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    Little guy at the clinic...

    I was in the vet office yesterday with Jake for his acupuncture. While I was paying the bill, which took awhile as I was getting some meds as well, an older couple came in carrying a small elderly dog, a terrier-poodle mix I think, and a bag of food and sat down. At first I wondered why they had the food, then I saw the look on the lady's face and realized why they were there. I wanted to say something to them, but they were so grieving I didn't want to barge in.

    Anyway, I wanted to remember the very loved little dog and his owners. Rest in peace little guy.

    Jake's mom

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    Unhappy "Food from Home" ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jakesmom

    At first I wondered why they had the food,
    then I saw the look on the lady's face and realized why they were there.




    "Food from Home" ... for that first night at The Bridge.

    Rest In Peace, LilGuy - you're really missed!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinder & Smoke




    "Food from Home" ... for that first night at The Bridge.

    Rest In Peace, LilGuy - you're really missed!


    Probably to give as a donation since they won't need it anymore. RIP little guy.
    don't breed or buy while shelter dogs die....

    I have been frosted!

    Thanks Kfamr for the signature!


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    RIP lil pup. I'm sure your owners miss you very much.
    Owned by two little pastries!


    REST IN PEACE GRACIE. NOT A DAY GOES BY THAT I DON'T MISS YOU.

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    I was crying hysterical with Cody and since it was so early, only 2 other people were there. One couple put their heads down, the other couple said something to me. I, in return, if I see grievers, offer my deepest sympathy. I can't help myself. I feel their pain immensely. I wind up crying in my car.



    I've been Boooo'd!

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    When my daughter volunteered with a vet she was with families during euthanazia, she couldn't help crying herself I told her not to worry it was probably a comfort to the family knowing she cared too.
    don't breed or buy while shelter dogs die....

    I have been frosted!

    Thanks Kfamr for the signature!


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