Isabelle (Izzie)
3/1/2009 - 10/19/2020Isabella, also known by all who loved her as Izzie, came into our lives in May of 2009 via a Humane Society foster. She was snuggled up in a little plastic swimming pool with her 9 brothers and sisters. Our Daughter Meg went right to her and said "this is the one".

She started off as a dog on our country property in Perry, Kansas. She loved digging up moles, chasing deer and especially loved rolling in dead fish...a lot. She was not a fan of baths...but always reluctantly stepped into the tub. We moved to Florida when she was 3, where she experienced the city life on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. Her days were spent lounging by the pool or relaxing in the shade down by the dock. Life was good.

Izzie had TONS of friends and neighbors who loved her. There was always an abundant supply of doggie treats, head pats, belly rubs and kisses. Mom and dad always saved a spot for her on the couch when it was time to watch TV...and the king size bed accommodated all of her 78lbs and horizontal position in the bed between mom and dad. She especially loved her "spa" days with Uncle John of Ultra Pet Mobile Grooming.

Over 3 THOUSAND pictures were taken of her...maybe more...but none of them captured her personality and just how much she was loved. She was a beautiful soul. We can't wait to see her again. We know she will be waiting by the pearly gates when we get there.
Jeanette GordonNew Port Richey, FloridaOctober 20, 2020
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Miss Isabella my very special granddog! She was a joy to be around, so friendly and ready to snuggle.
Mom, Dad and sisters, you gave her a great life. She'll be waiting at the gate.
Grandma Mickelson - October 23, 2020
Izzy was a great girl who was always there to greet you with a nudge for a hello pat. We'll miss her terribly when stopping by the Gordon's home.Mark Vandenbroek - October 22, 2020
Sorry for your loss. They're your child and it is very hard to loose them. You will see her again.Melissa Matthews - October 22, 2020
Izzie was such a sweet girl and will be missed by many. It was such an honor to be able to help this precious girl get her wings 💜Shantelle Williams - October 22, 2020

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