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Thread: Lost my Beagle to old age. (Bloodhound in Feb)

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    Sorry for your loss. Sucks for sure. Sounds like a great home for the next one.
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    Sorry for your loss.
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    Sorry for your loss, your dog had a great life. Sounds like the next lucky soul you bring home will be happy dog.

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    Sorry for your loss our beagle is 12 now.

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    "Old men (women too) miss many dogs" Sorry for your loss.
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    Prices for dogs in this Covid world are crazy. Going with my one dog till I find another beagle for what I am willing to pay. Will start checking rescues for a little older dog and it can have a life it only ever dreamed of. Has to not mind kids (grandkids) and like other dogs. That may be a problem. When Covid is over then likely a lot of dogs are going to be finding new homes as people go back to work and people have less time for dog. CHEERS!
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    Dang Wheelie, so sorry to hear that. Love those merry little hounds with long floppy ears and white tipped tails. We lost our lab today and I'm truly worried about how our beagle is going to take it. They were truly best buds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ninepointer View Post
    Dang Wheelie, so sorry to hear that. Love those merry little hounds with long floppy ears and white tipped tails. We lost our lab today and I'm truly worried about how our beagle is going to take it. They were truly best buds.
    My remaining dog still seems confused over losing his 2 brothers. He is a different dog now by himself. I do take him to dog parks and plays with dogs now at the trailer park. Sorry for your loss. I is hard and I still miss my beagle. CHEERS!
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    Sorry to hear that. I still have his sister.
    She has developed shoulder joint problems and has been to the vet this past week.
    .she is definitely a very important part of the family.

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    The truly ty part about owning a dog, sounds like your Beagle had a great life...

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