Thank you for sharing this Farrview. That video speaks to me a lot, I've lost many pets (not dogs) and i've regretted how little i appreciated the time i had with them. I've found lately i've started to really cherish every moment I have with Dodge. My last dog died at the age of 11... Dodge turns 10 this year.
This is also the reason why i love pet photography. I have so many photos and videos of my pets (over 3000 photos of Koda), it seems quite ridiculous to have so many photos now... but i know that when they are no longer with me, I will cherish every single one. I only have 1 photo of one of my childhood cats, and i regret that so much... Memories mean a lot to me.
Edit to add - Also i agree... Brilliant accent
Last edited by maddogdodge; 06-13-2014 at 09:44 PM.
Well that just made me feel sad. I must be a little fragile atm.
Yes one day your dog will die...I've lost two in the last three years both to cancer and will most likely loose another one in the next year or two to old age. All the dogs I've owned over the years have been given the best of everything and wanted for nothing so when that terrible time comes I can say they had a good life full of love.
Chloe & ZorroRottweilers and German Shepherds are Family
On that note... I just came back from our morning walk. I walked them to a reserve for a swim in the dam, met two of the residents dogs who came out for a play, visited friends who are on holidays, checked if their garden is ok (and found a few ripe lemons), then continued our walk through a second reserve... another swim in the creek, chased sticks , checked out the cows in the paddock and met two other resident dogs for another play...
Now it's snoozetime
I can't even remember anymore what it was like to walk all by myself. Must have been quite boring...
there was another on this site, about losing a dog. can anyone recall that?
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