2014 - 2023
We would like to pay our final respects to Hazel, a loyal and loving companion. She went across the rainbow bridge on January 16 at 11:03 am. Our hearts hurt and we are broken. Hazel would have turned 11 or 12 years old in April. She was rescued when she was about 1 year old. She was a very quiet, timid and most innocent girl. She was our first dog. She made such an impact in our life we are having so hard to have life without her. Hazel brought joy and comfort to those around her and left paw prints on our hearts forever.
Hazel was more than just a pet, she was a member of our family. She greeted us with wagging tails and licks on our faces, and her presence brought us comfort and happiness. She was always there for us, through thick and thin, good times and bad, and her unwavering love and devotion will be forever remembered.
Her journey may have been short, but it was filled with love, laughter, and countless adventures. We'll cherish the memories we have of Hazel playing in the yard, taking long walks, and snuggling up on the couch. Her spirit was indomitable, and her zest for life was contagious. She brought us closer to nature, taught us about unconditional love, and made us better people.
It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to Hazel, our beloved companion. Though her time with us was brief, her impact will last a lifetime. We will miss her soft fur, her wet nose, and her gentle soul. But we know that her memory will live on, and her spirit will continue to inspire us.
Rest in peace, dear Hazel. You will never be forgotten.