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This is Jackson and his "dad" enjoying time in the backyard. They were usually found glued at the hip. Jackson was very loyal and loving. Jackson (nicknamed "Moo" ) adopted our family on Easter Sunday 1998. Not even old enough to be on solid foods yet, he already knew that we were the family for him. Since the day that he walked into our lives and adopted us, he has lived a life of love and luxury. I have to smile every time I think of the car ride home with him that day, how he sounded like he was laughing. He and our family were so happy to have him. Jackson has been an inseparable and important part of our family ever since. He was our baby. Even though we only had Jackson for 8 years, they were filled with love, laughter and lots of cozy time. He has touched our hearts and changed our lives. He is greatly missed.  

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