My wiener doggy Dank!
remember Fiona? I posted some pics before, but they were from when she was still small...
look at the difference now -
if you read the frst couple of pages you might come across a post i made about my dog, blitz the border collie.
this morning i had him put down. he was 16 and 5 monhts. his body failed him but he was smart and alert until the very last which makes it so much worse for me. he knew something wasn't right. it was peaceful. we have an excellent vet who handled it well. he said his muscles had atrophied until there was nothing left. the last week he couldn't walk. he fouled himself. he howled and cried during the night and day when he tried to get up but couldn't.
so he's gone now.
in 6 hours i'm leaving for australia to be with the one i love, pacifier/whateverMYhappy.
so i guess two goodbyes and two hellos are in order.
goodbye blits. and goodbye south africa. i'll come visit again. i love you both.
and hello australia, and hello my loved one. i love you.
here is a link. he's the black and white one, the last of 4 pics. (DSC00075.jpg )
I thought this would be the most appropriate thread to post this story in...(and I didn't want it being turned into an argument for/against abortion on A Moving Train :rolleyes: )
Stray dog in Kenya retrieves abandoned baby, takes her to litter of puppies
09/05/2005 11:32:00 AM
I LOVE my Doggie!!!!!
doesnt anyone have
I love dogs as well, i am borrowing my cousins dog *Tompa* today and we
are just about to go out on a walk in the nice spring weather jiihooo
(He is a welsh springer spaniel)
Oh Sen...You know I said last week about our dog having white spots on her eyes....Still no improvement, but The Vet said it wasn't blindness, possibly an infection caused by some scratching (I guess from running through bushes or something).
We've been putting drops and gel on for around a week so fingers crossed she'll be back on top form soon...
I have a soft coated wheaten terrier named Denver. My mom has really bad allergies and this was the only type of dog we could have because they are hypo-allergenic. They're so expensive that we had to get a rescue one, and he has an ulcer that we have to give him pills for everyday inside a piece of cheese or else he'll throw up a lot. But he's the best dog I've ever seen in my life, he can be full of energy, and he walks really well. We've had him for two years now almost, and I think our whole family has been a lot happier because of him.
Flat Side of a Dog wrote:
Here is Lucy, but I call her The Goose.