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BIS CH Standbyme's Good Golly Ms Molly" (Molly)
(May 1995-May 2006)

Your coming into our lives at 15 month of age was the best thing that happened...for that we are grateful. Divorce separating you from your special people...the loss of our very special Dane the day before...fate said this was meant to be, and I believe it was. All of us were missing something in our lives that day and we all needed each other. You became ours and latched on to Dave and he to you, it was comforting for all. 

We had wonderful years with you. From the show ring, to the whelping box, and always being Molly. Our Squirrel chasing defender of the yard, from pesky magpies to the queen of the house, you were a force. You being you, was all anyone could ever want from a Great Dane, loyal, dependable affectionate and always ready to protect me from harm if it should come when dad was on night shift.

Children, Oh how you loved children. Dragging Dad over to them at dog shows, I remember several times not seeing much of you other than your ears amongst the children hugging and petting you. You were special in so many ways, giving us so many wonderful memories to cherish. 

Molly, your daughters middle aged and seniors are missing their mama, they won't lay in your special spot. Funny how they know. Our house is a little emptier without you, but I know there is a new star twinkling in the night sky.

We miss you dear Molly. Till we meet again...

Dave & Vicky Lanyon
Sunglo Danes (Perm Reg'd)


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