1/1/2014 - 1/24/2021Snow was a very interesting dog. He wasn’t much for fetching, he wasn’t much for barking, he wasn’t even really into playing with dog toys ( he destroyed them but very rarely played with them). He was very into talking and expressing his feelings on a situation, he was very into eating dinner with me and of course, he was REALLY into exercising (running and wrestling). I’m not quite convinced, even to this day, he was a dog at all because he never acted like one. He got frustrated at all the thing I got frustrated at wether it was tv or math homework. He always wanted to eat dinner with me at the table just to make sure I finished my plate. He always got so excited to wrestle but would check every once in a while to make sure I was okay before he continued. Now days I get frustrated and vocal about a tv series or movie I’m watching and he’s no longer there talking and expressing frustration at the tv with me. I eat dinner in bed or at the dinner table and he is no longer there to make sure I finish the plate and I don’t make a mess on the floor. I go outside for exercise or just a casual walk and feel like a small piece of me is missing at all times kind of like the sensation of forgetting something. He left an impact on my life I previously would not have thought possible by a dog. Again maybe he wasn’t a dog at all, just my best friend who always knew how to make me smile. The grieving for Snow will fade in time but the love and happiness he gave me will last a life time. I love you Snow, you’ll always be my good boy.Nicholas SalazarNorth Richland Hills, TexasJanuary 27, 2021
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Dogs are one of God’s greatest gifts to us. They just want to love us unconditionally. He was much loved. Prayers!Kelly Morphew - January 28, 2021
❤️ Mateo Faith and WadeThe Salazar’s - January 28, 2021
Nicholas, I know you loved that dog. During my stays when everyone was at work he was a great companion. We all loved snow and he knew he was loved as well.
Rest easy big wolf dog!

“May the wind always be at your back and the sun upon your face. And may the wings of destiny carry you aloft to dance with the stars.”

-Marcus and Jessica
Marcus Salazar - January 28, 2021

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