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It was difficult to read George's story, what with the tears in my eyes. I am touched by your love, and I feel the pain for you. I too shall mourn George's passing, but shall rejoice in his life, for he was quite a character, I'm sure. The expressions on his face told stories all by themselves (himself). I have a Chinese Pug whom I love dearly, and now that he is getting on in years, I have thought about the prospect of having to say goodbye to him. I don't think I could ever love another dog as much as I love him, though, so he may well be the last dog I have. I am reminded of something I have read somewhere. It goes something to the effect that although we meet many people in our lives, we don't remember all of them, or even their names, but I can tell you the name of every dog I've ever known, and what they looked like and even what personalities they had. This may speak as well of every dog I've ever known, as anything else I could ever say.