Red
3/17/2008 - 2/27/2021In loving memory of Red Wagner (Golding), aka Red Puppy. You were the brightest little ray of sunshine to enter our lives. Red was a barrel chested German Shorthaired Pointer. He needed the extra chest space for his giant, loving heart. He made everyone who met him, a dog person. Forever a ladies man, he fiercely protected both his mom for the first 8 years of his life, Lauren Golding, and his second mom for the last 5, Jennifer Wagner. He also closely guarded his tiny humans, Jace and Seth.Jennifer WAGNERTonawanda, New YorkMarch 1, 2021
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Red, will live on in the hearts of all who had the fine pleasure of meeting him. He was a best friend to my best friend and it brought me endless comfort knowing he was by her side the last 5 years. It was a blessing to spend the time I did with him, and I willl always remember his wide puppy steak eyes and gentlemanly ways. He was truly a blessing to us all. He will be forever loved and remembered. Rest in peace sweet boy.Amanda Aattfield - March 1, 2021
Red was such a gentle and old soul. He loved to play ball, have pack howls, and get treats! He was also a little furnace of warm snuggles on cold nights. I will miss the wiggle butt, who was always excited to see me.Dena Wagner - March 1, 2021
I only had the pleasure of meeting Red once, but he was a sweet, goofy boy who brought so much love and light to my niece and great nephew.
I hope he frolicking with my Daisy Mae in doggy heaven.
Debbie Droesler - March 1, 2021

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