Mozzie found me one day when I was walking through the neighborhood. I was very sad and felt so alone at the time. He looked like a pitiful totally ignored little dog. He was matted terribly and his nails were extremely long. He had on a collar but no identification. Neither did he have a chip. We took him to the vet and he had a complete physical. All was good. We took him home and cleaned him up groomed him and then got his shots. From that time on he was our little precious dog. He was a very good disciplined dog. He love to play and he played more with all the toys than any dog previous. He wanted us to throw the toy and he would retrieve it. He could do that for long periods of time. He was very energetic.
He was very loving and sweet. He liked to cuddle up in your arms and be close to you in bed. He traveled well. He liked to sleep in with me; therefore, I could read in the morning with him in bed with me. It was so very perfect. Then one day after having him 3 1/2 years, we noticed he would fall in the floor but would get right back up. We didn’t think that much about it until other symptoms began happening. In a matter of two weeks he went from an energetic and playful doggy to one who seem to be on his last leg. Of course we took him to the doctor. They did a complete physical with all the blood-work and found nothing. They sent us to neurology where we found that he had a brain tumor. We knew the end was near. His life with us was too short, but it was 3 1/2 years of total wonderfulness. When he found me, I was At a very low time in my life. I believe he was sent to me as an angel to help fix my life. I will remember him with much thankfulness for the wonderful time I had with him, even though it was short.
What an awesome friend and pet Mozzie was!