Miller entered the world in May of 2005 and his body left his loving family on November 13, 2019. Miller found his way to his mom shortly after his birth. He was the most perfect dog and his playful and loving essence will be remembered today, tomorrow and every day. Miller had the kindest soul, which will live on within all those who loved him. He enjoyed long walks, clean blankets, chasing squirrels and all his toys. He also loved to sit outside; his favorite feeling was a cool breeze on a warm day. He would close his eyes and embrace the smell of the air as it gently blew over his face. He loved to go for walks and cuddle with his best buddy, Elizabeth. Miller loved and cared deeply for his family, especially his siblings. The love that he taught and showed us, was returned deeply as if love could have kept him alive, he would have lived forever. He was loved more than any dog could ever be loved. Miller was preceded in death by his brother and dearest friend, Petie. He leaves his sisters, Graeson, and Madison behind to survey his land and keep the yard free of squirrels. Miller leaves other special people behind, Jennifer Barnes, who brought him into his mom’s life and was there holding his paw as he took his last breath, his grandparents George and Beverly O’Brien who traveled mile after mile to care for him often and his mommy, Angie, who loves him without end. Miller had wonderful friends at Vinton veterinarian Hospital who cared for him tremendously, especially his dedicated and supportive doctor, Courtney Wiegard. Thank you VVH for all the help and support throughout all the years.