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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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