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    Old Dawg (Senior Member) Shaggys Mom's Avatar

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ID:	10008This is the beautiful carved wooden box that the ashes of Sir Moose was returned to us in. Also his paw print in the clay with his name and date. However, his ashes will not remain in here, but will be burned under the cedar tree where he and our golden retriever Sophie loved to lay. She died Oct. 12, 2016 and we kep her ashes to be buried with Sir Moose, hoping it would be much longer away then it turned out to be. But still. we had him 1 1/2 years longer than expected after his diagnosis of liver disease, so are thankful for that. His collar and large tuft of fur will be kept in the box. He was returned us within a few days, but I just hated posting his last picture. But it is time.
    Jerry and Moose

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    It's a beautiful memorial to a very wonderful boy....he stayed with you for a short time, but got and gave a lifetime of love

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    That is a beautiful urn. And a lovely final burial with his old pal. It's clear by the love you are showing to his memory and spirit as to how lucky and loved he was when he was with you physically. I believe wherever he is now he can still feel that.

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