Otto
7/22/2020 - 8/4/2020We were so lucky to have you in our lives for 18 years. From New York City to Rochester, NY to Greenwich CT to Austin TX to Sandy, UT, from living the fun single life in NYC to babies and suburbs and the ups and downs of life, you were there for it all. There is a flood of memories every day, of you, and they are coming out my eyes. My favorite memory is walking you through the streets of New York City during the Fall, on the way to meet friends for an alfresco dinner. You were such a NYC dog and loved dining outside, riding in the elevator, greeting our doorman, running through Central Park during off leash hours. You were so sleek and black and shiney and fat. I'm glad I never listened to any vet when they told me to put you on a diet. The aging process was so subtle, we barely noticed as you got thinner, grayer, less shiney. Your eyes clouded over. You couldn't do all the things. I hope you enjoyed your life and your senior days as much as we enjoyed being with you. You will be so missed, you were the once- in-a -lifetime companion.Deb HafnerSANDY, UtahAugust 6, 2020
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