Ulani A Thiessen
Mocha was a very loving, affectionate, happy and lively boxer to the end. She was a special part of our family. She was always so welcoming to everyone that came to our home. We would always tell people she looks big and scary, but she won't hurt you, but she may lick you to death. Everyone loved her so much (friends and family). She always had to be in the mix of whatever was going on. She would wander around the house, the garage, front yard and back where ever people were checking up on all. She wanted to be a part of everything. She was like one of us. She would always follow the kids around or whoever was home, but as soon as I (mom) would get home she was right by my side and would follow me everywhere even if it was just to the next room. She loved to have her belly rubbed. It was always so funny when you would rub her belly. Her legs would start kicking like crazy cause it felt so good. It was so cute and funny. One of the last things I remember and had me laughing because of how smart she was when she was in the front yard and a lady had entered the gate and was walking to the front door. Mocha walked with the lady to the front door no problem, but as soon as they got to the door Mocha walked inside turned around and sat in the doorway and started barking. The lady had told me what happened, and I laughed and hugged and praised Mocha. She was such a smart and loving dog. Mocha we love you and miss you so much already!Ulani ThiessenLas Vegas, NevadaDecember 11, 2019
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