It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of “Boogie” on May 14th 2013. Boogie was born on September 20th 2002, a wonderful and loyal dog loving everyone he met in his 10 years. He was a hefty eater and could not get enough chicken, bacon, popcorn, milk, carrots, cherry raspa or his favorite McDonald’s french fries. His favorite pastime was playing with stuffed animals. He would tear out the eyes and nose and finally get the squeaker! His favorite game was “BANG.” His father would pretend to shot him and he would collapse to floor and play dead. Boogie was ruled by his little brother, Elvis, a four pound Chihuahua. His kind gentle soul would not let this get the best of him. Elvis would test his patience but Boogie never lost it. He always remained calm, cool and collected. Boogie always participated in the annual Halloween and Fiesta pet costume contest hosted by 4 Paws Animal Hospital as well as many other local events. He was crowned “King of Four Paws.” He also loved to take car trips. He swam in the Gulf of Mexico and rode his Boogie Board on the Blanco River. He visited the Dallas/Fort Worth area and the famous Marfa Lights. His last summer vacation was to New Orleans where he stayed at a Bed and Breakfast. He would relax on the front porch in the evenings with his family. Boogie is survived by his owners David and Becky and his brother Elvis and sister Zoe. His family would like to thank Dr. Olga Jaimez and her staff at 4 Paws Animal Hospital and Dr. Maria Williams and her staff at Compassionate Care for the care provided to him. Boogie won the battle against cancer because he never gave up the fight. He is missed, loved and remembered by his family and friends. We will all unite again one day in the far future at the rainbow bridge. Until then, know that you are loved my dear sweet Boogie.

Funeral Home:
All Paws Great and Small Crematory
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX
US 78220

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