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    Thinking of you also.

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    Sorry to hear Simone. Thinking of you!

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    I tell this story at times when needed.
    I had an old BCx whom I adored.
    I selfishly held on for far too long. He suffered longer because of me and my love.

    I told my mother this story when her dog started to go downhill. Mum rang me one day and said I remember what you told me and I felt he was starting to suffer and I did not want to lose him but he was PTS in my arms by a vet in my back yard this afternoon.

    She thanked me as she felt that she too would have waited too long.

    I am not saying the time is now for you. Only you would know that.

    I don't want others living with the hindsight and regrets that I have.
    thats almost bought tears to my eyes...... not exactly a good look on a construction site
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    Thinking of you today Simone, been there too. We'll be here when you need us.

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    Thinking of you too.

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    Take as meny photos as pos before he crosse over im thinking of you to

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    Most inporn be there for him when he gos

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    You have all been so wonderful and your words helped us more than you could know. He went within a couple of seconds and the vet said thats a sign that we made the right decision - the vet we went too made it so easy and were just so kind - even if i might have a been a little short with them - we were in and out in 10 mins and bought him home in a little blanket to be buried in his little fluffy bed where he slept every night. We are of course sad - but know we did make the right decision for him. Thank you all again for your kinds words. Simone xx

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    I am so sorry.
    It is so nice that we can give them this last gift of love.

    May he rest in peace.

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    Hugs to you Simone.
    Do you know the Rainbow Bridge story? It always comforts me at those times.
    I love to think of them restored to full health, running and playing at the Bridge, waiting for me.
    <Rainbow Bridge>

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