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Old 11-28-2011, 04:55 AM   #21
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I left my wife and got a divorce and she killed my dog!
I really hope karma catches up with her. Sorry for your loss.
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Old 11-28-2011, 06:25 AM   #22
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We've been told that we treat our dogs better than some folks treat their kids. Well, our dogs are much more well-behaved than some folks' kids are.....
My mute dang sure is.
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Old 11-28-2011, 07:10 AM   #23
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My mute dang sure is.
Last month I had to put my doberman of 13 yrs down. He grew up with my kids, it tore our hearts out but had to be done. We now have 2 doberman pups 8 weeks old but I sure miss my old pal
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Old 11-28-2011, 09:24 AM   #24
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i know what all you mean, we had to put my wife's dog to sleep a few years ago, she had him for almost 17 years, since he was six weeks old. he just got old and couldn't get around anymore. we still miss him a lot.

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Sorry about your loss brother, its never easy losing a good friend. I lost my K9 partner of 3 years back in 2008. Losing him still bothers me to this day
Thanks that was back in 09 - the reason I think she did it because of SPITE towards me!.And the thing is I left the cage and she bought a forclosed home that has a yard she is JUST MEAN SPRITED there was no need to do that!.
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Old 11-28-2011, 01:13 PM   #26
RIP my good and faithful dog.
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Thanks that was back in 09 - the reason I think she did it because of SPITE towards me!.And the thing is I left the cage and she bought a forclosed home that has a yard she is JUST MEAN SPRITED there was no need to do that!.
I'm hoping at least she took the dog to the vet and had it euthanized humanely. Yes, she should not have killed your dog. When I got divorced I never contemplated killing the dog but I did contemplate..........oh, never mind.

Just kidding. My divorce was fairly amicable.
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My last dog got distemper. He picked it up in the shelter before I adopted him. Took him the the shelter's recommended vet, and he couldn't find any thing wrong.

Took him to my grandmother's dog's vet (didn't want to say grandma's vet, sounds weird) and He wanted to keep him for the weekend. The dog was so sick at that point that the vet couldn't tell what was wrong with him at first. He said the symptoms were so advanced that there was no telling what the original problem was.

That monday I went hoping I would be picking him up and taking him home. Turned out that Sunday night he had taken a turn for the worst and his mind had been fried by fever. He had been sitting there trying to bark at the wall all night and Monday morning.

He needed to be put down. I only had that dog for a month. The shelter claimed that they vaccinated him as soon as they picked him up, and I don't believe them. Their vet said afterwards that there was no way he could have distemper because their shelter vaccinated their dogs. 3 months later their dogs started dying off left and right. Come to find out, they were charging the adoptive parents for all these vaccines, but the animals weren't getting any.

To have that dog for a month cost me over 400 dollars in adoption fees, worthless vet visits, and then for his final treatments. Except for the dog dying in the end, it was 400 dollars well spent. His mind was so fried by the fever that the vet said even if he could make him better, he will never be the same. But the dog recognized me when they brought him into the exam room, and let me hold him while he died.
Stop trying to make me tear up man, it's not cool!
You know, for a big bad Marine, you're pretty soft
In all seriousness, that really stinks man. It seems where you live those in public service can't be trusted. I just lost my dog, a spitz, a few months ago. 25 pounds and so much fur she looked like she weighed sixty.
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I'm hoping at least she took the dog to the vet and had it euthanized humanely. Yes, she should not have killed your dog. When I got divorced I never contemplated killing the dog but I did contemplate..........oh, never mind.

Just kidding. My divorce was fairly amicable.
she could lest did that for Max. But we lived out in the countty so she could of just called her bro. to come over and shoot it!.
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I'm a cat person. I figure that if my cat outlives me, it will use my grave as a litterbox.


similar story from Britain Greyfriars Bobby - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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