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jeffreyburcham

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November 12th makes two months since you left us my bubber pup. I know you are running free with Satin and Apollo and have met Gizmo and also been reunited with Molly kitty but the house is so lonely without you there, sitting on the floor next to me as I try to eat. Now Jesse has taken your spot! He also misses laying on the couch with you. I had a dream earlier where all of a sudden, we had several new pups in the house. I really miss you Elvis and not a day goes by that I don't find myself thinking about you and crying over the pain of you and the others being gone.
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Jeffrey I’m so sorry. My heart aches for all the tears you’ve shed for your fur babies. I know your losses are building up on you and you feel the weight of them all crashing down on u at times. I feel bad for Jessie as well, I know you’re smothering him with lots of love.
Each of our babies are unique and we grieve them the same yet differently so with each a new layer exists especially for them. It can feel overwhelming. Big hugs for you, you know when you visit this safe haven you’re among others who in some, or many, empathize with this grief that can only be compared to the loss of a child,,,,,

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Well, December 12th marks the 3 months since you had to leave us and not a day or night goes by that I am not crying and missing you. The 9 years and 2 months you were with us was not nearly long enough but a million years still would not be sufficient.

I miss your face, your bark, your attempts at chasing the squirrels in the yard. The house is still so very empty and lonely without you and Jesse misses laying on the couch with you.

I meant to post this yesterday but got so busy. 

I love you my bubber pup, my Boy-o. And I always will.

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so sorry for your loss.  Its truly heartbreaking .
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it's been hard since last June, losing my Lab girl, then last December 27th my Shepherd and now September 12th this year my Boxer boy.
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I know it's late boyo but Merry Christmas! Today marks the one year date since Apollo left us. Not a good day for me. I miss you terribly boyo and I always will.
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Dear Forum friends and animal lovers,

at 3:15 today I had to say goodbye to my 12 year old Standard Poodle Tessie.  I was incorrect in posting that she had mast cell tumors, she had infact Mammary cancer starting September 2016, having two tumors removed and then only to have an angry one come back in October with a vengeance.  Despite tumor removal, it returned and as if to grow daily.  The Palladia did not work for her, caused gastro problem and unreal bloody diarrhea, so it was stopped.  She made it through Christmas, but stopped eating over the last few days and did not get out of her bed.. Finally she collapsed on me today.  She was one of a kind, and she got me through the death of my last poodle who died 13 years ago.  Both the oncologist and the primary vet thought at best she would have a couple of weeks, but the tumors were so large and so red, they were breaking down and about to rupture.  I have a 5 year old boy, Lincoln who seems lost.  My children and I are heartbroken, yet I have peace knowing she is not suffering.  Peace to all of you out there in this situation....   My baby will always be with me

Mary 

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January 12, 2019. 4 months now since we had to let you go and cross the Bridge. I miss you so very much, my boyo, my first boy, my bubber boy. I cry every night, thinking of you and Apollo and Satin but I also think about the others before you all. Sparkle, who adopted us and was the BEST mouser ever. Gizmo, our first pup and what a great one she was. She was such a good mommy she tried to nurse a litter of kittens born here and Molly, who you loved, was one of them. There was Molly's mom, Angel. There was Patches and Simba, Molly's brother and litter mate.

Since Satin left us June 1, 2017, and then Apollo December 27, 2017, it's been one bad thing after another. I never got you that nice comfy bed I kept saying I was going to get for you. I know you are no longer in pain and that you are with Satin and Apollo and all the other kids. It just sucks. I miss all of you so very much but you were my first boyo. I'm just glad we had the time together that we did, over 9 years. I am also glad your momma was there too, she loved you so much! And I know she misses you as well.

I haven't ordered your stone, like the ones I got for Satin, Apollo and Molly but as soon as I am back to work, I will. I will also most likely get you a memorial page here like I did for Satin and Apollo. For now though, I'll have to "visit" you here. I always loved you Elvis and I will never forget you boyo.
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Gads you went through so much. 
I am just starting the issue. My dog is Jenny who already had a terrible life. She was a bait dog for pit bull fighters (bad for them too) . She spent a year in the shelter and was then adopted after she healed. 3 months later that man went to jail and she was again in the shelter. They transferred her to a no kill shelter. She sat there for 4 months and a chance thing, I saw her on line.  I went to the shelter. She was a 5 year old that didn't ask for attention so no one noticed her. We went there, took her out of the cage and went to the yard they ask you to walk them in. My husband tried first and she was not bad, just not in sync with what he wanted. I grabbed her leash, said come and then she as my dog. I asked her if she wanted to go home and that was it. We paid and out we went.  
She is the best dog I ever had. She loves being spoiled. Loves beds and blankets and is so good. She had a lump on her leg that the first vet id nothing about. Then she had a second vet and she ignored it. Finally after the snow and freezing here she had frost cut up on hr feet and another lump on her foot. The vet said she would remove both. She never id a biopsy. She found a 4x4x2cm mast cell. Removed it and did not get it all. Now we have to see a specialist. I am having her on benadryl and watching the cuts heal!  Tomorrow I see what they will say. I got Jenny in March 2018. Less than a year.  I can't believe I can love her like I do. My husband says the same. She is a black mouth cur and lab mix. She is so miserable not going next door to play with her pals, running the yard, etc. I am thinking that depending on what they say, I may says let her live her best life as is. I guess I am wondering what someone else thinks of that. You have been through stuff with more than one family member. It is clear you have walked the walk of fire! 


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Well, February 12, 2019 marks 5 months since we had to let you go my Boyo. Not a day goers by that I am not crying and thinking of you and Satin and Apollo.

I think you came to me in a dream the other night but it was so brief and of course, it woke me up.

I console myself in knowing you are no longer in pain and your spirit is there with Satin and Apollo.

Until we meet up at the Bridge my Boyo, my bubbers.

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