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Pets are a significant part of our lives; they are trusted friends and companions throughout our lifetime. At Flower Funeral Home, we have designed this pet site to help you memorialize your pet by posting a photo or writing a remembrance to share with your family and friends. We also want to offer you information about your choices when your pet dies and information about dealing with grief after the death of your pet.

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Booka Burrage-Jaco
April 23, 2009 - July 19, 2017
Age: 8

Cujo "Buddy" Spruill
August 28, 2017 - June 28, 2017
Age: 0
Cujo "Buddy" Spruill died unexpectedly on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 after succumbing to an unknown illness at the tender age of 35 years plus 10 months. Cujo is survived by his owner "CJ" and his father Buster and is preceded in death by his mother Diamond plus 2 of his siblings. Cujo was born in between August 27-29, 2011 and lived his life to the fullest. A memorial ceremony is scheduled for 2:30pm on Saturday, July 15, 2017, with a reception to follow. Cujo's beloved owner "CJ" will officiate the ceremony. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Cujo's life. Flowers and dog biscuits may be sent to the home of his owner "CJ". **Please join the family for a short reception and candlelight vigil at our home. A memorial stone will be erected at a later date. The family of Cujo Spruill would like to thank you for attending the ceremony.  

May 19, 1999 - February 02, 2017
Age: 18
Beagle/German Short-hair mix Coby was left at the Dubuque Humane Society after his first owners determined he was not the pet for them. His second family, having recently moved into their first house, decided to grow their family with a dog. Art, Maja and toddler Annika visited the Humane Society and were immediately drawn to he black puppy with polka dotted legs and a crooked tail. They finally convinced Amy that he should come home with them after several weeks of visiting him at the shelter. In March 2000, 10 month old Coby became part of the family. Coby proved to be a typical puppy, chewing on slippers, Barbies and diapers. He enjoyed daily walks and "hunting" for food from counters and tables. Getting. into the trash was a particular talent of his. Before the birth of Eliza, the family decided naughty Coby should go through obedience training to learn ways to help him be a better behaved dog and be comfortable with a new baby. He barely passed the training, but was featured in a tv commercial with Maja fand the trainer. Coby loved the new baby, checking out all visitors before he'd allow them to hold her. Soon, however, he returned to his naughty ways and reentered dog training for a second time. Coby loved going for daily rides in the family minivan, sitting in the front seat to take the girls to school. Coby never allowed himself to be broken of his hunting ways, successfully getting many pizzas, hamburgers, cookies, packs of gum and other things dogs shouldn't eat in his many years. Of particular significance was the Christmas Eve he ate a pound of double dipped chocolate covered peanuts, the Thanksgiving he ate a whole caramel apple pie, and the lunch he stole from a worker remodeling the family's kitchen. As he grew older, the family decided to supplement their family with another dog,a mini dachshund they adopted from the Dubuque Humane Society. Sadly, Oscar died after only six weeks (there is some suspicion amongst family members that Coby urged Oscar to eat that pair of unmentionables that proved fatal). Two weeks after Oscar's death, the family welcomed mini weenie Daisy. She was joined five months later by mini weenie Herbert, the heir and spare to Coby's dynasty. Coby especially enjoyed walks with Grandpa, snuggling with his girls, and making a mess with the kitchen trash can. He was the most infuriating, exasperating, yet lovable and loyal dog one could hope for. Rest In Peace, Coby-dog, we'll never forget you!

February 14, 2013 - January 24, 2017
Age: 4
Fuego Alvarez/Cox was the best fish and even better friend anyone could have he will be missed swim free in heaven sweet prince

Carl "Betta Fish" Chaney
December 10, 2015 - January 14, 2017
Age: 2
Carl will be missed! You were a great fish Carl. You've been with us since 11/28/2015. I had hoped you were hibernating during the cold weather, but to our sadness you were found this morning lifeless on your journey to fish 🐟 heaven. We said a prayer & gave a proper flushing. Carl leaves behind his Owner Cole Chaney.

December 31, 1969 - October 14, 2016
Age: 47
Mr Thunder Butt we miss you everyday, every hour. You were the BEST pet ever <3. You were taken from this Earth far to soon my fur baby. Love Mamma, Daddy, Jordan

June 08, 2011 - November 08, 2016
Age: 5
My beloved June went to sleep after a short illness. I will always remember her with great fondness.she was a loyal pet and will forever be in my heart and in the hearts of those who knew and loved her. RIP my love

Kasey Louque
April 20, 2010 - December 17, 2013
Age: 3
Kasey in the living arm's of our lord Jesus he passed away peacefully with he human Bye he side. will forever be greatful Ness I blessed each giving day to have Kitty cat he was very special you was Took from us around Christmas time.I never stop loving you until we aging at Rainbow bridge

October 17, 2002 - November 04, 2016
Age: 14
Lexie passed away peacefully November 4th with her human by her side. I will be forever greatfull for being blessed with the opportunity to have a Dog as special, smart and unique as Lexie. She definitely had a personality that was all her own. I'm going to miss everything about her. Lexie baby, I'll never stop loving you, until the day we mee again at the Rainbow Bridge.

January 03, 2006 - October 10, 2016
Age: 10
Today my heart is heavy because someone didn't care enough to stop and find me! Luckily a neighbor saw what happen to my loving Yogie as he laid in the street lifeless. Someone had hit my kaine son with no care that his father needs him at home. I'm a vet with serious health issues and you helped me deal with my problems everyday bringing me the joy that only you could. No need to ask why did you leave the yard. I just got on you something new you started doing this week. Five minutes and I can only hold you for the last time. No more having you by my side all day and sleeping with me at night. Daddy is on his way with your last ride in the backset where you loved to be to have you cremated so I can still have you with me always. Your love was pure and non conditional always there to keep daddy happy and smiling. Now I am sad and crying. I love you Yogie. Always daddy.

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