Harmony was cherished by her family and friends.

Being the only puppy in her litter, she grew up with her humans. She learned willfulness early; to get what you wanted you wore your humans down until they gave in. How could you deny that precious being with such a sweet face. Intelligence, she trained all of us well!

Harmony learned to retrieve before she was 3 months old, encouraged by her human mom with a bad back,

Harmony would pick up anything dropped or asked for and bring it to you for a cookie. My pockets could never hold enough. Whenever we went out, my face would be red trying to explain that my dog was playing when she took that wallet, keys, remote, pen, just about anything that she could sniff and pull to me so she could have her cookie.

Harmony was a drama queen, a starlet, and when she would get into trouble upon receiving a verbal punishment she would squint her eyes closed, pull her lips back tightly forming cheeks and look up at you with – I’m sorry – look- how could you be mad when you just wanted to laugh. Of course who’s fault was it really, ‘The Queens’? Harmony would look at you with forgiveness and you knew who had the bigger brain and soul.

She was shown in conformation and finished her championship Dec. 1996 at the Siberian Husky Club of Metro Dallas taking WB, BOW. She was an excellent example of the breed, type and movement. Her temperament was above standard. A caring and devoted mom, her influence is seen in her legacy.

Her voice is missed in the pack and there is a silence within our hearts.

CH. WINDSPIRIT’S PERFEKT HARMONY CGC

A companion and friend that loved unconditionally.

I thought I was training you, but you were teaching me.

Thank you, gentle soul for sharing your life with me.

We will meet at the Rainbow Bridge.

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

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