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Happy Endings In-Home Pet Euthanasia is proud to honor and memorialize some of the wonderful pets that have recently passed away.

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In Memory of


June 28, 2001 - November 26, 2016

I rescued Tracy, or rather, he chose me, in August of 2003. His previous family had surrendered him back to his breeder, and I kept his name of Troon Quarry Tracy. He was a sweet, kind, gentle dog, and a wonderful companion. I could never understand how someone could not want him. He was my best friend, and kept me company through the day, and slept with me every night under the covers. He loved to chase birds, and actually caught one one time, and brought it to me through the doggy door! When he started to get older and slow down, I made the – scary – decision to get a puppy to cheer him up and it worked! Tracy and Frankie were inseparable, and Frankie perked Tracy up, and watched out for him as his blindness and deafness and dementia increased. As it became obvious that Tracy was nearing the end of his stay on this earth, Frankie kept a vigil by his bed. The Saturday after Thanksgiving, it was clear that it was time to let him go, and Dr. Fixler came to our house that same day, and helped Tracy cross the Bridge. He was so kind and compassionate, and doing it this way helped Frankie to get closure.