2/13/2017 - 1/3/2017I know this is a very common cliché but Duke was the best dog. He was the sweetest dog I had ever met and he affected so many people. Some people I never even realized until today and yesterday when they told me. To me this dog was in my life since I was 4 (I am now 17) and I don't have many memories without him. He meant the world to me and I will never forget him. Though it was very sudden and I only had a few hours to say bye, I am happy that he is no longer in pain. Duke was 12 when he passed and was going to turn 13 next month. 12 years seems like a long time but it wasn't nearly long enough. No amount of time would've been long enough with a dog like him. For me I can not seem to process his loss. I know he is gone but I don't feel like he is. The feeling I have is so real which is making it hard for me to accept the truth. I knew the dog meant a lot to me but I didn't realize how much he really did.Brooklyn KinslerSanta Barbara, CaliforniaJanuary 4, 2017
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Your love lives forever in the hearts you touched on earth. Rest in Peace, Duke.fran williams - January 8, 2017

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