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Old February 25th, 2013, 11:02 AM
Barkingdog Barkingdog is offline
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Originally Posted by Chris1958 View Post
Thanks for your kind words. It's been a difficult road so far. I had Harley euthanized peacefully in my arms at home. I even had the need to placed him, wrapped up in his favorite blankets and basket, into the crematory... I had to be with him right until the very end. Now Harley sits on my office desk in a tasteful urn that looks more like a large paperweight.... I know this sounds sappy coming from a 55 year old man, but he was like a son to me, my best buddy.... I couldn't have loved him more.

Chris
I am really sorry to hear about the lost of your beloved Harley. I met a man in his 60's while I was out with my last dog and the man told me he had 2 Standard Poodles and after the last one dies he could not get another dog as he did not want to go through the heartbreak of losing a dog again, it was too much him. I see nothing sappy about grieving a lost of a family member. How is your other dog doing?
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