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“Chester looked like a sweetheart!
1 of 9 | Posted by: Sharaon
“Chester looks just like my Golden Retriever. I am sorry about your loss. I know how special he was to ya'll cause they are such loyal, loving,...Read More »
2 of 9 | Posted by: golden triever owner
3 of 9 | Posted by: Poopie - None
“My condolences to the Markey family on your loss.
Chester was a wonderful, affectionate member of the family. He always made me feel so welcome...Read More »
4 of 9 | Posted by: Ralph Decuers - Flower Mound, TX
“Dogs come into your life and dogs go out of your life and all of them occupy a spot in your heart. But every now and then one comes along that is...Read More »
5 of 9 | Posted by: PawPaw and GiGi - ocean springs, MS
“Ches,You were such a wonderful boy and we loved you dearly. I'll never forget how happy you always were to see us when we came to visit and how your...Read More »
6 of 9 | Posted by: Jerri & Calli - Slidell, LA
“Where do I begin? I only came into your life two years ago, but I loved you from the moment we met. You knew when I came in the door to go staright...Read More »
7 of 9 | Posted by: Dana - Slidell, LA
“chester you meant the world to me it was very hard to see you go but i hope you are running up in heaven pain free show jake around and meet misty! i...Read More »
8 of 9 | Posted by: kaitlyn - slidell, LA - friend
“I can't even begin to tell you how much i miss you chedder. You were the best dog in the world, no dog will ever be the same as you. I miss all the...Read More »
9 of 9 | Posted by: Katelyn - Slidell, LA - Sister
How do you say goodbye to your friend, protector and constant companion? I don’t believe we ever will. For now we will just say farewell, until we meet again. Our lives have been richer, happier and certainly more blessed because we shared them with Chester.
He came to be with us by chance. We didn’t know what we were in for! He trained us to give him a treat every time he came inside (and he only went outside to do his business!). He trained us to go to bed at the same time every night (and he certainly let us know if we were late!). He trained us to walk him without a leash (no leashes for the king of this castle!). He trained us to never leave each other alone at night (we must all head to the bedroom at the exact same time, or he would impatiently wait on the landing!). He loved to play hide and go seek with his ears perked up, listening for any sound of movement to find his dad who was strategically hiding somewhere in the house.
He would sit on the stairs and stare out the front door waiting for us to come home. He wouldn’t move until he got his “staircase lovin” when you arrived home.
He didn’t get much “people” food but he LOVED eggs and popcorn. We always made extra eggs for Chester and when dad made popcorn, Chester would sit with him by the popcorn machine and wag his tail furiously in anticipation. As soon as dad had his bowl full and was seated in the recliner…one bite for dad, one bite for Chester, one bite for dad, one bite for Chester… and so it would go until the bowl was empty.
There are so many memories that we will forever hold in our hearts. We miss you terribly, Ches. Enjoy your wings! We love you!