Egypt Hubbard will be missed. On January 22, he took his last breath in the arms of his loving owner and mother, Anne L. Hubbard. Egypt was a great dog that was loved by all. He was known for being a quiet little guy, rarely getting trouble and always ready for his treats and belly rubs. For a time, Egypt was known as "The Panty Thief"...stealing panties from the clothes basket and hiding them under Anne's bed. If panties were missing, we all knew where to look. Egypt, in his later years, was more mellow. He enjoyed long naps, back scratches and soft treats. Egypt was a integral part of the Hubbard family. He was present at all Family functions; running under the table looking for a "nibble". His favorite 'people' foods were Popcorn and Potato Chips. Egypt was more than a dog; he was the 'Man of the House', the 'Old Man', the 'Little Man', the family pet and the family friend.
He will be surely missed for years to come!