This man's best friend lost

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    Sorry for you loss. I miss my dog years later but have many nice memories.
    Please take care.....

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    So sorry for your loss, rammer jammer. Saturday was a bad day for us both - I also lost my pup that day, a 9-year old lab that left my wife and I too soon but proved to be the greatest dog ever in our eyes. Can't replace our special companions, but always trust that they live on in our memories and in the lives of their friends that follow.
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    Sorry, I don't look forward to the day my current dog leaves this world. It will tear my heart out, but still I keep coming back for more. It's not about me, but about giving them a great life while they are here. I'll deal with the loss.
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    They truly are......man's best friend.

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    Good looking dog .... bet she was a lot of fun. Shame that life is a limited deal.
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