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A belated thank you for cremating our dogs Taco, Jasmine, and cat Olivia over the past 10 months. Like many vets, we have acquired many animals. Many of whom became seniors at the same time. I really appreciate the services that you provide. I hope to not be using them personally for some time to come.
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Memorial for: Rupert
Age:  13, March 2008 - April 6, 2011
Nickname(s):  Ruppie

About Rupert

Species:  Dog
Breed:  Mixed
Gender:  Male
Favorite Toy:
   Anything that squeaked
Favorite Treat:
   Al
Best Trick:
   Did not do tricks
Favorite Game:
   Did not like games
Favorite Pastime:
   Sleeping and eating
Special Skills:
   Remaining calm at all times

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I remember when he was a puppy in Hawaii. Sorry Jody for your loss - I know that you were a great MOM. Aloha Karen n Dave
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To our Rupert:

  Rupert was a special in so many ways and had a very special life although he did not seem to know that. He was born in Hawaii, grew up on a golf course and had privilege of swimming in a private pool and taking boat rides as well as many car rides on a regular basis. He was allowed to sleep in the bed under the covers and with his head on a pillow just like a human being. He spent many days at the beach and swimming in the ocean. He even came to the airstrip and watched me skydive, although I think he was more interested on what was happening on the ground. He flew Continental Airlines by himself through Houston (with a layover) to Atlanta to join me when I moved. When I picked him up at the airport, everyone knew his name. Everyone knew Rupert by his ear - it stood straight up and flopped over while the other one lay flat like a normal ear....very distinctive. He is predeceased by his cat sister, Maya. A big brother to her, when she was a kitten, he would take care of her by letting her eat his food and be in his bowl first. He would let her lay with him all the time. Once when she wandered outside (she was an indoor kitty), he went out and picked her up by the scruff of her neck and put her back inside the house. Overall, Rupert was a thoughtful and solemn dog, not a typical dog who chases balls and is playful. In fact he did not chase balls, instead he would look at you as if to say, "go get it yourself".....He was his own boss. He spent the last three days of his life, laying on a blanket in the grass in the shade with me by his side. The sun was shining, there was a gentle breeze and the sound of birds chirping constantly. It was typical beautiful spring weather where all beauty is re-born. He died peacefully with his head buried in my chest, hearing the sound of my heart and feeling my arms surrounding him. I, along with the many people who knew him, Sasha, his little sister included, will always love him for his uniqueness and quiet love. He was my little rock, my boy and I am going to miss everything about him.
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