Juno was often described as the sweetest boxer anyone had ever met. She had the softest fur and forever felt like a puppy. She preferred humans over other dogs, but in her short 2.5 years of life she would become best friends with a few other four legged pups. Juno had a lot of sass. She would wait for you to get up from the couch and take your spot or if you stopped petting her she would shriek at you. She loved to snuggle, especially her dad, Steffan, but she was not shy to spread love to anyone. She protected me, her mom, the most, but as long as I told her it was okay, she would lick you to death if you let her. Her favorite way to burn off energy was going hiking, mountain biking, and letting the zoomies out while walking through Laurel Hill Cemetery in Philadelphia. She didn’t chew on toys very much, but would destroy cardboard boxes or egg cartons. She was often referred to as the boxer in the window, because at our house in Philadelphia she would sit in the window and would watch the world go by. We miss and love you so much Juno. You brought us so much joy. “We know that Heaven is a place where all the dogs you’ve ever loved come to greet you.”
A donation was made in Juno's memory and the memorial was created on September 11, 2020.