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jasonfish11 wrote:I just know that if we do have to put her down, the night before I'm cooking her a steak.
I can relate to your situation a bit. I had to put my feline friend, Buddy, down last year at about this time. I didn't have any warning, either. He started displaying symptoms of congenital heart failure on Saturday afternoon. I had him at the emergency vet shelter by about 8:00 on Saturday night. The vet said he wouldn't make it until Monday unless we kept him on a respirator.
I wish I had had the time to let him have a nice rib-eye, though he would probably have preferred a can of tuna.
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DougE wrote:Great news for the both of you! Actually for me too. I feel better now. I know it sounds crazy, but I was worried for your pup. As I said, I am a big sap. I saw the picture you posted of her and felt connected. I really am happy for you both.
I couldn't agree with this more, and it's great to hear so far it sounds like just a minor twist or something. I'm a huge sap for dogs too; can't help it.
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Good luck with the pup. Glad the leg seems to be doing better.
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Crotch licking is one of my least favorite doggy habits. It's not the concept of it that bothers me, hell we'd all do it too if we could. I just hate how noisy it is. Jesus Christ, you sound like a starved person slurping up a big bowl of soup, how is that even possible?! Wake up the whole house with that shit.
Dogs are many things to us humans but let's not forget they are also roommates and as such can be really annoying sometimes.
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