Picture of Emily, a female Beagle

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Home:Conshohocken, PA  
Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Emily

Sweet Emily

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

July 14th 1996

Chasing squirrels. Hiding bones. Sniffing around for bunnies and other wildlife.

She doesn't like her nails clipped.

Favorite Toy:
Anything squeaky. Empty water bottles she can crunch loudly.

Favorite Food:
Anything with butter on it.

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere with squirrels

Best Tricks:
Shake paw

Arrival Story:
Emily was born July 14, 1996 near Lansing, MI. Her middle name was Taylor, after Elizabeth Taylor. I adopted her on a snowy day. When she first arrived at my house, she grabbed an empty milk bottle from the recycle bin and had me chase her all around the backyard, tumbling through the snow, playing keep away with that milk bottle. Emily lived in Lansing, Mich.; Miami & Miami Beach, Fla.; Farmington Hills, Mich.; and finally Conshohocken, Penn. Emily liked to go on two hour walks on Saturday and Sunday mornings. She was curious , smart and an excellent hunter (lizards, squirrels, bunnies, deer). She liked to snooze in the shady grass on a summer day. She was like a living teddybear, letting little kids pet and hug her. She always had a kiss for everyone. Emily loved her sister dog, Poco Chanel, who passed away July 19, 2005. She enjoyed seeing her doggy friends in the apartment complex where we lived-- Jobe, Norton, Woof, Braxton, Guinness, Annie, Lana, Bacon and so many others. She enjoyed the care and friendship of Loretta, her wonderful dogwalker, who gave her a nice walk at midday, and a treat. Loretta was the last person who saw her alive.

Emily died on the evening of August 13, 2008 of smoke inhalation, trapped in our apartment during a massive 8-alarm fire at the Riverwalk at Millenium Apartments in Conshohocken. The fire started at an adjacent construction site at 4:52 pm, and by the time I got back from work, half the apartment complex was an inferno. Montgomery County SPCA's Animal Rescue Crew recovered her body two days later from the ruins. Emily was 12 years old, and a very sweet dog whom everyone loved.

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March 23rd 2004 More than 12 years!

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