5/16/2004 ~ 8/4/2014 – Simply put, Tyson was truly one of a kind and we were blessed to be chosen as his parents. He made a lasting impression on each and every person that was fortunate enough to meet him. He was gentle, extremely intelligent (he could tell time better than most people), very obedient (though he could be stubborn when he felt like it) and never failed to win the heart of any person or other dog he ever met. His favorite activities were putting smiles on the faces of the children at Fletcher Allen’s Children Hospital, filling the role of the “world’s largest pug” every year at the Green Mountain Pug Rescue Annual Social, running in our neighbor’s Christmas Tree Farm with his brothers & sisters, and taking long naps in his favorite chair. Losing him has left us broken, but we know that he is in a better place with his big sister Emma and they will both forever be in our hearts.
– Andy and Christy Hollstein