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😢. I feel for you.
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Damn, I know that hurts. Chefs have been my mentors in the kitchen. Dogs have been my mentors in life. Sorry for your loss.

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post #273 of 291

Aw @alaminute I am very sorry to hear that and feel sad for your sudden loss of such a valuable companion.

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Thank you all so much- I truly lost my best friend. I just can't stop crying. We took him and buried him at a friends huge spacious property on the forest outside of flagstaff this morning with a little service and tombstone. My brain isn't accepting this.
post #275 of 291

@alaminute , Truly sorry for your loss. Please pay close attention to the kids, they tend not to show their real emotions. It takes a while for that hole in your heart to heal. Bless you all.

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FOR YEARS I LIVED TO WORK! NOW I WORK TO LIVE!
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post #277 of 291
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@alaminute I am so sorry for your loss.  I know I haven't been around these parts much, but I do stop by every so often.  How are you and your family doing at this point?

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Thanks for all the support everyone- I'm really sorry for kaibashing this thread with the depressing tone. It just feels like most people don't understand- everyone says sorry your pet died. I totally dropped the ball on my life for a couple weeks there and just kind of phoned in all my appointments but I'm starting to get back into my feet and restarting a rhythm. To console me after the first week of me being a sobbing mess my lovely wife contacted some local put bull rescues and found a couple of puppies. So in an effort to help shift into a lighter area again I give you pictures of my new family members.
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post #280 of 291
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I'm really sorry for kaibashing this thread with the depressing tone

 

Not at all, what you shared is real life, gut checks , and feelings. Best buddies and the grief felt when they pass need no explaining nor apologies as far as I am concerned. Your experience was a gentle reminder to me to make sure that i don't take my best buddy for granted and to relish in the time we share.

 

Your new family members have some big paws to fill. Hope they are up to it and by the same token, they're dogs!!!, they always do their best. It is the only way they know how to do things!

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Awww.  How cute is that! :)  (Has anyone told you, you look like Johnny Depp?  lol.)

 

Just came upon this thread.  Love looking at all the furry friends. Sorry, though, about the losses.

post #282 of 291
Congrats to your new pack member👍
post #283 of 291
A crappy day yesterday, our dear Sweetie went to run with the other big dogs in the sky. R.I.P Ophelia.
post #284 of 291
Oh no! So sorry to hear that!
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That sucks.  Sorry to hear about your loss.

post #286 of 291
My thoughts are with you my friend. It is what it is. I hope you can feel better soon.

"We will outlive every pet we ever have, until the last one. If you can't understand and accept that ... get a fern, nobody gives a rat's ass bit of difference if a fern dies."

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post #287 of 291
That sucks, it never gets easy. I have an 11 yr old who is still very fit and active but time is fading, not looking foreword it when the time comes.
post #288 of 291
It was a bad situation, she was just a couple weeks short of two years old. Being the breed she was, Pyrenees Mastiff, she was very guarded and fearless. We have wild boar in the area and 3 came into the yard while she was in her outdoor area and it's apparent that 2,2 meter fencing wasn't high enough and she jumped it and took on the boars. By the time I got outside with a baseball bat she had run off 2 and was tangled up with the 3rd. We got the last one( I brained it) but she was injured pretty bad. Vet is 5km up the road but it was best to lay her to rest. Police got a couple hunters to track and destroy the other 2. She was a damn brave girl.
post #289 of 291
We added this handsome young fellow to the pack today, may I present Lucky, our 8 week old ball of goo Leonburger.

post #290 of 291

Sweet. He looks so cute....

 

 

My beloved Guinnes got killed by a black mamba in February.

So sad...

 

I picked up this one about 6 moths ago from a family that moved out of the country:

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post #291 of 291
He looks like one happy pooch.
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