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I don't have a dog but my wife does. She keeps my wife occupied and that means the wife leaves me alone. That is a better deal than I can say.
 
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Congradulations to OP. A thread that seems hard to find any real arguments on and it is here on DRR. Smile




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Heck my Golden retriever AKA jack. Is so well trained that in mornings when I tell him to take a Biden he walks over to side of road and takes a dump. Now that is a good boy.




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ya just could not let it be could ya thats why the left dislikes the right ya always gotta run your mouth-lol


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Lost my best friend Cami today. Tumor on her spleen burst, had no idea. Had to put her to sleep.
Horrible day folks.
What really pizzed me off was not our, or one vet within 30 miles would see her ( emergency) yesterday or today. I took her to UC Davis. That’s where I’ll be taking the rest of my dogs from now on. I’ve spent big money on local Vets. Now they will get an ear full.

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Horrible day folks.

Sorry to hear this, a bitter pill for sure. Try not to let it eat at you as best you can.


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Sorry to hear. I went thru a 3 year period were we had one a year pass away.

Loosing one is possibly the hardest thing there is in life.

Remember they are a huge part of our lives we are all of theirs.




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Lost my best friend Cami today. Tumor on her spleen burst, had no idea. Had to put her to sleep.
Horrible day folks.
What really pizzed me off was not our, or one vet within 30 miles would see her ( emergency) yesterday or today. I took her to UC Davis. That’s where I’ll be taking the rest of my dogs from now on. I’ve spent big money on local Vets. Now they will get an ear full.


Very sorry for your loss.

RIP Cami


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Thank you all! True they are family and more. Our Shepherd is already showing sadness. They know.
We have a new addition in October , 1 year old (Brindle Chihuahua) -Tucker because I couldn’t very well yell F’er come here? He’s not a Big but he thinks he is.


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Sorry buddy, losing one sucks!

We had to put our big dog Buckaroo down awhile back. We just have Lucy left and she is fourteen.

They are sure a big part of your life and love you unconditionally!


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sorry to here BP758 its allways tough to lose your best buddy we to have given up on local vets and go to the animal research center at Iowa State University they are the best around here and only 35 miles away
 
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Lost my best friend Cami today. Tumor on her spleen burst, had no idea. Had to put her to sleep.
Horrible day folks.
What really pizzed me off was not our, or one vet within 30 miles would see her ( emergency) yesterday or today. I took her to UC Davis. That’s where I’ll be taking the rest of my dogs from now on. I’ve spent big money on local Vets. Now they will get an ear full.


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Lost my best friend Cami today.


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Thank you all for the reply.
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Sorry for you loss Barry.


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So after talking with UC Davis Dr. We are having the students do the autopsy for training and the learning curve, hopefully we can find out why so many tumors.


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I live alone
I go on vacations/travel, and I work 9 hrs a day. Weekends consist of taking clients fishing. I'm home for a couple hours on Sunday at the most

Dogs can't go with me. So I don't have dogs.

I can't leave a dog at home by itself for that long. I'd have poop and pee all over the place, torn up furniture, hair, etc

so I got a cat.

Nice thing about a cat--ain't no mice spiders crickets rats bats bugs, none of that in the house or shop-at all. Cat keeps them run off. Plus I can go away for days and it'll take care of itself so long as theres food and water available.

Mine, it fetches, it sits when asked (most of the time), it will roll over, plays like a kitten for 4 hours a day (fetch a ball or Q-tip or whatever), mostly does what we want it to. Mind you it's still a cat-which has a mind of it's own.

I'm a dog person but this cat is certainly an interesting undertaking. I never seen a dog kill rats and mice, not instinctively anyway. Fun to watch him stalk and kill mice.

The down side....gotta keep the litter box clean (no big deal) and have to deal with it bring me a rat head once in a while, or a rat missing a head. Only when I'm in the shop though. Stays inside most of the time, goes out to chase critters.

had a heeler, 11 years when she passed away. Then I moved and decided that I wanted a pet, but couldn't keep another heeler because of my lifestyle. Hence, rescue cat.
 
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That’s cool M80!
There is a Div 7 alcohol team who has a pit cat. I kid you not he comes to visit us! Cool cat!!


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