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    Favour Before Everyone goes Weekend





    Yesterday was a tough day as I had to put down my friend of 14 years

    I rescued him from a bullet when he was a pup---he was an Alaskan Husky

    I've had other dogs in my life but this guy was special---smarter than most people and knew so much that I never taught him

    So this weekend if your tipping your glass---maybe just even give it a small raise and think "Dakota"

    Thanks

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    Sounds like Dakota was a lucky to have you as you were to have him.
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    Thanks Fish---I kidded with the vet that he likely ate more prime rib than most people

    This one hurts a lot

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    I'm very sorry for the loss of your furry friend. It sounds like you had a good long run together and I know your memories of him will bring you joy after your time of mourning.

    I will have a toast for Dakota this weekend.

    Take care.

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    Thanks Shawn---and I appreciate my old friend being toasted in Utah

    He was a snow dog so you had something in common

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    Sorry to hear. Sip poured for Dakota.

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    Sorry to hear of the loss of your friend. Amazing how close one can get to their dog. I'll tip a glass for Dakota.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushart View Post




    Yesterday was a tough day as I had to put down my friend of 14 years

    I rescued him from a bullet when he was a pup---he was an Alaskan Husky

    I've had other dogs in my life but this guy was special---smarter than most people and knew so much that I never taught him

    So this weekend if your tipping your glass---maybe just even give it a small raise and think "Dakota"

    Thanks
    So sorry for your loss. He was a good looking dog.
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    It is one of the hardest things in life. I shine to the same type of dogs and really feel your pain. I'll be hugging mine a little tighter today. You each had a tremendous gift in sharing your lives with each other and he will always be with you now. Hang in there my friend and please get another pup when you are ready.
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    Sounds like the story of my last dog, except for the bullet. She came from a shelter and had been abused, never got over her fear of water.

    My sincerest condolences. Console yourself with the 14 years of memories, that should help.

    A toast will be made this evening.
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