Possible Back Injury In Corgi

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Re: Possible Back Injury In Corgi

Postby I luv herfrds » Sun Dec 28, 2014 8:55 pm

I hope the vet can make it. We have a blizzard going on right now. Roads are drifting in pretty good.

It does stink highgrit, but I have been thinking of all the things we have done together that make me laugh.
Like the time he sat on the bale bed controller and dropped the bale off the back of the feed truck as I was opening the gate. Or the time he had that coyote coming after him and I started shooting at the coyote, never knew those little legs could move so fast.
Laying behind my husbands chair after getting into the table scraps and passing gas.
His greatest loves have always been snow and chasing cows. Sad part right now is him trying to run in the snow and not being able to. :cry2:
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Re: Possible Back Injury In Corgi

Postby Williamsv » Sun Dec 28, 2014 11:49 pm

Sorry to hear about your corgi. I know how it hurts to lose a pet. They are just like family members and we do grieve for them. As some have already said, remember the good times and all your memories of him. That will help to ease your pain and know that you did all you could to help him.
After my dad's last dog had to be put to sleep, it hurt us so badly until we never got another one.
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Re: Possible Back Injury In Corgi

Postby chippie » Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:05 am

I am so sorry about your pup. I am fortunate that my husband will put an animal down for me when the time involved taking it to the vet would cause it further suffering. He doesn't like doing it, but he knows that it is the kindest thing that he can do for the animal.
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Re: Possible Back Injury In Corgi

Postby I luv herfrds » Mon Dec 29, 2014 8:14 pm

Vet made it and he went peacefully.
Only picture I have of him tied up. He was getting into the calving lot and we had cows putting us up on fences and on the back of the truck. After that spring he stayed when told.
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He was out in the snow today and had to be rescued, he got stuck in a drift.
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Re: Possible Back Injury In Corgi

Postby branguscowgirl » Mon Dec 29, 2014 10:17 pm

I am so sorry for your loss.......
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Re: Possible Back Injury In Corgi

Postby dun » Mon Dec 29, 2014 10:19 pm

Out of pain.
RIP
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Re: Possible Back Injury In Corgi

Postby I luv herfrds » Tue Dec 30, 2014 11:30 am

Thanks branguscowgirl.

Yes Dun that is how I look at it. I loved him enough to not let him suffer.

Lot's of good memories.
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Re: Possible Back Injury In Corgi

Postby MO_cows » Tue Dec 30, 2014 2:42 pm

Aww, so sorry. Very expressive face in the photo, must have been a real character.
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