A note from Jazzies's adopted Family:

In January 2004 Edward and I (Renee) adopted Jazzie. Jazzie Girl had a tough start in life and she was a one dog household and went through a couple of homes before we fell in love with her and took Jazzie Girl home with us. Today Friday July 25, 2014 Jazzie Girl crossed over to the Rainbow Bridge.

We lost something very special, our poor Jazzie Girl, we heard her yelp by the time we got down the stairs she gasped twice and was gone. My only consolation is it seemed quick and with no suffering, as she crosses the Rainbow Bridge our Natasha will be there to greet her. Jazzie you can run far a free and the pain in the hips will not bother you anymore. We will always love you and we miss you terribly already. We loved the way you talked to us when we got home and go so excited for a walk or a ride in car. We will miss having to go to the "rain bunker" when it rains out, the rides to NH will not be the same without you in the back hanging your head out the window. We loved you so much and you loved us back you were always by our side those Jazzie-Wazzie hugs are the best ever. Until we meet again you have a special place in our hearts and soul. You will always be our Jazzie-Wazzie Girly Girly our sweet sweet Jazzie Girl.

Ed and I loved Jazzie whole heartedly we gave her a life of love and happiness and she gave us a life of happiness and love. Jazzie Girl was the best dog we could of ever asked for she was always right by our side with smiles, aaa-woos, howls and wagging her tail. There wasn't a moment she wasn't with us car rides, visiting with friends and family, beach, lake, hikes shopping dunkin donuts yeah everyone loved our sweet Jazzie Girl.

The day we brought Jazzie Girl home she just slept for days we were worried. Then she came to life and what a life of love, hugs and happiness we gave Jazzie the best life and she gave Edward and I a life of love and happiness. A year after we rescued Jazzie, we went to AMRONE bbq in N. Andover MA, and no one could believe the transformation of Jazzie how calm, relaxed and happy she was. Through the years Jazzie spent with us she bonded with everyone, we moved twice lived with my family in a tiny in-law apartment oh gosh did Jazzie Girl get spoiled, we purchased a home in NH and finally moved into a townhouse on a golf course in N. Reading no matter where we went it didn't bother Jazzie Girl at all because she was spoiled and loved even more. She loved frozen applesauce thanks to Nanna and Pa and homemade polenta thanks to Nonno and Nonna her grandparents loved her and spoiled her. We took a trip to Italy her Aunty Goshia (a trained pet sitter) stayed for three weeks and loved her when we arrived home she was so happy howling, crying, woof-woffing after a few days she was looking for her Aunty G.

Jazzie Girl was nothing but a gentle giant she was so trusting, strong willed and never showed a sign of weakness even when she was sick. Jazzie Girl she loved being hugged, patted, walks, waterfall hikes, car rides, roller blading and sitting out on the deck.

Jazzie Girl you are our sweet sweet Girl you are missed terribly missed and will always be in our heart the memories will always warm our heart and soul and always make us smile.

AMRONE Thank You for allowing us to be part of your family

Edward and Renee

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