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In Memory of Our Beloved...



Trip was a black lab mix.  She lived to swim, play catch and sleep in our laps (all 70 lbs of her).  We rescued Trip off the street when she was 10 months old.  We already had two dogs, so my plan was to find her a good home.  I hadn't named her because I needed to prove to my husband that I could rescue animals and not keep them all. Within a week she had worked her way into my husband's heart (my heart was won over the day I met her).  After the first week, my husband named her (after trying to step over her in the middle of the night).  From that day forward her formal name was "Nighttime Tripping Hazard" or "Trip" for short.

We miss our girl, but we will never forget her!


Phillip and Mary Ann G.

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