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Issac Brock

Goodbye Patches

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I'm 17 years old and I've had my dog since I was 4 and a half. I don't remember not having a dog. Today Patches died. She had cancer in her throat that was diagnosed in november, and it spread all through her lungs. When she woke up today she was breathing heavily and was in pain. Our family took her into the animal hospital and put her down, comforting her as she painlessly fell asleep. Our whole family shed some tears for her, she was really a big part of the family.

 

I just wanted to share that for those of you who have been through what I went through today. No need to come in this thread and make fun of me, if you don't care about dogs then just go on your merry way.

 

RIP Patches :(

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I had my dog for 10 years, had to put him down last year...it's gunna be a year at the end of this month actually. There's nothin you can do to change it, but just try to think of the good shit and maybe paint a big RIP piece

 

RIP Patches and RIP Bobby, best friend I ever had..4.30.05

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That's really sad mate I'm sorry to hear about your loss even though i don't know you.

 

some assholes poisoned my dog 5 years ago with baited meat.

 

R.I.P Patches and Woody 5.2.2001

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Yeah. On easter I had to go to church and the pastor was talking about Jesus's ressurection, and he kept saying "Everything that lives, dies." and I kept thinking of patches cause I knew that her time was coming near. Its so sad :(

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this thread makes me really sad. i have a dog right now, and i don't like thinking about her dying. she's so innocent and caring, it'd be a real shame to see her go. my dad never let me and my sister get a dog, but he finally gave in after like 13 years of pursuading him, and we got our dog - Fluffy. lol funny name, but it suited her well when she was a pup....now she's just a bad ass that all the neighborhood kids and parents are scared of...little do they know she's down as hell

 

anyway

RIP to your dog, Patches

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this thread makes me really sad. i have a dog right now, and i don't like thinking about her dying. she's so innocent and caring, it'd be a real shame to see her go. my dad never let me and my sister get a dog, but he finally gave in after like 13 years of pursuading him, and we got our dog - Fluffy. lol funny name, but it suited her well when she was a pup....now she's just a bad ass that all the neighborhood kids and parents are scared of...little do they know she's down as hell

 

anyway

RIP to your dog, Patches

 

yeah man, what makes me the most sad is how little she understands of it all. they first gave her anasthesia so that she would fall asleep (before the lethal injection) and she just got more and more drowsy and it's just so sad because she doesn't know what's happening to her, she's just getting really tired. she was always so friendly and never did anything wrong.

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Damn man. I feel for you, dude. I never had a dog, but my cat Satin (nicknamed Satan) was with me for 18 years. It was a tough day when she died a couple years ago. RIP Satin.

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i had a rabbit which got caught by a fox after maybe a year,

 

and that was sad,

 

so i feel for you people who have had pets for ages, and plus a dog you have around more than a rabbit which is just in the garden

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i had a dog all my life, a german sheperd named candy,we had to put her to sleep 2 summers ago , she had some realy bad digestive problems, it was one of the hardest things i had to do, this dog was litterally with me since i was 4 years old.i was completely devistated.But on a lighter side, when i got back to my apartment the day i put her to sleep, i was smoking a joint in the backyard when i found a just born kitten laying motionless, i thought it was dead, and all the emotion from my dog hit me so i rushed it to the animal hostpital , basically saved its life and it lives with me till this day...

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Yeah' date=' Rip pets. Its sad, but inevitable. Unless you buy a turtle, then at least there's a chance itll out live you.[/quote']

 

 

or a large parrot

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they should just cross breed turles with dogs and get a turtledog

 

So... would that be a reptimal or a mamile?

 

 

 

 

I'm sorry for your lost. I haven't had a pet in a long time, but I remember when I was little when my kitten died I felt horrible.

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RIP Patches. RIP Leo

 

My puppy Doberman Pincher, Leo. The place that sold us the dog didnt tell us it was sick. Byt the time we got it had an uncurable disease effecting the digestive track,it wouldnt allow it to absord food and nutrients. We had to put it down about 2 or 3 weeks after we got it and it was only a few months old. We later found out that the place that sold us the dog is under investigation by the state for selling sick dogs to people across the nation.

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