Percy
4/1/2016 - 1/22/2021When people see Percy the 1st thought is “what a big dog?!” And the 2nd thought is “This is what a dog should be !”. He had so many side of his personality that shine in the most awkward and hilarious situations. He was a German Shepard with droopy ears and one of them always stand up right when he’s about to act. When we went running, no matter what time of the night it was I knew that Percy will protect me with his life. He even chases away anyone who try to hit on me. At night you will always find Percy on then floor next my bed as close as he can get without disturbing my sleep. When he sleep in the same bed he like to have my arm around him. Percy always greeted me with a big sniff and an “ah” sound after as if he’s saying I’m grateful for your smell and relieved you are back. He had a good noes and although he always find the treat when we play “find it” he alway leaves the treat to his brother. He never growled on him brother dog for food even if his brother did. He tolerated all the rough play his human sister subjected him to with no complaints. In fact he alway had a big smile with a huge tongue that hangs from the side of his mouth. He chased the cats a lot and when we yelled at him he immediately stops get confused. As if he is saying “I shouldn’t chase the cat but I couldn’t help myself”. He was barely 5 years old and was healthy in his last year physical. Just goes to show that life is unfair. However, Percy also taught me to just live in the moment and try to serve the ones you love until the end. Rest In Peace my best friend, my heart will always have a whole you left and will never be filled.Amani AlamriLansdowne, PennsylvaniaJanuary 23, 2021
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Rest in peace sweet boy. I know your family loved you very much. I am honored to have met you, and to have helped you cross over the Rainbow Bridge.Leslie Krienke - January 25, 2021

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