7/1/2003 - 2/14/2020Chase lived up to his name--chasing squeaky balls was his favorite activity. We took him on vacation to a horse farm just to play fetch in in an enormous field. Chase also loved broccoli, sardines, long walks & hikes, road trips, head scratches & belly rubs, and packtime with his favorite humans. He was beautiful and everywhere we went people wanted to know what kind of dog he was. I loved to bury my face in his ears and fluffy neck. Even though he was not a cuddly dog, he was the heartbeat of our home for over 16 years and he is forever loved and missed.

I am heartbroken to say goodbye my dearest sweetest friend, but find comfort that you are at peace. Thank you for loving me through all the good times and the bad. Thank you for making us laugh. I enjoyed every second little buddy and will cherish our memories always.
Meridith EleazerLexington, KentuckyFebruary 24, 2020
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A great granddog, loyal and true, and a legendary scrapper. We will miss thee, old fellow!Victor Eleazer - February 29, 2020
Chase was the most lovable dog I've ever known. He was all heart and fur. I'll never forget the memories I have of him playing with his best friend, Sprocket. I remember going on long walks with him and his owner. I miss him.G Thomas - February 25, 2020
Chase was a great dog with all the fun loving characteristics you could ask for and we have the fondest memories of him. We especially enjoyed having him over to our house and watching him carry on with his best friend Sprocket.P Thomas - February 25, 2020
Sad to say goodbye to the sweetest boy I’ve ever known. He was an excellent seeker during hide and seek, had the cutest tap dance, and was quick to snatch a unattended biscuit. Holidays won’t be the same without him. I’ll miss you little buddy.Miriam Eleazer - February 25, 2020

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