10/6/2007 - 12/23/2019Asa's passing has left a forever hole in my heart. His smile, his goofy, clown-like way, is something EVERYONE who knew him, was drawn to. I always referred to him as my big Polar Bear. Asa was very special. He loved everyone and my bond with him was like none other. We had a way of seeing into each others hearts and just knowing when to bring each other comfort or a laugh. I cherish the last moments with him in a way I can not describe. LOL and Dr. Nil was so amazing and comforting at a time when I was inconsolable. Asa's presence remains in my home, and he's visited a few times with a bark here and a shuffle there. But he is still with me in the deepest of ways - in the depths of my heart and soul, this dog was truly unique in every way!! I think he may have even had a word or two with his sister, Kiah - to comfort me, to stay with me, and don't be sad for him - he's waiting for her, but in the meantime, he can run and play with all the other doggies - I miss him daily, and shed tears for him as much. I love you Asa!Mary AndersonTarpon Springs, FloridaFebruary 19, 2020
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What a Touching tribute! Asa had a great mother!Sam Ergle - February 20, 2020
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