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Old 12-17-2013, 05:21 PM   #106
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Here is the new addition to our family. The dog is two yr old Cockapoo.


Awesome. I cannot wait to pick ours up saturday nite. A 1-1/2 year old shih tzu. We thought it was 4 but found out different just yesterday. we really originally only wanted to help seniors, but fell in love with the four year old through pictures. Were still tryin for the other which is a senior. Would be thrilled if we get both. Our dog now seems so lonely and depressed. Its sad he misses his girl sooo much.
On a different note - when i had Jules put down i was given two options - either a single cremation, or mixed - in which i was told i would receive "some of her ashes mixed with others". I said that was ok, it was half the cost and i dont really care - when the soul leaves the soul leaves imo. I than asked - after i had checked that option if i had to come pick up the remains. "Yes someone will call you". Ok i said. So a couple weeks has gone by, and i am starting to wonder wtf? I called today and was told that the communal cremation has no remains to pick up, and her ashes are buried "somewhere" in a pet cemetary. That was not the easiest thing i ever had to tell my wife. She kind of holds the ashes sacred.
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Old 12-17-2013, 05:36 PM   #107
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Ahhhh....than how bout a video game. Lol.
Going to make a stencil of her paw print then use it to burn a copy into a slice of the cedar tree that we had to cut down from outside his window.
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Old 12-17-2013, 08:10 PM   #108
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Any kind of animal becomes like a good family member indeed! Sorry about Sandy!
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Going to make a stencil of her paw print then use it to burn a copy into a slice of the cedar tree that we had to cut down from outside his window.
That sounds so much better than a video game. Maybe u could post a pic of it......
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Awesome. I cannot wait to pick ours up saturday nite. A 1-1/2 year old shih tzu. We thought it was 4 but found out different just yesterday. we really originally only wanted to help seniors, but fell in love with the four year old through pictures. Were still tryin for the other which is a senior. Would be thrilled if we get both. Our dog now seems so lonely and depressed. Its sad he misses his girl sooo much.
On a different note - when i had Jules put down i was given two options - either a single cremation, or mixed - in which i was told i would receive "some of her ashes mixed with others". I said that was ok, it was half the cost and i dont really care - when the soul leaves the soul leaves imo. I than asked - after i had checked that option if i had to come pick up the remains. "Yes someone will call you". Ok i said. So a couple weeks has gone by, and i am starting to wonder wtf? I called today and was told that the communal cremation has no remains to pick up, and her ashes are buried "somewhere" in a pet cemetary. That was not the easiest thing i ever had to tell my wife. She kind of holds the ashes sacred.
Wow that's serious BS. I hope you got 100% of your money back. Because that's the kind of crap that deserves to be on the 6 oclock news.
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Old 12-18-2013, 03:42 PM   #112
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Wow that's serious BS. I hope you got 100% of your money back. Because that's the kind of crap that deserves to be on the 6 oclock news.
I did not pursue my money back, and they are truely a very compassionate place and the same doctor that told me that was soooo sincere and compassionate when he was with me and performing the injections that im going to move on.
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Tough when you have to make these decisions. The dog we just got was not a rescue animal but I fell we recued it from a bad home. We almost walked away because the seems afraid of people like maybe he had been hit. It will be two week this Saturday that we picked him up and he has really come out of his shell. He is still a little timid but I think giving some time that will go away.
Id say thats as good as a rescue. Good job.
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[QUOTE=punch it in;1050091]I did not pursue my money back, and they are truely a very compassionate place and the same doctor that told me that was soooo sincere and compassionate when he was with me and performing the injections that im going to move on.[/QUOTE

I am fairly positive a commonly cermation you don't get the ashes. I think they did it the right way but someone told you the wrong info.

God bless the people who do that job because it has to take a toll on them.
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I did not pursue my money back, and they are truely a very compassionate place and the same doctor that told me that was soooo sincere and compassionate when he was with me and performing the injections that im going to move on.[/QUOTE

I am fairly positive a commonly cermation you don't get the ashes. I think they did it the right way but someone told you the wrong info.

God bless the people who do that job because it has to take a toll on them.
Oh yeah, you absolutely dont. And they absolutely did.
But I agree with you and the work they do. I couldnt do it.
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So my girlfriend went out to get us dinner last night, came back home with a dog-friend. Apparently he was wandering in the street in front of my house. I saw him standing by my car door and she got out of the car completely unafraid. I was nervous because it was a rottweiler and I'm familiar with most of the dogs in my neighborhood and had never see this one before. I figured he had just smelled the food and wouldn't leave her alone. But he followed her right up to the doorstep. She came in and put the food down and he was still standing there. I turned off all the lights outside assuming he would leave... He didn't. He stood there until my gf went back outside and he immediately started covering her in kisses. He was the sweetest dog. He wasn't a stray, as he had on a dog collar, but no tags. We really wanted to take him in but 1) I still live at home and my folks would've freaked out. 2) My gf has a dog and she was already with us at home so we couldn't have 2 dogs, one of them a random dog, romping around my folks house.

We ended up locking him in the front yard (it's gated) and I called animal control to come get him. My girlfriend spent about 2 hours outside on and off, spending time with him and letting him play with her dog.

He's an adorable, sweet rotty, couldn't have been older than a year or two. I'm going to post a found dog listing on craigslist and I hope someone goes to the Humane Society to find him.
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So my girlfriend went out to get us dinner last night, came back home with a dog-friend. Apparently he was wandering in the street in front of my house. I saw him standing by my car door and she got out of the car completely unafraid. I was nervous because it was a rottweiler and I'm familiar with most of the dogs in my neighborhood and had never see this one before. I figured he had just smelled the food and wouldn't leave her alone. But he followed her right up to the doorstep. She came in and put the food down and he was still standing there. I turned off all the lights outside assuming he would leave... He didn't. He stood there until my gf went back outside and he immediately started covering her in kisses. He was the sweetest dog. He wasn't a stray, as he had on a dog collar, but no tags. We really wanted to take him in but 1) I still live at home and my folks would've freaked out. 2) My gf has a dog and she was already with us at home so we couldn't have 2 dogs, one of them a random dog, romping around my folks house.

We ended up locking him in the front yard (it's gated) and I called animal control to come get him. My girlfriend spent about 2 hours outside on and off, spending time with him and letting him play with her dog.

He's an adorable, sweet rotty, couldn't have been older than a year or two. I'm going to post a found dog listing on craigslist and I hope someone goes to the Humane Society to find him.
Dog tags with a phone number and adress- so important. Every pet should have em. Any pet store has em.
Your girlfriend is braver than me! Lol
Hope he is found.
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The dog we just got has a chip if the stupid as lady will ever send us the info on the dog chip.
So does one of ours. Glad you mentioned that i have to ask about it when we pick her up saturday.
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Any vet or rescue should be able to scan the chip and give you the information.
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