A distinguished little gentleman and faithful pal
When Boomer came to us, he was frail and timid — not quite sure what to make of his new family, and certainly not of his new “brother,” our little wild man, Weber. But soon, Boomer was running through the house chasing his brother and following his new “mom” and “dad” closely – never more than a few feet away from his favorite humans. He was a distinguished little gentleman, always sitting proudly and watching us with soulful eyes. Boomer brought great joy to our lives in the six years we had the privilege of being his family.
While we miss him so much, we are left behind with some very happy memories. We will never forget the sound of his little feet running across our floor so quickly, that happy doggy smile or how Boomer would run next door to bark in the face of his archenemy, the beagle that lives there. Boomer was always there to greet us when we walked through the door, always protected us from things like strangers and “evil” vacuum cleaners. The memories of our sweet boy will continue to bring us happiness always, and we would adopt him again in a heartbeat. We love you, Boo-man, and know you are somewhere frolicking happily with friends.
Robert, Karlyn and Ellis Edmonds & Weber
June 6, 2015 / admin /
Categories: DDR Memorial