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    RIP Madison

    Tonight we laid to rest our 14 year old miniature schnauzer. She came in from outside, looked a little wobbly, and with a yelp collapsed on her side. The two other dogs stared at her, and the youngest ran up and tried to lick her face before I pushed him away.

    Took her to the vet who ran some x rays. Her liver was 3 times the normal size, pushing her stomach into her spine, and collapsing one lung. It was obvious she'd been in immense pain for a long time, but except for a little hobbling in the morning that I had attributed to old age, she never showed it. She had the stiff upper lip of a British monarch. Up until the end she tried her best to keep up with the other dogs, and she always pushed herself to meet me at the door, no matter how creaky her legs were.

    She wasn't always the friendliest dog to strangers, but she was loving and loyal and enriched our lives for the past 13+ years. I'm sad, but happy she lived a long, comfortable life. RIP Madison. I'll see you on the other side one day.

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    Sorry for your loss.

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    Condolences to you n family.

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    So sorry Paulie. RIP Madison

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    [QUOTE=pauliec;4047904]Tonight we laid to rest our 14 year old miniature schnauzer. She came in from outside, looked a little wobbly, and with a yelp collapsed on her side. The two other dogs stared at her, and the youngest ran up and tried to lick her face before I pushed him away.

    Took her to the vet who ran some x rays. Her liver was 3 times the normal size, pushing her stomach into her spine, and collapsing one lung. It was obvious she'd been in immense pain for a long time, but except for a little hobbling in the morning that I had attributed to old age, she never showed it. She had the stiff upper lip of a British monarch. Up until the end she tried her best to keep up with the other dogs, and she always pushed herself to meet me at the door, no matter how creaky her legs were.

    She wasn't always the friendliest dog to strangers, but she was loving and loyal and enriched our lives for the past 13+ years. I'm sad, but happy she lived a long, comfortable life. RIP Madison. I'll see you on the other side one day.[/QUOTE]


    Sorry for your loss.

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    Yeah..that sucks. 14 years is a long time.

    Very sorry.

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    Terribly sorry Paulie, you gave Madison a lot of good years. We put our 18 year old dog down Friday night. We just have to let time do its thing.

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    [QUOTE=pauliec;4047904]Tonight we laid to rest our 14 year old miniature schnauzer. [/QUOTE]

    [QUOTE=Timmy®;4047929]We put our 18 year old dog down Friday night. We just have to let time do its thing.[/QUOTE]

    :(

    Sorry fellas.

    It can be worse than losing a person.

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    Sorry about your loss, Paulie and Timmy.

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    That sucks Paulie. :(

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    Paulie & Timmy, I'm very sorry for your losses. I hope you and your families sadness will eventually be replaced by happiness for the joy these pets brought to your lives.

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    I'm very sorry to hear of your loss Paulie. My sympathies and condolences during this difficult time. :(

    EDIT: And to you as well Timmy. Condolences.

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    [QUOTE=32green;4047931]:(

    Sorry fellas.

    It can be worse than losing a person.

    -[/QUOTE]
    You mean compared to losing a cousin you've only met twice ?

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    [QUOTE=RaoulDuke;4047988]You mean compared to losing a cousin you've only met twice ?[/QUOTE]

    32Green and I may be cousins, our ancestors live six miles apart (true). I may be contacting him for DNA.

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    [QUOTE=Timmy®;4047996]I may be contacting him for DNA.[/QUOTE]

    Paging JetsThings.

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    [QUOTE=RaoulDuke;4047988]You mean compared to losing a cousin you've only met twice ?[/QUOTE]


    :eek:

    [QUOTE=Timmy®;4047996]32Green and I may be cousins, our ancestors live six miles apart (true). I may be contacting him for DNA.[/QUOTE]

    [QUOTE=Polidore22;4047997]Paging JetsThings.[/QUOTE]

    lmao

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    [QUOTE=32green;4047931]:(

    Sorry fellas.

    It can be worse than losing a person.

    -[/QUOTE]

    I hate to say this, but I may have been more distraught losing our dogs than family members. Probably because I haven't lost a family member who wasn't physically ravaged after long term suffering and the ending was something of a relief. Still, losing a pet is one of life's cruelest moments.

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    [QUOTE=Polidore22;4047997]Paging JetsThings.[/QUOTE]


    Man in red robe shows up with new technological scooper displayed in other thread

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    [QUOTE=Timmy®;4048001]Man in red robe shows up with new technological scooper displayed in other thread[/QUOTE]

    :rofl: It does sort of resemble a cleanup jumpsuit or something.

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    [QUOTE=Polidore22;4047997]Paging JetsThings.[/QUOTE]

    [QUOTE=32green;4047998]lmao[/QUOTE]

    [QUOTE=Timmy®;4048001]Man in red robe shows up with new technological scooper displayed in other thread[/QUOTE]

    [QUOTE=Polidore22;4048004]:rofl: It does sort of resemble a cleanup jumpsuit or something.[/QUOTE]

    [IMG]http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o38/fishooked/emoticons/RAGE143.png[/IMG]

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