10/10/2010 - 11/4/2020Although the house is quiet and his bed is empty, Iggy will always be with our family in our hearts and in our memories. He is now free of the degenerative myelopathy that robbed him of control of his back legs. However, it never damped his spirit. He never missed telling us it was time to eat or time for a treat. He had the best last day a dog could have ... pancakes, a couple of new toys, a whole bag of treats, and one special last walk (which he did with complete enjoyment despite the difficulty he had walking). And while we have shed many tears and we miss him dearly, he is now and forever our "boxer angel."Annmarie CarneyPlaya Vista, CaliforniaNovember 15, 2020
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Iggy was lucky to be a part of your family.. He was spoiled and Loved... Sorry for your loss I know you'll miss him..Steven Keefe - November 16, 2020
I miss you ... xxooAnnmarie Carney - November 16, 2020
Till we meet again, you were one awesome member of our family. Hope you are enjoying your new life, and we miss you very much!!!
Bryan M Carney - November 16, 2020
We love and miss you Iggy.Michael Carney - November 16, 2020

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