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Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Our Precious Chow Angel, Moose Butt, BOSS, Cujo

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:

November 4th 1992

Being with "his" people, rollerblading with mom,watching out the window, going for rides, being in the woods

Going to the VET!!! Driving across OHIO!!! Being bossed by the shih zu, Satina teasing him, CATS CATS CATS!

Favorite Toy:
Tennis Balls

Favorite Food:
Frosty Paws

Favorite Walk:
Bike Path, Cemetery, in the Woods

Best Tricks:
"Reasoning", Being MR VELCRO

Arrival Story:
We had been asked by a co worker to go look at a red male chow in late 1992 she was thinking of getting at the SPCA. We thought he was the most beautiful dog we had ever seen. A few months passed and our keeshond died. There were two ads for puppies in the newspaper. We called the Golden Retreiver ad but there was no answer so we called the chow ad. We then traveled over 100 miles on back country roads in the worst snow storm Central PA has ever seen to bring home tiny fuzzy sleepy Leo.

All of my chows are what people refer to as "Heart Dogs" of a lifetime but there will only ever be ONE Leo. Leo was the most intelligent dog I have ever had, he reasoned things out til he got to a solution ... it was fascinating to watch. He was bold and protective and dominant and stubborn and loving. He adored the elderly and behaved his entire long life as THE KING! When he was nine years old, Miss Satina Ebony arrived. He mothered that tiny black puppie like he was her mother, he actually raised her, leaving me very little to teach her. That was fascinating to watch also. No pet has ever been missed more than Leo. 1992 - 2005 Rest Well my friend at THE RAINBOW BRIDGE, always sadly missed by all.

Forums Motto:
Our Old Soul

I've Been On Dogster Since:
January 5th 2008 More than 9 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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Miss You Every Day

16 yrs ago

December 31st 2008 1:43 pm
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To our blessed big red boy, LEO LITTLE LION, yesterday Daddy and me, Satina and Lestadt, took your GOT CHA DAY balloon to the cemetery where your little headstone is and your ashes are sprinkled there at Nana and PopPops graves ... we said a prayer for you and left your balloon fly free. Run free, fly and soar, big man, with no pain, our best friend, you are so dearly missed. There will never be another chow chow like you were. We love you and miss you every moment of our lives, LEO.


Summer 2008

June 12th 2008 8:27 pm
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Baby Boy, you left us over 3 yrs ago and there is never a day goes by that Daddy, me, Satina, do not think of you! I can "see" you every where and altho the hurt and pain of losing you has lessened, there will never be a heart chow like YOU! We visit your grave with Nana and Pop Pop there ... your Valentines Day scarf is there and your paw print stone. It is so important to me esp. that you are with my mom and dad, HOW THEY LOVED YOU! This GOT CHA day, we are going to release a balloon for you! It was so lonely when you first left us, Satina was so miserable and she was alone for 22 months. You have a new red baby brother. His name is Lestadt ... THE COUNT LESTADT de LIONCOURT. We love him so much but no chow can ever replace you. I can see your big red butt walking ahead of me on walks, such a good man, I remember the two times you really protected me and scared people ... what a boy ... I know you never would have backed down ... there are places I no longer go b/c I do not have your protection. I am so glad I did not have to take you to be put down.
It sure was not easy that you died at home, but I preferred that ... you are so greatly missed, by the AOL chow board, by my many friends here, you were just so loved ... you still are. Daddy and I were just talking about your intelligence and your eyes yesterday (your eyes were human)... how you put your head on my shoulder when you me and Satina were driving to Detroit and that terrible storm came up at Toledo, Ohio ... you always did anything you could to help your mommie ... you were just as concerned as I was the rage of that thunderstorm ... PEACE AT THE RAINBOW BRIDGE, our dearest MOST BELOVED ... Leo the Little Lion ... you will never be forgotten ... we will never stop missing you MOMMIE DADDY LESTADT SATINA

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