Peug: Partner in Mischief, Traveling Man and Personal Angel First Class

Great Pyrenees Champion Framboise Peugeot d’Pyradis – 11/2001 – 4/2014

Our Beloved Companion, Guardian, Partner in mischief and Personal Angel First-Class, “Peug” (to his pals) has serenely slipped across the Rainbow Bridge to an idyllic Elysium of freedom, hardy, happy play and infinite discovery – with countless squirrels to chase, bones to bury and shade trees to snooze beneath. Tarry awhile, darling Little Man, we’ll be along shortly.

We experienced an amazing adventure; Peug lived an extraordinary life. A Traveling Man, he went where we went – 9000 walks; 3200 Jeep day-trips; 25,000 miles in his coaches; lunch and dinner at alfresco patios all over the map. Fisherman’s Wharf to Lynchburg, Peugeot was greeted and treated like a Superstar. Our pampered Pyr relished his royal treatment and the occasional rasher of bacon as his reward. Crème de la crème: nuzzles from his many mates at San Diego’s “Galley at the Marina” and a personal invitation to Christmas Dinner inside his favorite Idyllwild restaurant. A Lucky Dog, indeed.
His legion of friends, family and passionate fans of every age and description simply couldn’t resist his stunning snowy visage and charismatic allure. A surefire people magnet, Peug never disappointed. The “Polar Bear Dog” gladdened untold hearts and lifted spirits at each bend in the road. His face graces family photos from coast-to-coast.
Kingston to Klamath – Hollywood to Houston – Morro Bay to Muskogee
Tombstone to Texarkana – Pensacola to Park City – Luckenbach to Las Cruces
Memphis to Mammoth – Shreveport to The Smoky Mountains; he was showered with attention and affection from strangers and buds alike in more places than we can recall. Peug personified “The Gentle Giant.” We wouldn’t trade a mile or a minute.
Peugeot was exactly as he appeared – at once, Majestic, Wise, Squish-able, Beautiful, Patient, Elegant, Noble, Sweet as Honey and a Forever Puppy with a loving, True Heart. His luminous, dark-brown eyes looked deeply into your soul and he owned you.
We’re profoundly grateful to friend and breeder, Peggy Watson, for our 12½ year
priceless, journey with Peugeot. It was our destiny to be entrusted with his care and to share an uncommon communion and commitment. Now lost in an emotional fog, we can’t imagine life without him.
Adieu dearest, faithful friend. You’ve had a fever. After a little walk and by our pardon, it’s time to sleep. There is no sweeter thing, nor fate more blessed, than to sleep. You leave us with a tear in our hearts, a thousand precious, healing memories and not a single regret. You are now
one with the Angels and in PYRADISE.
With much love, Paul, Nancy and his Soul Brother, BraveHeart A. Cat

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I wanted to thank you for sending Dr. Brown to euthanize our beloved Myleigh on March 4, 2021. She was compassionate and accommodating, she explained every step of the procedure, and gave us some alone time with Myleigh after she sedated her, but... read more

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I can't recommend them enough. I had to say goodbye to my 21 year old cat companion. I read the reviews here on Yelp and chose Paws Into Grace and they made an unbearable situation not worse - from the people on the phone to the amazing doctor who came out to the house. She was so understanding and supportive. They were all so helpful, understanding and nice. My girl got to stay at home and say goodbye in the backyard (a hummingbird flew over and it seemed like a good sign too). So glad I didn't have to take her to a cold vet office.

Diane C.

My absolute love Dante had heart failure three months ago. After having him on many medications to help him, his enthusiasm and appetite declined last couple of days. He was in pain and we decided to help him go to heaven rather than torturing him with more medications which would make him even more miserable. I called and spoke to a very kind lady who was patient as I cried through making an appointment. We made an appointment for 1:30pm. Dr. Toni arrived. She was very kind, explained everything to us and gave us the time to be with our boy after the first shot. He wasn't relaxing enough so she gave him a second shot. We stayed with him throughout the entire process and I carried him to her car in the end. It was a very difficult decision but knowing that our boy is not in pain, gives us some peace. We are thankful to Dr. Toni for her kindness and compassion. They will arrange the cremation for us. Since we are in a pandemic, we had our masks on and said goodbye to our boy in our garden.

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I wanted to thank you for sending Dr. Brown to euthanize our beloved Myleigh on March 4, 2021. She was compassionate and accommodating, she explained every step of the procedure, and gave us some alone time with Myleigh after she sedated her, but before she attached the IV. We were relieved that we made the decision to let her go to doggy heaven at home. It was a tranquil and serene passing for her, and it very much aids us in the grieving and healing process knowing that she passed away so peacefully. Based on the grace and compassion Dr. Brown demonstrated on one of the most awful days of our lives we would not hesitate to recommend Paws Into Grace for others facing this very painful time.
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