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    Thanks all
    You guys are great

    I think that the use of social media here to have a glass raised from far away areas was the last thing I could do for the old guy

    Again you guys are the greatest
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    Sorry for your loss. Dogs are great, and good dogs are particularly special.

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    I too am sorry to hear you lost your buddy Dakota. I'm drinking an old fashioned now thinking of dogs like him and ones we've all had over the years. You can't beat the love, happiness and affection of a good dog.
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    Sorry I missed this Friday.

    My condolences. Losing a good dog, friend and family member is so, so tough.

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    Thanks guys

    It is hard----unfortunately we were not doing him any favours going on

    Trouble with his hips---he kept falling down and couldn't get up and his eyesight was not great

    Thanks everyone again for the thoughts

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    Tough times for sure my friend. Just put my 13 year old chocolate down this fall. Saying good bye to our best friend is never easy, and the stabbing pain of their absence remains for a while. It's the worst part of pet ownership but worth every second that you had with them.

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    You bet----It was tough coming home from the vet and seeing his dishes still there and his mat

    They do become family

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    Our first dog had been at the vet, receiving treatment, before it was decided to stop. On the way to the vet to say goodbye, we stopped at the ASPCA to drop off her bowls, toys, meds, etc.

    The woman behind the desk asked if she could help me. I couldn't say a word...I handed her the stuff and ran out...crying.

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    Well I admit I walked out of the office in tears

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    Sorry to hear about this. I keep telling myself I'll never get another dog because there isn't one that will hold a candle to the last one and they get old too fast and it's tough losing them. Then I get another one and it's as good as the last, just different.
    I can't really live without that unconditional love you get from a dog.

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