Dug a grave this morning

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Re: Dug a grave this morning

Post by cowboy43 » Mon May 11, 2020 2:47 pm

Well I dug another grave this morning ,had to put my 14 year collie to sleep. I have found a toy fox terrier puppy that will be brought home in 8 weeks. Sure don’t like making these decisions but he was in pain. We had been many a mile together he rode in the truck bed every where we went. Lots of memories. :cry2: :cboy:

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Re: Dug a grave this morning

Post by 76 Bar » Mon May 11, 2020 4:21 pm

So sorry. :cry2:

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Re: Dug a grave this morning

Post by TCRanch » Mon May 11, 2020 5:59 pm

Double whammy - that's too soon. I'm really sorry to hear that! Good luck with the new pup.

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Re: Dug a grave this morning

Post by greggy » Thu May 14, 2020 7:22 am

We lost a dear friend recently, it is very hard if they are close to you and a real friend.

Some people do not understand this, and some that have had many will know there are some more special than others for whatever reason.

2 that close is not good, the new one is sure to be spoilt....

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