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|11-27-2019 01:18 PM|
Originally Posted by dobebug View Post
|11-27-2019 12:01 PM|
Real sorry about your loss. |
Thanks for sharing PICs with us........what a pretty girl!
|11-27-2019 11:56 AM|
G'by Penelope--I know you went where the good dogs go--keep an eye out for my Toad--he'll be glad to play with you... |
|11-27-2019 11:31 AM|
|TNfisher||I'm sorry for your loss.|
|11-27-2019 11:19 AM|
|MeadowCat||I'm very sorry. OS sucks - such an awful way to lose a dog. Been there.|
|11-27-2019 10:28 AM|
Originally Posted by dax0402 View Post
|11-27-2019 09:11 AM|
|dax0402||So very, very sorry for your loss. They are just never with us long enough. Sleep softly sweet Penelope.|
|11-27-2019 07:59 AM|
|ECIN|| It's been a bit but I always think about her. |
And you will till your days are done here - When they come home with us - they never leave us in heart or spirit .
|11-27-2019 06:12 AM|
My condolences on the loss of your beloved Penelope. |
I can tell she was very well cared for and loved.
Mel said "Her joy shows through in your pictures." - That was what I saw as well- she brought a smile to my face.
The photo of her in the middle of what appears to be the stuffing's of a softy and a huge smile.
|11-26-2019 09:32 PM|
Originally Posted by Coco Loco View Post
|11-26-2019 09:23 PM|
Thank you. It is awful. It took the twinkle out of Coco's eyes and I knew it was time. It is such a tough decision to make but we do it out of love. |
I like all the pics you have posted of Penelope but especially the one in your signature. That's the look of love and one of the toughest things we miss when they are gone.
Your next dog will be so lucky to have you in their life.
|11-26-2019 09:17 PM|
Originally Posted by Coco Loco View Post
We had a lovely 120 days and, then, a few quiet ones and a very sleepy,weak day that let me know it was time. She really never told when enough was enough (eating, playing, muzzle-punching to the end) but, as you say, it was my last gift to set her free from that body.
|11-26-2019 08:51 PM|
What a lovely girl. I teared up when I read about her osteosarcoma. I lost my much loved old gal almost a year ago to that dreaded disease. She too was a byb dog but she made it almost to 10. We opted not to do the amputation because of her age. I loved that girl so much but have never regretted letting her go when we did. It was her time and the last gift we could give her for all of the joy she brought us. |
I'm so sorry for your loss. They leave a big hole when they go but when the time is right you will honour her with another lovey.
|11-26-2019 08:15 PM|
Originally Posted by melbrod View Post
|11-26-2019 07:28 PM|
Her joy shows through in your pictures. I'm glad you guys were able to find each other, if only for a few brief years. |
And looking at her face, I can see where your avatar came from. Just a little resemblance
|11-26-2019 06:45 PM|
Originally Posted by spocksdad View Post
The osteosarcoma was a big shock. I knew, as a BYB dog, she would have health issues down the line but was sure it would be DCM. Had her echo done at a show and was planning to track that every 6 months then holter.
Her timing was "good" in that she was diagnosed a week into my summer break. I got a temp job at the vet who did her amputation and the oncologist was in the same city I was assigned a clinical rotation. We really were as aggressive as we could be but both vets and I are sure she had some awful genetics at play. Sent some postmortem tissue samples to Yale in hopes they could put that towards their ongoing OSA vaccine trial.
Pen taught me a lot about what it means to be a mindful handler and a future doc. I want to honour that with my next dog when the time is right.
|11-26-2019 06:32 PM|
|Cressrb||What a sweet tribute to your friend. So sorry.|
|11-26-2019 06:28 PM|
Sorry about your recent loss of Penelope this last Sept. |
Hope you'll keep the good memories of her forever.
The spirit in her eyes really came through in the pictures you posted.
I went back and reread all you threads to get her history and timeline straight.
It's ashamed you only had a brief 2-years with her after adoption.
Thank you so much loving Penelope in her last two years while under your care, even though she became ill with progressive cancer.
I'm glad you weren't disparaged with Dobermans from this experience and are considering getting another Dobe in future, when the time is right.
|11-26-2019 05:50 PM|
Originally Posted by alan j. View Post
|11-26-2019 05:39 PM|
|alan j.||Sorry you lost a friend.|
|11-26-2019 05:36 PM|
You made everyday a song, Pen.
You, who had a rough start and lived in a kitchen. You, who helped me work hard. You, who loved me the moment we met. You, who always did her best. You, the Goblin Queen.
Thank you. Miss you, kiddo.