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Hannah Buttera

d. November 13, 2019


Hannah Mae AKA “Skeet Bomb” bringing you into this world in 2005 was the BEST day of my life.  You immediately knew I was your mom and I would take care of you your entire life.  You taught me so much in your lifetime, I do not think any dog will be able to live up to you.  You taught me patience when you wouldn’t listen, taught me how to replace doors when you would break through them to come inside, you taught me to be punctual especially for ALL feeding but most of all you taught me unbreakable unconditional LOVE and TRUST.  You loved me and I loved you and we were best friends.  You were there when I bought my first home keeping me company in a big house all alone.  We snuggled and played many hours in that backyard with your duck. You were there for me every sad moment to lick my tears and lay next to me and comfort me.  You were there in all my happy moments also.  You were at my wedding and there when we brought our human babies home wagging your tail.  You had a lasting impression on everyone you met. Hannah, my dear, were never just a dog you were a mans best companion and had a heart full of love for all who would scratch your ears, pet you or throw the duck in the back yard. Daddy came to live with us and he loved you just as much and brought you a new friend Grace.  You two learned to do everything together and became best fur buddies.  Two human friends were born in your lifetime and you watched over them, checking the crib and making sure they were never into trouble.  The bond you made with them was irreplaceable. We have so many memories with you like our car rides, boat rides, swimming, many many walks/runs together and snuggles on the couch.  But what we will miss the most is you not being there when we walk through the door, wagging your tail, or who will take our last bite of whatever we were eating. You were my first born and my true companion and we knew as a family we could always trust in you.  To watch you age has been so hard but our connection will never leave our memory. So today you pass over and will continue your amazing journey in doggie heaven, I hope you get endless ice cream, pizza, peanut butter or any treat you want.  Having you as our dog has made us better people.  Someone once told me With great love comes great pain it will never be easy but know we loved you and will never forget all the memories we cherished together.  We were beyond blessed to call you ours and thank you for loving us all unconditionally. Hannah we will all miss you but most of all mommy will miss your sweet kisses and tail wagging, smiling puppy dog face.  We love you.

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