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Old 11-20-2008, 07:27 PM   #31
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Thank You all for the kind thoughts, I have and will be giving tyler people food for the last of his days, he hasn't had people food for years as after awhile it gives him seizures. I figure I'll feed him meals fit for a king until Sat morning.
If I was keeping him from pain, I think I would feel a little better, but he's not in pain and he's not sick. He is just losing his body control. Started as a couple accidents, now it's pretty much daily. Not just urinating also began pooping in the house.
As far as another dog, Hubby is adament we will not have another one, but in time I might try to sneak one in.

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Old 11-20-2008, 08:27 PM   #32
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It is very hard coping with the loss of a companion.... but I look at it like this, they are not meant to live as long as we do, but they sure know how to love you in the short time they are here.... I do hope you will be able to get another companion Mikki!

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