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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 01-06-2015, 19:03
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So sorry to read this. Such a young age too.
I am a softie for all dogs but schnauzers in particular.
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We're very sorry Tony.

These muts really get under our skin and become a part of the family. Our westie brought up blood today and has spent it under observation at the vets. Every time they are poorly we wonder if their time has finally come.

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Condolences Tony - having lost one of our Boxers last year I understand your feelings of sadness and loss. It sure strikes the heart.
In time your pictures of Zak will allow happy memories to cheer your heart.

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Know how you feel mate, it's still raw loosing fat dog last September... We said no more dogs but. 12 weeks old now and totaly bonkers...


Just watching a shifty looking geezer in the library searching intently through the 'S' section of the dictionary, he's stopped now.

I think he's up to something. . .. . . ray......
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Very sorry to hear this news Tony.

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Sorry Gemmy

Sad news

Before you criticise someone walk a mile in their shoes, that way you are a mile away and have their shoes too
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I would like to "thank" everyone for their kindness,

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Academia and government artificially select for particular traits, among which is a lack of life experience. This is why it's possible for a person to be exceptionally bright while failing to grasp something as rudimentary as supply and demand.

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Sorry to hear about your loss.My daughter lost her Boxer last year and was distraught,and he was only 3.He had a weak heart it turned out.
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So sorry Tony.

Blimming pets - they wheedle their way into your hearts and the lovely memories never leave.

Run free at the bridge Zak


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Gemmy, so sorry to hear of your loss!


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