Rainbow Bridge

Lucas Barksdale Dickerson

Lucas will be remembered forever. We had countless days full of good times. He was born, not raised, in Compton. As a rescue puppy he was given the golden ticket to San Diego, then Denver. Not only did he enjoy these great cities, but he was received into a caring, loving family that gave him the best life.

Most would say his Compton roots only showed when he was protecting his pack. Otherwise he was a sweet dog with an unforgettable vibe. Very calm, centered and sure of himself. A family dog who put a smile on everyone’s face. In his prime, Lucas was capable of beating Colorado Top Dogs in a foot race. Not just a few of these dogs, but all of them. Mind numbing speed, yet a calm, steady demeanor. Even after his prime he randomly turned on his speed, reminding us of his impeccable racing skills. Alternatively, he was a good partner in crime on road trips and a great movie night buddy. I can’t remember a day when Lucas wasn’t the perfect example of a well rounded dog. We will miss you Lucas. Godspeed.

“What we have once enjoyed deeply we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes part of us.”

-Helen Keller

Lukas Barksdale Dickerson

Lukas

 

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