by James

Murph was a street foundling, perhaps 5 weeks old. I initially thought he was not cute but realize he was magnificently beautiful. We did not know his ancestry, only guessing but suspect he was a Rott beagle mix, topping out at 90lbs. WSU has his DNA but they arent sharing. He was a big goof, on the go as much as possible then crashing in exhaustion. We loved him completely despite his faults and as many rotts before him, he got osteosarcoma at 11 yrs, going until he couldn't any longer. We miss him his happy energetic soul.

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