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Old 05-06-2010, 07:03 PM   #15
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Here's Duffer our 160 lb Newfoundland and Lily the Pug. Duffer crossed the Rainbow Bridge last year due to a Recluse Spider bite. We sure do miss the big guy!!!
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I get to feeling that way some days.

I always have trouble reading that poem. Last November we buried out 16-1/2 year old miniature schnauzer. He was #3 over the past 40 years and it is not any easier to loose #1. #2 or #3. WE have two more at home now.

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I had two Schnauzer brothers. They died one year apart. I loved those little guys.
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Old 05-06-2010, 10:38 PM   #17
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Here's Duffer our 160 lb Newfoundland and Lily the Pug. Duffer crossed the Rainbow Bridge last year due to a Recluse Spider bite. We sure do miss the big guy!!!
The picture is priceless! So sorry about Duffer. It is hard when they leave us. Lily looks a lot like our Hannah....smaller boned and daintier than the average Pug? Hannah is only 18 pounds. Or maybe Lily looks that way to me because she is next to Duffer!
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We just buried our almost 18 year old Bailey. She ruled the house and was queen cat around here. She loved to tease our two dogs, Furbasorus Wrecks (Furb) a Tuxdo Shih Tzu and Mizzi (pronounced Mitsy) out Pug Shih Tzu cross. All are / were rescue animals and so spoiled you couldn't believe. Thanks for the poem I too will cherish it and think of Bailey whenever I read it. The pups love to RV so we are no longer required to find a cat sitter when we travel.
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We just buried our almost 18 year old Bailey. She ruled the house and was queen cat around here. She loved to tease our two dogs, Furbasorus Wrecks (Furb) a Tuxdo Shih Tzu and Mizzi (pronounced Mitsy) out Pug Shih Tzu cross. All are / were rescue animals and so spoiled you couldn't believe. Thanks for the poem I too will cherish it and think of Bailey whenever I read it. The pups love to RV so we are no longer required to find a cat sitter when we travel.
My condolences on your loss of Bailey - I'll be thinking of you.
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