Arley William Stamps, age 12, of Atlanta, IN crossed over the Rainbow Bridge on Monday, March 4, 2019 with his loving parents, Ron and Mary Kay, by his side.
Arley was born on May 12, 2006 in Waynestown, IN. His family happened across their precious little boy at a breeder in Waynestown and when they were introduced, he immediately ran to Mary Kay and started licking her face. It was love at first sight for all of them!
Arley had an amazing personality. He was the most laid back, passive, loving doggie Ron and Mary Kay ever had the pleasure of knowing. It took him awhile to find his voice, he didn’t bark for quite some time after coming to his new home. He never met a stranger; everyone that interacted with him always commented how much they enjoyed him. Arley was a real people dog, they were unsure if he even knew he was a dog. He never had the typical dog reaction to meeting other dogs and would look at them like they were crazy when they tried to introduce themselves. His favorite treats were even people food, popcorn and watermelon. When anyone would visit it didn't matter who it was, Arley always had to get one of his many babies and go greet them.
Arley was the apple of his parents’ eye. This little boy was like a fourth child to them. He will be missed dearly by all who knew him. Ron and Mary Kay said the thing they will miss the most are the enthusiastic way he would greet them no matter how long the absence and the snuggle time that they all enjoyed immensely.
“He gave us more enjoyment and serenity than we could ever repay. Rest in peace our precious little Arley, until we meet again.”
He is survived by his human momma and dad, Mary Kay and Ron; his human brother and sisters, Erik, Lora, and Andrea; as well as his adopted grandkids Natalie, Gretchen, Erika and Lauren.
Please feel free to leave a condolence or special memory of Arley for his family on his tribute wall.
“Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart” ~Winnie the Pooh