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I met Rocket in 1998 when I answered an ad in the paper for
a two year old Chihuahua
for sale. I’ll never forget our first
meeting. He was a little fire
cracker. He barked and snarled and
snapped at me and wouldn’t let me get near him.
Then he lifted his leg and peed on the carpet in case I had any doubts
about who was the boss of that house.
For me, it was love at first sight.
Rocket must have thought things over during the car ride
home, because when I let him out of his carrier, he immediately crawled into my
lap. We were inseparable from that
Rocket loved pupperoni, chicken, belly rubs, sunshine, warm
blankets, his bed, beanies, chasing kitties, exploring new places, walks down
the Jordan River trail, and opening
presents. He loved cuddling with his
mom. He liked being sang to, especially
when the words were changed to somehow include his name. He shared his home with many different dogs
over the years and he enjoyed being a part of a pack. He seemed to take special joy in bossing
around dogs who were much, much bigger than himself.
Rocket was intelligent, protective and courageous, a typical Chihuahua in many
ways. He was completely devoted to his
mommy. He made many special friends over
the years, and although he grew to love and accept James as his daddy, he was
always a mama’s boy through and through.
Rocket was my best and closest friend for 13 years. He gave my life meaning. He gave me the kind of unwavering,
unconditional love that only a dog can give.
He was fiercely loyal. He would
have done anything to make me happy. And
he did make me so happy. There are no
words to describe this loss.
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