Beloved St. Bernard remembered by members of Mt. Juliet community
Quincy and owner Sharon Ceragioli. Submitted.
It was not long ago when a resident of the Mt. Juliet community dropped by the Chronicle of Mt. Juliet’s newspaper office to inform staff writers of the change in health to the community’s beloved dog, Quincy.
It was acknowledged by veterinarian doctors that Quincy’s health had decreased and that all medical possibilities had been performed in the dog’s favor.
The giant St. Bernard was a legend around the Wilson County and Mt. Juliet communities.
Quincy was a spirit-raising dog to many in the local assisted living communities where the beloved dog visited residents.
Quincy’s owner, Sharon Ceragioli, talked about how Quincy brought happiness to everyone that he met. “Quincy brought smiles to every face that he walked up to and met, changed many lives over the last five years in the Mt. Juliet community,” stated Ceragioli.
Ceragioli took to social media last Monday afternoon, reaching out to friends in support of her loss, “Keep us in your prayers as we go through one of the hardest goodbyes.”
Before Quincy’s passing, the giant beloved dog looked at his owner and licked her face, kissing her before taking his last breath outside of the veterinarian’s office.
Ceragioli thanks the community for all of the support and kind words during this difficult time.