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So I had to put my 11 yo Shih Tzu down not long after new years. At first I didn't want another dog because my heart was so broken. You take your dog to the vet to get a pill for issues and find out he is so sick he has to be put down. It is shocking and breaks your heart and all kinds of guilt. You think I am never getting another dog! Then the opportunity to get this lil guy :) 

 

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He is SO cute!

I am so sorry for the loss of your old darling. I am afraid i might be in your situation soon. My lab is almost twelve and she is full of lumps and bumps that appeared this year. I have told the vet that I do not want to know.....but we both know. Trying to make her last days happy.


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I WANT ONE!!!!!!!!!!  :)

 

I had to put my shepherd down 7 years ago and I still miss her so I feel your pain. I cannot get another dog until I retire within the next 4 years but the day after I leave work for good, I am going puppy shopping at the local shelter.  What kind of a dog is Hank?  What an adorable face!  :wub:

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So sorry about the loss of your fur friend. Your new little guy is adorable and while I know he will never take the place of the one you lost I hope he gives you many years of smiles and doggy kisses. 


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Awww, he loos like such a sweetie!  I want one too....

 

And I'm sorry to here about your dog.  11 is so young; how sadly unfair.  Best wishes.


Nicole 

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