Tex was born the year we got married, only 3 days before. So he has been a part of our life through our 14 years of marriage. When we first saw Tex at the breeder’s house, we knew he was the one. He had the coloring and markings we wanted and was also the cutest, but very shy. He tried to get away from us by running and hiding among the other puppies. We finally got him and brought him home. He has been with us ever since, including all our six moves to various houses. He was our faithful friend until the end. Tex did many funny things in his life. He dug a lot and once even dug Gerber out of our yard, but he couldn’t fit through the hole. Also, when he was a puppy, he once got stuck between the fence and steps in his backyard and who knows how long he had been there. He went in and didn’t know how to back out of the tunnel. I think he was the first dog that we know of to have his own special “dog room” built for him equipped with central air & heat and a doggy door to go in and out. Tex was always timid, yet territorial and protective of his owners. He always barked and howled with excitement every time we went out to see him. He didn’t care much for car rides, other dogs (except Gerber), or other people. He spent many times in the car to go to the Vet, surviving leg surgery and intestinal problems. He always pulled through like a cat with 9 lives. Sometimes he even behaved like a cat with all the purring and licking he did especially to Gerber and us. I am sure he is with her again at the Rainbow Bridge. He was a digger, sniffer, barker, and licker. And I am sure he is having a good time now that he is free from the pain he suffered at the end. We love you and miss you always our Beagle Tex.

Love, Shea and Jackie Soria (Daddy & Mommy)

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

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