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    Abby Oct 2016.jpg

    Red Stag's Bres Abagayle "Abby"
    May 30 2010 to Dec 2 2021

    Awesome dog and companion

    Went from chasing squirrels and wrestling with sticks to skin and bones in 8 weeks.... F Cancer again.

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    Sorry to hear that. Looks like a fine dog. Exactly what we are looking to get.

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    Very sorry to hear that. I well known the heartache that comes from a dog's death. Still worth loving a dog though imo. You had 11 good years with her.
    Mine also has cancer , but the very slow growing kind.... apocrine sweat gland cancer. Been a year and a half now and he's still bopping around. Has ALC surgery next week ; the vet will check first to see if cancer has spread.
    " We are more than our gender, skin color, class, sexuality or age; we are unlimited potential, and can not be defined by one label." quote A. Bartlett


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    Never easy to get over the loss of a dog! My sympathies.

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    Never easy to lose a dog, I feel your pain. My condolences to you and your family.

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    Sorry to hear, they stay with you forever even after their gone

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    I feel your pain . It's never easy .

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    Sorry for your loss. Never a good time to lose a friend….
    "Only dead fish go with the flow."
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    Research says we take the loss of a dog harder than the loss of a special human. If we lose a human, we have channels for grieving -- funerals, memorials, grief counseling. When we lose a dog, there are no avenues to come close to being able to grieve that loss appropriately. With people, we can speak with them, tell them we love them, say all the things we want or need to say. With dogs, they are so terribly special and we always wonder if they knew how much they mean to us.

    This loss will hurt, and it will take inexplicably long to sort out your grief. Don't feel dumb. Loss is loss. You had a special bond and you'll need to let yourself sort through how crappy you feel. Dog people get it
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    That's not the way to go whether it be a canine or human. I'm really sorry for the lose of someone so close to you and your family...
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