2/10/2020Rosie, although a small pug, always made her presence known. She ruled our roost and brooked no dissent. Although she suffered a number of physical traumas (loss of one eye, disc surgery) she persevered with the spirit of a puppy. At 13 she had lived life to the fullest. We love her still.Steven YakutisCanton, MassachusettsFebruary 15, 2020
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I remember when you took her home. Much love she had with you. Thank you for being her person.Amanda Kennedy - February 18, 2020
Remembering Dearest Rosie,
A sweetheart, a funny girl, devoted family member & friend. Mostly a prodigious kisser! I will always hold a place for you in my heart. You'll be greatly missed by everyone. Hope you're with your friends now. Mostly that you're at rest & at peace.
Most heartfelt sympathies to your loving family,
Martha Vitka - February 17, 2020
Rosie was like Rosie the Riveter: cute, tough, smart, and sassy. I couldn't find the right sized shirt for her to roll up her sleeves and flex. But she flexed anyway: "Don't you dare take my chew toy!" I didn't! I miss her.Nina Vansuch - February 16, 2020

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