Our beloved German Shepherd, Zeus, passed away on July 30, 2022, in the comfort of our home surrounded by his fur-daddy and fur-nana.

After a long battle of illness, Zeus passed peacefully in his sleep. He will be missed dearly but we know he is now resting and no longer in pain.

Zeus came into our home at six weeks old and instantly stole our hearts.  He was a true gentle giant. We received compliments everywhere he went because of his size, beauty, and calm and gentle demeanor.

Zeus crossed over the rainbow bridge and was welcomed by Charlie, Buddy, and Molly.  He will forever be missed and always carried in our hearts and memories.

We love you Zeus!

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  1. CandleImageZeus, you gave your family the best memories and so much love. You will be missed but always thought of. Shine your light on them.

  2. CandleImageZeus, you were a blessing to Michael, I’m glad you’re not suffering anymore. No dog could compare to you especially in your dads eyes. You’ll be missed baby, we’ll see you again 💙

  3. CandleImageZeus, even though I didn’t meet you, your momma spoke about you. You were and are truly loved. May all the memories with your human and furry companions be with you! May you Rest in Doggie Heaven!

  4. Zeusy! You were indeed a big, gentle giant. I will always remember you coming up to my lap and laying your chin on my legs. You are truly missed but I know that you are up in puppy heaven with Buddy, Molly and Charlie.

  5. Zeus you did an amazing job taking care of your humans. They miss you terribly but we all know you are running with no pain in those fields! Fly high sweetheart!

  6. CandleImageWhile dogs may leave in body,
    The spirit always remain.
    May the happy memories you cherish
    Serve as comfort through the pain
    ~Saleema Lookman~

  7. Such a loyal companion! He was full of pride and love for his family. The many stories of Zeus will definitely be missed! RIP Zeus! ❤️🙏

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