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BUMMER DAY
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Ron/PA    Posted 09-21-2002 at 13:07:54       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hey after all the fightin and carryin on I caused while on vacation this week, I just gotta cry on some shoulders.
My best buddybeagle had to be put down today. It was double hard cause he was unique for several reasons.
1 He is the only beagle I ever paid for.
2 He is the only beagle I ever owned that would not chase rabbits!!
3 He is the only registered beagle I ever owned
(Donna's Duke of Dozer)
4 He would walk with me all day and watch the others run rabbits, and pace with me while they came around.
5 Last but not least, he was my farm buddy, and went where I went, did what I did, and liked me even when I was a jerk and did dumb things.
Thanx for letting me ramble, I needed it. Donna can only take so much of my whining.
Ron


Saddlebum    Posted 09-21-2002 at 20:19:20       [Reply]  [No Email]
Ron and DJ, I am sure sorry to hear about the losses of your canine buddies. Take heart that they will be waiting for you at the Rainbow Bridge someday, along with all the other good pets that have gotten called home.


ol Henry    Posted 09-21-2002 at 19:47:15       [Reply]  [No Email]
You got me thinkin about all the wonderful dogs I have had in my lifetime, some very fond memories indeed, I gave ol Zip an extra pat on the head when I fed him tonight, Thanks for sharing


D.J.-EAST TEXAS    Posted 09-21-2002 at 16:42:09       [Reply]  [No Email]
sorry about the dog ron,i lost 2 in the last couple of weeks.man i'll tell ya i can think of a lot of bad things that happened in my lifetime but those dang dogs sure are missed.but i keep getting more and hope for the best.hope you had at least a little better luck during your vacation.............dj


bob    Posted 09-21-2002 at 16:19:23       [Reply]  [No Email]
Ron know the feeling about your beagle Mine like yours doesn,t chase rabbits A heck of a friend.I dread that day in the future. 2years ago i had him tested for heaRT WORMS and he as infected. When doc toldme how much was going to cost for treatment a lot of thoughts crossed my mind but I couldn,t part with him and am real glad as he recovered and is in good shape only a little too fat like me/You have my condolences bobia


EIEIO    Posted 09-21-2002 at 13:32:29       [Reply]  [No Email]
Ron I feel so bad for you, I just cannot imagine how sad my heart would feel if we had to put down one of our dogs. They so much become a member of the family. I had engraved the following on a plaque for one of my friends. Can't engrave it for you but if I could I would my friend!

Dear Master,
You have been my teacher, my friend and most beloved companion. I was like your child, totally dependent on you for all my needs. But I never grew up and moved away as children do, I just grew to love and need you more each day, each month, each year.

I never went hungry because you gave me dinner and gave me water each day. When the weather was bad I found comfort in the warmth and safety of your home. I delighted you by learning tricks, but what you may not have realized is that I loved learning from you because I lived to please you.

The touch of your hand stroking my fur made my life worthwhile. Though I barked at noises in the night, the postman's footsteps and the ringing of the doorbell; the voice of my master was the one sound that I cherished most. Your moods became my moods. When you were sad or lonely, I nuzzled closer to comfort you .

There were times when you became upset with me because I soiled the carpet, chewed on a piece of furniture, or barked too much. But do not feel bad about those times when you scolded me - I needed to learn right from wrong, and I always understood when things weren't going your way or when you'd had an unpleasant day at work. There is no need for you to harbor guilt or remorse on my behalf.

You loved me and blessed me with more happiness than most animals will ever know. Instead of wondering what you could have done differently, remember the funny things I did and the happy times we shared together. Though it is hard for you to understand, I was ready to pass on from this life.

Our time together was short, but if we'd had fifty years together, you still would have not been ready for me to leave.

So please, Master, share your life with others. Do not refuse the opportunity to give another lucky pet the love you have given me. No other animal will ever take my place in your heart, but there is another one who needs you and will grow to love you as much as I did.

I am now at peace and no longer feel pain. You gave me a wonderful home and a happy existence on this earth. So please be happy - go on with your life and give your love to others.

Although I no longer share your world, I will always live in your heart, and you in mine.

Farewell, Dear Master.




Nathan(GA)    Posted 09-21-2002 at 21:07:56       [Reply]  [No Email]
That's Good! Kinda got to me. Thanks!


Hogman** Dadblast You EI    Posted 09-21-2002 at 17:17:46       [Reply]  [No Email]
Thats a tear jerker,tai'nt fair.....

Ron Im along side Ya good buddy btdt,tha hurt never goes away.


Ron/PA DEAR LADY,,,,,,    Posted 09-21-2002 at 15:43:44       [Reply]  [Send Email]
You can be sure that this one is printed out and saved! I am usually not too mushy over my animals but this one got to me.
Thanx
Ron and Donna


Grove r    Posted 09-21-2002 at 18:29:44       [Reply]  [No Email]
Boy....did you ever hit home!!!! Lost my most cherished Jack Russel, named Tiger, about ten years ago.....he is still in my every thought..... finaly broke down and got two more Jack Russels... and they are doing the same thing.....dang!!!!! why do they have to do that.....


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