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Thunderman

Buck rest in peace

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I took buck to the vet this AM and they checked him out They figure he had a tumor in his brain.He is in a better place now and he has giving me 12 1/2yrs of some of the best times ever thanks guys for the sympathay.Its going to be lonely but I won't see him suffer RIP BUCK smile.

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Sorry about the loss of your best friend in the world,but his pain ending will definately ease yours.Hope to talk to you soon Tuzz

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Todd.

Sorry to hear about your long time partner & sidekick.

You made the right decision. A tough one to make.

Last month I had to put down my my dog who was with me for over 18 years. Not an easy thing to do but it was the right thing.

No more suffering.

Keep your head up and remember the great times.

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Todd - feeling your loss, definatly one of the hardest thing I have ever done. Sorry I didnt call back, I was wrapped up at work till now. I'll give you a shout tomorrow...

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Good talking with you yesterday Todd. I am so sorry for your loss and Amanda is too.

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Todd, sorry guy. It is very tough to lose a buddy who although can not speak always let us know exactly how they felt about us. Always there to pick us up . . .man's best friend.

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RIP...Buckster. You did the right thing Todd. Keep the faith.

If you ever want to borrow my little hound dog...she is all yours wink

I hope you are doing well...I haven't heard from you since Monday!!!

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Todd, Sorry to hear about Buck if you need anything give me a buzz.

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Thanks guys I have been doing pretty good this week trying to keep my mind busy.Its hard to do but I know he is in a better place now.I have a slide show of my pics so he is with me everytime I sit at the computer Thanks again guys

Todd

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Sorry to here about the loss of your dog. I have said good by to a couple of fine dogs and have a pretty good idea of how you feel. Never easy.

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R.I.P. Buck

Todd I hope he's having fun up in heaven, running around with my Misty... He will be missed.

The Rogers Family

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