweet, shy girl, but curious all the same. We think about you nearly every day, and miss you as much. You still visit us in our dreams, and I'm glad you do--it means the world to see you again.
Dan ReadyWashington, District of ColumbiaNovember 21, 2020
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Roxy will be missed. She was the best dog ever!!Nancy F - November 24, 2020

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