1/15/2009 - 1/18/2020Only 3 days after her 11th birthday, we had to say goodbye to this beautiful baby.
Thank you for rescuing us, as we rescued you.
Thank you for all the love you gave to us.
Thank you for accepting our love.
Thank you for all the silliness, and for all the goofy stunts you pulled.
Thank you for your strength.
Thank you for always being there.
Thank you for keeping all my secrets.
Thank you for all the licks and kisses...a little wet, but great
Thank you for all the playtime's you insisted on everyday.
Thank you for your stubbornness.
Thank you for being the best teacher to Daisy.
Thank you for every moment.
I have a heart full of memories.
So to my special bulldozer, my gummy bear, bubbles. our special one, our magnificent one.
Sleep with the Lola
Go run and play... until we meet again.
Debra & Bob MancusoBoynton Beach, FloridaJanuary 20, 2020
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Rest in Peace sweet Lola. We will miss seeing you on our trips to Florida. You had the best life and the best Mommy and Daddy a doggie could have. We know you are free from pain and spreading those kisses to your loved ones in heaven. You will be forever loved and remembered. XOXOMary Ann and Joe Tantalo - January 23, 2020
When remembering LOLA the one word that comes to mind is “sweet.”
We were part-time neighbors - snowbirds that saw LOLA several times a year when we came to Florida from the north. Each time that LOLA saw us she greeted us with wet kisses, butt wagging, and lots of excitement. I don’t know if she actually remembered us, but she sure seemed happy to see us.
Many times we visited in the evening, settling down for conversation in the family room with our Florida friends, Debbi, Bob and LOLA and Daisy.
LOLA waited until we settled down on the couch and then she proceeded towards the couch and climbed up. She maneuvered on the couch, turning in circles, careful not to disturb us, until she found a comfortable position for herself, and then settled in with us for the evening. This was her couch after all - she wanted her spot, and she quietly and efficiently took it. She didn’t mind sharing. She was not demanding, she just wanted to be comfortable on her couch. This happened time and time again. So very sweet and cute. It was her routine with us.
The next time we are in Florida we will miss seeing sweet LOLA. We will miss sharing that couch with her. She has been a part of our Florida vacations for the last 11 years and her sweet, quiet way will always remain in our memory. Thank you LOLA for those memories.
Lesia and Norman Garfield
Centreville, VA
January 21, 2020.
Lesia GARFIELD - January 21, 2020

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