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Truly soulmates

August 23rd, 2005, 06:27 AM
On August 2nd, I lost my beloved StaffordshireBull Terrier, Maggie to a brain tumour. She had been diagnosed in April and we knew our time left might be limited.

On August 13th, complete devastation hit my family when Guinness, my 7 yr. old Staffordshire Bull Terrier died. Cause unknown. She was an epi dog and 1 month ago her blood levels were all great. Then suddenly her blood levels were off the charts and within 3 days she was gone. It's almost as if when she realized that Maggie wasn't coming home she had to go be with her.

This also hits my family especially hard with Bill 132 becoming law in just 6 days. We had just moved into our new home and built the new fence and they never set their paws in the home bought for them.

Good news is, we are getting 2 Staffordshire Bull Terrier pups in the next week or so and 8 paw prints will be entering this home as it was meant to be.

August 23rd, 2005, 07:50 AM
I am so sorry to hear about yout two beloved doggies. They were very lucky to have such a good home and a loving owner. Losing two in a short time like that cannot be easy. I have an epi dog, His name is D.O.G., he is a rottie/chow mix. He is now seven and has had epilepsy since the age of two. Again, I am sorry for you loss.

August 23rd, 2005, 06:10 PM
I am so sorry for your loss, I can't imagine losing 2 of my babies so close together.

R.I.P Maggie and Guinness :grouphug: