Magoo and I met nine years ago when I walked by his kennel at an adoption event. He did not get up out of what I called a gooball for anyone untiI came by. I took him on a walk, then made the best $100 purchase ever. The life we gave each other of always being excited for a walk, hike, dog park, or just watching some football together was more than I could have asked for. Over the years I have had many room mates, who have offered to take Magoo. Not because he needed a home, but because everyone who met him fell in love with his attention, velvet face, loyalty, and love. My mom had a huge part in his life by providing him with many treats and walks. Magoo and my mom were considered to be married they were so in love. Magoo would jump the backyard fence in all of my houses, even ones six feet tall. All of this to usually come around to the front to find his way back in, just to be around everyone. While his breath may have smelt like a rotten garbage can, and his body odor smelt like corn flakes, I will be missing that smell and his attentive eyes around my house. Coming home will never be what it was without him jumping around for attention. I know you will be missed by many people and other dogs. We all love you and thank you for being in our lives. I hope to see you again some day Magoo.