Chloe
10/22/2011 - 11/13/2020“How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.” -A.A. Milne

We said goodbye to our sweet wonder-pup Chloe, as her degenerative myelopathy caused her body to begin giving up on her. She was a gentle, caring dog who loved everyone she met and was always by our son’s side from the time we brought him home from the hospital. She loved giving kisses and cuddles, putting her paw up on the sofa for one more pet, singing along with the guitar or piano, destroying soccer and basketballs in the backyard, and stalking, wrestling and racing around the yard with her sister, Nala.

We will miss her begging for scraps at the table. We will miss her putting her bone up to us by the couch, so we could hold it for her while she chewed on it sitting up. We will miss her barking at absolutely nothing at all hours of the day. We will miss every other memory of her because there’s just too many to write down. We will miss her with every ounce of our beings.

Rest In Peace, Chloe. We love you.
Lyndsey EgelhoffWest Jefferson, OhioNovember 21, 2020
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Dear Chloe,
I know we just met briefly, but I could easily see how special you were, and the big spot you held in your family’s heart. I know they are missing you dearly. It was my honor being with you & your family as you earned your angel wings. Run free, sweet girl. And keep destroying all those balls you find along the way!

Sending much love to all those who loved you. <3
Dr Jennifer
Jennifer Bell - November 22, 2020

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