R.I.P. Zoe

Super Sad Dog

It’s easy to remember things about Zoe:

– Her expressive eyes

– Her otter tail that wap wap waps with the beat of a truly happy heart

– Her absolute need to greet you with a toy in the mouth and cries of joy as you walk into the house

– Her belief that she is a lap dog and not 85 lbs

– Her French kisses

– Her protective growls, even though she is the epitome of the phrase “bark is worse than the bite”

– Her ability to coat the entire house in white fur right after it has been cleaned

– Her food snatching skills unmatched by any other

– Her sharp yelps at the door in the middle of the night to let us know she has to pee because she knows to never do her business in the house

– Her calm and sweetness at full strength while being tormented by the kids

– Her “super sad dog” label despite her actually being the happiest dog in the world

– Her erratic hops around the house when someone gets the leash out for a walk

– Her natural talent to eat, eat, and eat

– Her stinky ears

– Her comfort whenever it is needed

– Her unconditional love

She is my first dog love.

This photo taken in 2011 will forever be my favorite of Zoe. It’s the quintessential photo that captures so much of her personality. Those eyes. Her expression. The cone of shame. All the while knowing that she is wagging her tail like crazy.

It will be hard to believe she is no longer with us.

Rest in peace our dear Zoe.

5 thoughts on “R.I.P. Zoe

  1. Zoe was very loved and that’s all we take with us..Unconditional love is what our precious animals give us. We should learn from them..R.I.P. Zoe and heart felt loss of your beloved pet to the Ha family..

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