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In Memory of Our Beloved...



At a time like this what can one say about a lifelong relationship? To me and the rest of my family Lacey was more that just a pet, she was the sixth member of our family.

Lacey came into our lives on my tenth birthday, she was a skinny scared dog living at the Humane society. We brought her home to realize that she could RUN! She was the fastest dog I had ever seen and would put all other dogs to shame. I can still recall the feeling of seeing her run, fast and low right on the ground as if she was flying.

I cannot convey the grief that I am feeling right now and I thank you all for providing this forum to express my grief and the feelings of loss. We all loved Lacey and we all hope that she is in a good place where the fields are endless and the Frisbees are always flying.

Andrew W.

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