thank you for the information. Very helpful! When I feel I've given Scout enough grieving time..I'm going to look for two new brother's that I know will get along with Tucker...he is such a sweet, gentle boy. Scout's front paw started hurting 3 weeks from the day he was put to sleep. No other signs of anything wrong until he couldn't stand on his back legs a day before we brought him to the neuro surgeon for an MRI...she thought it was a ruptured disc in his neck, until she did the MRI and called me to tell me that he had spinal column cancer and bone cancer. We were not expecting anything like that. We were preparing to come up with the $6,000. for the surgery...not put him to sleep. Shock doesn't even come close to what I feel and so sad losing one of my boys. His brother/littermate seems ok, maybe confused. They had just turned 9 in July. Not long enough. So much pain, wonder if it's worth it....but I know it is..because it doesn't come close to all the love and joy he brought me for 9 yrs. I'm not the dog owner who just lets them out and feeds them. I play with them, sing to them, walk, take rides, clip nails, clean eyes, teeth, ears, dirty ass, brush them and play hide and seek...swim...etc.. I'm home during the day..and they are my babies. An empty void is what I feel...and try to hide for Tucker. Everyday gets a little easier...and new pups will help a lot. thank you for all your info, and the chat.
serving runs in my family I guess my dad was in the marines as well as my oldest brother who is serving his third tour in iraq my other brother is in the Air force and I have uncles and my grandpa was also in the military. my job in the army is a corrections officer, I plan on being a state trooper after I get out.
Linda: I am still trying to figure out most of this website.....half the time I can't get to where I think I should be! Your furkids are adorable! I saw something that makes me think you are in Oregon? I used to spend much time there.....Salem, Portland, Grant's Pass, lots of time at the Metolius near Sisters and Bend......and then down near Roseville fishing as well...and the coast.
BG is a very handsome man! After looking at him and looking at Milo...I'm not sure. Milo is kind of svelte (though that could be from the just leaving the animal shelter and having worms.) Anyway, Milo doesn't have the stocky frame of a corgi but more of a chihuahua. I need to get a better picture but he doesn't like to pose yet. Thank you:D.
Thanks for the compliment on Lance! : ) How fun is must be to have all those grandkids, that is wonderful and truly a blessing. Im trying to figure out how to survive the teenage years of my kids, how did you, lol!!!! Looking forward to seeing pictures of your corgis, horses and border collies. You must be very busy.