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    My dog died on Saturday....
    Be yourself, no matter what they say.

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    Very sorry too hear that Ledka. I know how you must be feeling. I didn't say earlier as I didn't want to distress you anymore than you already were however, I lost my Central Turmenistan Sheepdog (Alibi) a few years back at the summerhouse to the same condition. It was just too late when we found out and although he was taken to a Moscow Vet and put on saline drips for 24 hours, he just didn't make it. I felt like I'd lost a very good friend and a close member of the family.

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    Thank you for the kind and supportive words Wolfie!

    I won't take pets any more. Their lives are short as a rule and they become members of the family. And to loose them is a real tragedy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ledka
    Thank you for the kind and supportive words Wolfie!

    I won't take pets any more. Their lives are short as a rule and they become members of the family. And to loose them is a real tragedy.
    sorry to hear of the loss ,i really hate when something or someone passes away but in the event of dogs i always feel a new one brings back some feeling of joy rather than no noise ,if the life span is an issue buy a tortoise or a parrot ,really geta macaw they last for ages and are good companions.
    another thing 7is not a bad age....7 time s7 in doggy years 49 not bad .....considering they are not the most active of dogs.
    anyway once again sorry
    Last edited by equalizer; 04-05-2005 at 20:48.

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    thank you, equalizer!
    Be yourself, no matter what they say.

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    Ledka,
    How very sad - I'm so sorry - it sounds like you did everything you could to save her. My mother's dog died in 1993 and she still gets upset when she talks about him. He was 12 and she says she'll never have another dog as she couldn't stand the pain when they inevitably pass away. I think she was less upset when my grandad died !

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    My dog died 12 years ago, she was 21, I miss her and I love our puppy, but she was the best. This is real grief and we may feel it more than for many humans. I am thinking of you, al the best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redletter
    My dog died 12 years ago, she was 21, I miss her and I love our puppy, but she was the best. This is real grief and we may feel it more than for many humans. I am thinking of you, al the best,
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    what kind of dog ,the oldest dogs usually live to is 13 o14 thats the eq to 80 or 90 in human years

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    Thank you all for your support.
    My dog was very clever and very well trained, despite it was a Chow-Chow. She was a real friend and the most loved member of the whole family.

    If you have a dog, I want to warn you once again that it's a season of ticks now. And the vet said that "city" ticks are more dangerous than the "forest" ones, as they are more poisoned.
    Be yourself, no matter what they say.

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    Ledka

    Good luck, I'm hoping for the best.

    I have a dog too.
    I lived my dream today, I lived it yesterday, and I'll be living yours tomorrow

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    Thank you, lled!
    But there are no more hopes...
    Be yourself, no matter what they say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ledka
    Thank you, lled!
    But there are no more hopes...
    Sorry

    I lived my dream today, I lived it yesterday, and I'll be living yours tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by equalizer
    what kind of dog ,the oldest dogs usually live to is 13 o14 thats the eq to 80 or 90 in human years
    Perhaps it was an OLD English Sheepdog. wink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenchik
    Ledka,
    I think she was less upset when my grandad died !
    LOL, mine used to have fleas and pee all over the house. My Grandmother had him put down in the end. Poor old Grandad!

    Sorry Ledka, not trying to get a rise from your obvious distress, but it's my English mentality to try to get a smile out of even the worst situations.

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