June 1, 1993 – December 11, 1998
Ami was a big Rottweiler boy who taught me more about dogs than all my previous pets. We attended many obedience classes where I learned more about dog psychology than I had previously known. He was a velcro dog , always wanting to be with his people. He knew hand signals and could wave “bye bye” on command. He enjoyed playing “find the toy” or would get my boots when asked so that we could go for a walk. Gastric torsion took him at too young an age. It was hearbreaking and a huge loss.