BanditRoyal Oak, MII can remember when we received bandit as a teeny tiny puppy with a huge fat pink belly 13 years ago. Bandit did not have a mean bone in his body. My mom used to say that he would sit there so long letting you pet him that you could pet all his Fur off and he wouldn't even care! Bandit was the best companion that anybody could ever have. Bandit will be dearly missed and in our hearts forever.
Gucci ShepardRoyal Oak, MIGucci was my first dog that just belonged to me. his mom was co-shared and gucci was her first born. I thought we would always be together until one of us got old and died, but it didn't turn out that way. I will always love gucci and he will never be replaced.
GabbyCincinnati, OHA beautiful, loving, and wonderful dog in every way! She was a Christmas gift after being rescued back in 2004. Gabby enjoyed her life. She furiously chased animals out of the yard with her little bark, was always excited to go bye-bye on a trip, and could be spunky and show her personality in a loving home. She was excited to greet whomever walked through the door after being gone for minutes or hours! She was thrown some health issues later in her life, but she was one
Shadow GonzalezRoyal Oak, MIFor 12 years you were a great friend and family member. From the first time we seen you to the last of your old man days we loved you! you were a fluffy little puppy, all the fun playing outside, and in the snow,chasing squirrels and all the snuggles and demanding to pet you. We loved it all. Miss you shads!
SHR Crawley’s Queen of Dixie JH RATN WC CGC aka DixieRoyal Oak, MIDixie was the matriarch of our poodle family. She was a faithful companion and hunting partner. She was the guardian and protector of our family. She raised all the puppies that came here with a sweet gentleness that cannot be explained. She spent her nights sleeping with our son. She enjoyed duck hunts in the swamp, chasing waves at the beach, and long jumps in the swimming pool. She was a master of counter surfing. If there was food left unattended, she would have it!
Mandy PrestonRoyal Oak, MIMandy Preston...beautiful, sweet, precious little girl came into our lives on November 06, 2002. She was eight weeks old and the most adorable, precocious little puppy I had ever laid my eyes on! Just looking at her made my heart smile and I smiled a lot through the years. She touched the lives of many with her gentle love, boldness, sense of adventure and humor. Who could ever forget that keen "mini schnauzer" intelligence and wit? What a personality! We will always c
TutiClifton, NJOur beautiful Tuti was rescued and adopted on June 29th 2000. She was about 9 monthso old at the time. She brought us so much love, joy and happiness. Suffering from a heart murmur and kidney failure our baby rested in my arms passing on January 21st 2017. We will live you forever Tuti!
BlazeRoyal Oak, MIBlaze was rescued November 16, 2015 by the Chisolm family and she has been apart of our family ever since. Her original owner and former family had passed away November 2015. Blaze was very smart, bright, loving, caring, and kind. She was playful and cheerful. She was called home January 17, 2017. We will never forget you Blaze and we'll always miss and love you.
Benjamin (Ben)Royal Oak, MIBen was born May 30, 2003 and we brought him home that summer. Not only did he love hunting with his dad, he was a natural and an excellent retriever who could ride in a canoe better than some humans! He was so smart and well-behaved, and even those who are not "dog people" loved him. Ben was truly an exceptional dog, and we are grateful that we were lucky enough to be his family, and that he lived a long and healthy life.