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Old 05-20-2013, 07:36 PM   #76
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This is Sherman, he's a Cocker Spaniel my wife and I adopted five years ago.
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Old 05-20-2013, 09:56 PM   #77
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I'm bummed. My neighbor is moving out and as a result I'm loosing my surrogate English lab. Bad times.
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Old 05-20-2013, 11:17 PM   #78
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Anybody into vigilante justice? Wacos not that far away from me,these people need to die,preferably the same way they treated dogs.They were making snuff films using dogs,sickening,I couldnt read the whole article
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If this isnt appropriate place to post,feel free to delete.I just saw this today and then saw this thread
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Old 06-19-2013, 12:12 PM   #79
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So my mutt dog of nearly 11 years seems to be doing bad. Going to the vet today at 2:30. He has not being eating well; vomiting; generally just out of it.

To be very honest I am not a fan of his but he brings a lot of love/happiness to my wife and if he passes she is going to be very upset.
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So my mutt dog of nearly 11 years seems to be doing bad. Going to the vet today at 2:30. He has not being eating well; vomiting; generally just out of it.

To be very honest I am not a fan of his but he brings a lot of love/happiness to my wife and if he passes she is going to be very upset.
Hope everything goes well.
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Old 06-19-2013, 01:00 PM   #81
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Hope everything goes well.
Thanks I went home and put him in the truck for my wife and she wanted to take him and told me to come back to work. I want to go but she is like in a denial stage I think; she saying no no it is nothing big deal. I have had many dogs in my life and I just see it I knew his time is coming. The peeing and not getting up is just a death bell ringing and ringing for older dogs.

Fawking dog pisses me off 90% of the time and here I am crying at work.
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We ended up putting my dog down.

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We ended up putting my dog down.

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Thanks guys really tough day. Dogs or pets in general they are such are part of our lives when they leave us it is a unbearable pain. Tonight like ever night for the past 11 years I filled both my dogs bowls not thinking. It killed me when I walked back into the mud room to see only one bowl eaten.
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RIP Cherokee.
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Thanks guys really tough day. Dogs or pets in general they are such are part of our lives when they leave us it is a unbearable pain. Tonight like ever night for the past 11 years I filled both my dogs bowls not thinking. It killed me when I walked back into the mud room to see only one bowl eaten.
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Sorry to hear. You did the right thing.

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Thanks first and Matty.

I think we did do the right thing. His stomach area was full of blood from a cancer tumor that had busted on his spleen. They gave us some treatment options but my wife said no she didn't want him to suffer anymore which in return create her greatest pain. I was amazed at her strength yesterday because I know the way she loved that dog.
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