October 10, 1995 ~ September 26, 2005
We would like to acknowledge the great life we had with our baby Milo. Milo, our baby who was almost 10 human years old, was killed unexpectedly. We bought him from a lady that lived in Somerset. He was only 6 weeks old and weighed about 5 ounces and fit in the palm of our hand. He was originally for my grandmother, but when my husband laid eyes on him there was no way he was giving him away. He was like a little white ball of cloud that God had given us full of love. He was so little that we had to put a bell on his neck, so that we could hear the jingle as he ran in the halls or around the house. He is what brought light and more love into our lives. We consider him as our son not as a pet. Milo was our very first baby and then came our other baby, which was his girlfriend for 8 human years until now ‘Chica’. We lived a very happy life together. Milo was very attached to his human daddy. Milo loved to be carried, kissed and cuddled by his daddy all the time. He loved going with us on trips to visit grandma, family, and friends. He was a protective dog and always thought he was bigger than his size; he only weighed about 4 to 5 pounds. He would get sick sometimes and really give us a scare because he would get limp and just lay there. We were afraid that when we would go to the doctor they would tell us they couldn’t do anything, but our baby would always pull through. Milo we will miss you!!! It will never be the same without you; especially your Daddy wants to let you know that he doesn’t know what he’ll do without you. We love you and we will meet up with you someday, so keep an eye out for us. Stay bigg!!! We will never forget you. Always in our prayers, heart and minds Love You Always Daddy & Mommy
All Paws Great and Small Crematory
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX