Sir Lancelot deZocieur

Golden Retriever [See My DogsterPlus Photo Book]
Picture of Sir Lancelot deZocieur, a male Golden Retriever

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"Thank you for my first beautiful wings, Daisy Mae. I love them."

Home:Matthews, NC  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

Thank you, Daisy, for my beautiful wings. I love them.

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"Thank you, Daisy, for my beautiful wings. I love them."

Our precious angel! Always and forever loved.

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"Our precious angel! Always and forever loved."

Just chillin\'

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"Just chillin'"

Chillin\' in the family room.

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"Chillin' in the family room."

Scratching my back!

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"Scratching my back!"

What\'s with this white stuff?

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"What's with this white stuff?"

Thinking about which bow I want to snatch!

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"Thinking about which bow I want to snatch!"

Can we go for a walk?

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"Can we go for a walk?"

Helping with the swing set.

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"Helping with the swing set."

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Sun Sign:
Rainbow Bridge
Quick Bio:

February 14th 1991

Being with people and playing with his toys.

He was terrified of the hot air balloons that used to go overhead in the evenings. He would cower in fear when he heard them.

Favorite Toy:
Chewy bones and balls.

Favorite Food:
Whatever was given to him.

Favorite Walk:
Down to the lake behind our house.

Best Tricks:
He loved to shake howdy.

Arrival Story:
Our son who was living in San Antonio bred his beautiful Golden Retriever, Sundance, to a fine Golden Retriever, Tanner (but called Burley), who lived in the same apartment complex with them. The result was quite a brood for Sundance, of which, Lance was one. My mother had passed away from cancer in February of 1990 and two weeks after she passed away, someone poisoned our precious Cockerpoo, Happy. We found him on our deck where he had come to die. And a week later, our cute mixed dog, Ratzenfratz, was also poisoned. By the time we notice he was ill and called the vet, it was too late and he died in our arms. Our daughter was just devastated over the loss of three very close loved ones. So, after our son bred Sundance, he told us he was giving us one of the puppies to help fill a very big void in our lives. He sent Lance to us via airplane. Lance was about 4 months old when he arrived. He was so scared when we picked him up at the airport. It did not take him long to get over that and become very excited to be with us. By this time he was getting on the large size... too big to be a lap dog. Unfortunately, Lance did not know he was too big so quite often he would jump in our laps and could not understand why he did not fit.

Lance was a wonderful dog for the 7 years he was with us. He did develop hip dysplasia and had to be on Cosequin, which seemed to help him, for that problem for several years toward the end. He somehow developed a virus that attacked his heart (the doc doc said it could have been something he was born with). At first, we thought he just might make it because his other organs were not involved. He was at the doc doc's for about a week when his other organs began to shut down from this virus. A very painful decision had to be made in November of 1998. We could see he was suffering, although he always tried to get up to visit with us and was so happy when we were there with him. We very sadly had to agree with the doc doc that it was in Lance's best interest to allow him the dignity of being free of his pain. Neither my husband, nor I were strong enough to actually be with him at the end. I will never, ever do that again. I will be with any of my babies until the very end if the choice has to be made again. I am still troubled by not being with Lance. His eyes pleading with me to take him home and wagging his sweet tail are the very last memories I have of him. I should have been with him.

Forums Motto:
Let me do it!

Birthday: February 14, 1991

Bridge date: November 20, 1998

Thank you Maya for my membership card!



"Thank you for my membership card, Brandy. I love it!"


I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 22nd 2008 More than 8 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:

for 3292 days

Meet my family
Patchez Kujo ~ Mrs.
Hooch ~
Forever Loved
Prince ~ Loved
Forever ~
PrincessMojo ~ Forever
Clawdia ~
Heaven's Sweet
Callista aka
Baby G ~
Fire (Always
in my heart)
ChanceMr. Biscuits ~
Dreamboat #143
Charming aka
Mr. Purrzz

Meet my Pup Pals
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~ Memories of Lance ~

A rainbow rosette for my birthday!

February 14th 2009 5:51 am
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Pippin sent me a lovely rainbow rosette for my birthday today! He said, "HAPPY BIRTHDAY SIR LANCELOT!! I hope you will have a very Happy Birthday. You will be remembered on this day and always. You are loved by all that knew you. Thank you for being my friend. Happy Valentine's Day too. Happy Birthday! Pippin"


A thoughtful rainbow rosette from Pippin.

November 15th 2008 6:36 am
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Pippin sent me a very thoughtful rainbow rosette on November 12th. He said, "Just thinking of you, Sir Lancelot. You are a beautiful soul and you are very loved and very missed in your home and in the hearts of everyone who loved you. Love your Pug Pal, Pippin" Thank you for thinking of me!


Wow! Great smelling furiendship collars!

August 3rd 2008 1:50 pm
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Wasn't it nice of Catster to given us free gifties of a Febreze collar? It helps us to touch base with our pals to let them know how much they mean to us and that we are thinking about them. The collars are such a a purrty blue, too.

I was going to thank each special pal who sent me the furiendship Febreze collars in my diary but so many precious pals have sent collars to me and to my furmily that my mom told me that no way could she name each special pal. Please understand that my meowmy IS the problem not me. I need her to type for me so I have to just grin and do what my mom says. My mom just keeps losing track of from whom I am receiving these pawsome collars. You know you just can't hire good help these days.

I would would really like to thank each of you fur the furiendship Febreze collars that you sent to me and want you to know how much it means to me to have such special and caring pals. You are all furry special and I am so greatful to have such pawsome pals in my life. Thank you to all who cared enough to send these furiendship collars to me. I love all of you.

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