We aren’t really sure exactly when Boo’s life started. We like to think it started about two and a half years ago. That is when she became a member of the DeBaun family. She was rescued from a kennel after what appeared to be years of a rough life. We quickly realized that our family needed her just as much as she needed us. A once scared and timid dog learned how to love, but more importantly how to be loved. Boo became very protective over her family and was spoiled every day of her life. She quickly claimed stake to the most comfortable spot on the couch and never gave it up. Boo was filled with so much love, as if she had waited so many years to finally express that to a deserving family. There is no doubt in our minds that Boo Boo lived her best life these past couple of years. One thing is for sure Boo loved her gold fish and French fries. Although she certainly loved having her own space she was quick to throw a paw at you letting it be known that she was ready to be loved on. We have often thought about what Boo’s life was like before we brought her home and how someone could ever be so cruel to something so sweet. We wanted to give her the greatest final years of her life and while doing so she was the one that ended up giving us an amazing two years plus. I strongly encourage anyone reading this to rescue a senior dog, its hard knowing you won’t have much time with them but the time you do share with them will forever stay in your heart. Boo has taught us so much and we will never forget her. We’d like to thank the Edgar County Animal Shelter for the care they provided to Boo and for quickly getting her into a rescue. We’d also like to thank Honey Creek Animal Hospital for allowing us to adopt her & for providing her with the very best care the past 2 1/2 years.