In Memory...

Our Sonar

We met Sonar at pet shop at 12 Oaks. He was adopted by my husband and myself at a discount because he had just eaten part of the owner's front seat of sport car. That was our Sonar a loving silky terrier. He suffered in his last three years with diabetes and partial blindness but no matter he never was anything but a loving dog with us and his brother Radar. He ate the stem of my sunglasses but you could never be mad because he showed such love even the day he took me for a 2 hour walk just staying a few steps away all the way until we finally safely corraled him. We miss him so much -- his heart his love no matter what and I only wish I could see him wagging tail one more time but I hope there is a place for dogs where he is wagging his tail again. Thank you to the novi staff for their loving concern. I will never quite not be sad in a part of me because Sonar does not live with us anymore Larry and Judy Grant Farmington mi