orthopedic pain management
Maybee Knot Rozga's Profile - Pet Pages for Deceased | Pets.ca
Create a Page for Your Pet

Pet Photos

Maybee Knot Rozga's Tribute

Maybee Knot Rozga
 

All about Maybee Knot Rozga

Pet Tip

Yawning and Blinking in Dogs – Pet tip 217

When it comes to reading a dog’s body language there are many movements and gestures to pay attention to. Some of the gestures are easy to understand. A growling dog is sending a clear message and very few people will mistake the intention of that message. It means that the dog is uncomfortable and you should immediately back off or back away. The growl will likely also come with other gestures like standing forward, ears pointing forward and possibly raised fur. A broad wagging tail is also a clear sign usually associated with happiness and alertness.

Owner:
Charley Rozga
City:
Milwaukee
Province, Country:
WI, United States
Type/Breed:
Rottweiler/ Yellow Labrador Mix
Date of Birth:
March 22, 1994
Date of Death
September 4, 2008
Sex:
Female
Height:
24
Weight:
88
Coat Colour:
Black with Rottweiler markings
Eye Colour:
Brown

Maybee


Maybee: We love you!  This is one fact that will never change in your family's eyes, even though you're now gone.  You were my best friend in the whole world.  Whenever I needed to hold someone, you were there for me.  Through the tears, fights, and just cuddle time, you were there.  Although sometimes you gave us the "If I sit here and let you do this, will you go away?" face.  Mom will miss those eyebrows of yours.  You brought life and personality to an animal, that I never knew one could have.  You were not my pet; you were my sister, my friend.  You were Mom and Dad's fourth child (the only one who every listened), Molly's sister, and an aunt to your niece and nephews.  This is what made you the light of our worlds.  I know we didn't always show it, but you truly were.  Sometimes you'd get into some trouble, like when you'd eat photographs, toys, important papers/mail, and even the cover to one of Mom's vinyl records.  I will cherish the weekends we got to spend together when Mom and Dad went away.  You'd just snuggle with me on the floor (secretly on their bed). Maybee, you protected us from all the evil out in the world.  Well, unless it didn't scare you first.  One of my favorite stories is when Dad came home wearing a raincoat and you thought he was breaking in.  You stood your ground hair raised and teeth shown, making it known you'd let nothing happen to us.  I love you more than words Maybee.  Thank you for being my puppy the last few weeks of your life doing "Batdog" again.


We'll miss you!


Have fun in heaven with Grandma! She crosses her arms just like you.

Recently Added Pet Pages