We remember Khese as a remarkable, intuitive therapy dog who gravitated to terminally ill children, befriending them and making them her special little people. In her years as a therapy dog at FAHC Pediatrics, she comforted and said goodbye to many such children. Those who knew her also joked about her tendency to seek out those people most others avoided — the homeless, the mentally ill, those in trouble with the law; she loved anyone in handcuffs and could win over even the most hardened, tattooed, angry individual. Her intelligence, personality, and spirit enriched our lives in so many ways, every day of her life. Though there is a hole in our hearts because of her passing, we are comforted that she has been freed from a body that could no longer contain her tremendous spirit.
– Deb, Tom, & Isa