September 4, 1994 ~ January 1, 1753
This is Suzie Q as we called her. We found her back on Sept 4, 1994 someone had dump her at the river here in Uvalde, TX. We were not going to take her, because we thought maybe she belonged to someone. We were in our boat on the water when she swam out to us. We knew that she trusted us. So we took her home and got her all the care she needed. We also noticed she was producing milk; she had some puppies. We never found them. We took her back to the site to try and fine her puppies, but had no luck. We have two yorkie puppies. She played with them and molded them in to good little dogs. If they were doing something wrong she would bark at them like she was scolding them. She played with them so very gently. She was a great family member. As long as you took her for a walk or a car ride she was content. My youngest daughter was 2 when we found her. So they grew up together. She will be greatly missed. I cried when I read your letter; it sounded like you really took special care of my Suzie Q. I was really impressed with the cedar box and her name plate. I was not expecting that. Thank you so much. Faye Ansley and Family
All Paws Great and Small Crematory
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX