Henry  's Memorial

(2001 - 2002)


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General Details

Name: Henry
Gender: Male
Type of Pet: Dog
Breed: Bichon Frise
Lived: Tuesday, 1 May 2001 - Tuesday, 1 January 2002

My Story

All good things come to an end, and I guess that even means good pets. If your lucky you get to watch them as puppies all the way through old age. Unfortunately our Henry was 9 months old when he passed. But them 9 short months felt like Henry's entire life. Henry was cute, funny, happy, protective, sweet, and understanding. What more could you ask from a pet or even a person. When they say a dog is man's best friend, it's easy to understand why it's so difficult to lose a great dog. 

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To Henry you were a fantastic dog who was so loving, kind, fun and full of energy. I will miss you always. Love Re...


Owners Names: Maurice & Beverley Dalton
Other Family Pets: 2 Dogs, 3 Cats, Tropical Fish
Country: United Kingdom
City: Goole
Unique Markings: Fluffy
Traits: Dipsy, Loving, Playful


Favourite Toy: Squeaky Bone
Favourite Place: Sat On your Knee
Favourite Meal: Chicken
Favourite Game: Playing Chase Round The Garden
Favourite Trick: Leap In The Air Onto Couch
Favourite Music: Whatever Was On Television
Type of Affection: cute, funny, happy, protective, sweet and understanding
Pet's Peeves: He Didn't Like Been Picked Up Alot
Other Interests:
Loved Lots Of People And Car Journey's


Place of Passing: At Home
Date of Passing: 1 January 2002
Cause of Passing: Poisning
Type of Funeral: Veterinary Burial
Place of Burial: Selby, North Yorkshire
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