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Heart broken

Published by PatsyB in the blog PatsyB's blog. Views: 328

13 years ago i bred a litter of pup out of one of my bitches i kept two of the little girls Nammy and Tia both characters in themselves, last week after all four of my dogs had been in season i did as always did after a season and bathed them, tia my little red whippet i noticed had a sore on her mammory gland I instantly knew what it was but seeing as she was eating and such decided to give her a week before taking her to the vets to ask the prognosis, today i took her down to the vets the prognosis was not good so we decided was best to let her cross the rainbow bridge, how heart breaking is this the tears will not stop flowing I do believe she knew as normally she would go daft just being taken in the car but she was as quiet as a lamb both in the car and the vets....RIP my little girl until we meet again you have taken a piece of my heart with you xxxx
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