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                               Rocky's Picture

 

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This is a picture of my dog Rocky. He was born on November

11,1990 and he went to dog heaven on February 14,2003.

When he was a pup, he tore my siding off my house, and spill

white paint on my blue classic car, but I loved him and forgave him.

He had Epilepsy. It started when he was about a year and a half

old. He had to take expensive medicine for the rest of his life.

He did not not act like a dog, but acted like a child. He eat people

food and I took him every evening to get ice cream.

He had a spot on his liver and spleen plus cancer of the liver. He

would not eat, and the vet said I must put him down. That was

the hardest thing I had to do. He was cremated and will be

buried with me, along with my other dog, Sam.

It has been almost 6 years, and when I get ready for bed, I look

out the back window, and say " Goodnight Rocky Dyamite".

I  hope that someday we will meet again.

                                    

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