Jack Peyton and his dog Rosebud were a familiar sight to Land Park residents, who observed the pair during their daily walks around William Land Park. Peyton died Saturday, Dec. 26, a little more than a month after he was diagnosed with cancer, said his sister Jeanne Cole of Sacramento.
Jack Peyton and his dog Rosebud were a familiar sight to Land Park residents, who observed the pair during their daily walks around William Land Park. Peyton died Saturday, Dec. 26, a little more than a month after he was diagnosed with cancer, said his sister Jeanne Cole of Sacramento. Family photo
Jack Peyton and his dog Rosebud were a familiar sight to Land Park residents, who observed the pair during their daily walks around William Land Park. Peyton died Saturday, Dec. 26, a little more than a month after he was diagnosed with cancer, said his sister Jeanne Cole of Sacramento. Family photo

Land Park resident Jack Peyton found family of friends through bulldog Rosebud

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