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All gone. That’s just the ones on this phone over the last 10 years. Got a new pack (6) now. But those 2 aussies and the black cat are the ones I miss the most. Great thread to keep alive.
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Our boy Duke…
 
Every dog I've ever had was that way except my first dog I got as a gift, a female Rottweiler named Isis(the goddess of wind) because she farted when I picked her up. She passed in 2004 at 10 years old. The day we brought our daughter home from the hospital Isis wanted to sleep next to her crib every night or wherever my little girl was. She'd come into our room and wimper and cry for us to get up when my little girl would stir. I don't know about other animals but I believe with all my heart once you love a dog they develope a spirit or take part of yours
I don't know if they take part of your spirit but they sure take a piece of your heart.
 
Don't think I ever posted in this thread. This is my Boy Scout. We bought a range and microwave from a family remodeling their kitchen and walked away with their six-month old Golden. We already had two at home. When we looked at the appliances, this beautiful pup comes and presses his nose against the kitchen French doors. I told the guy, that the pup was the most beautiful Golden I've ever seen. He asked me if I wanted him. I said, absolutely. Wife didn't know until we went back the next day with a trailer to pick up the range and microwave. The guy's wife started giving my wife all this dog stuff. My wife didn't have a clue.

Scout literally saved me at a very, very dark time in my life. When my VA doctor told me I could get a service animal, I contacted a train-the-trainer organization to see if Scout was eligible. He was older than they preferred, but because of our relationship, they approved us for the training.

Most amazing companion I've ever had. We worked together for 7 years before he passed Palm Sunday of 2020 at the age of 12. Many members here had the opportunity to meet him. He was a gentle giant at 105 lbs; all muscle. His ashes will be buried with me at the National Cemetery in Canton.

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Lucie started having seizures on Friday. Vet said she'd be fine and gave us a bunch of meds. Yesterday at 5 she had a bad one, been up all night with her. At some point she lost her vision and ability to stand up. She was once a happy 6lb little girl until her sister past away in Dec which started this awful thread, she never recovered from the loss. She's been lingering ever since. I'm taking to her the vet to end her suffering in a few minutes
Took this pic yesterday while she was still able to stand. End of an era
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Lucie
started having seizures on Friday. Vet said she'd be fine and gave us a bunch of meds. Yesterday at 5 she had a bad one, been up all night with her. At some point she lost her vision and ability to stand up. She once a happy 6 lb little girl until her sister past away in Dec which started this awful thread, she never recovered from the loss. She's been lingering ever since. I'm taking to her the vet to end her suffering in a few minutes
Took this pic yesterday while she was still able to stand
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I feel for you. It’s so hard to do but sometimes it’s the best thing. Prayers to you. Be strong. She’s had a great life.
 
Man...I hate to hear that for you and your family. Losing a pup is tough, but when your pet has no promise of good quality of life putting them down is the selfless thing to do. We had to do that two years ago with our little girl and it broke our hearts but we just couldn't stand the thought of her being miserable and in pain...tough decision. Prayers for you and yours.
 
Lucie
started having seizures on Friday. Vet said she'd be fine and gave us a bunch of meds. Yesterday at 5 she had a bad one, been up all night with her. At some point she lost her vision and ability to stand up. She was once a happy 6lb little girl until her sister past away in Dec which started this awful thread, she never recovered from the loss. She's been lingering ever since. I'm taking to her the vet to end her suffering in a few minutes
Took this pic yesterday while she was still able to stand. End of an era
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Sorry to hear bruh
Hurts so bad
 
The vet didn't give me a chance before he injected the first shot what I thought was a sedative, it was the one that stopped her heart, I wasn't ready. I wanted to hold her when it happened. I left and held her in my arms the entire way home as if she was still alive. Half way home she made a cooing noise, gently trembled and began to pee all over me 10 minutes after the vet said she was gone. I'm numb. She's laid to rest next to her sister now
 
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