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    That's the saddest part about dogs. They have such a short life compared to humans. Think if we could get a dog as a kid, and have it with us for our whole life.

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    My boy Kaos…

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    My shed dog Daisy bringing me a deadhead in the 2012 shed season.
    This is Daisy and Melanie, new shed dog in training, with another deadhead Daisy found during the 2013 shed season. fatrascal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Hunter View Post
    That's the saddest part about dogs. They have such a short life compared to humans. Think if we could get a dog as a kid, and have it with us for our whole life.
    Pretty sad day in my household today. Had to take my 14 year old Lab Molly to the vet and have her put down. To much pain in all her joints and heart giving out. She was the greatest dog I've ever had (and I've had a few!) and a wonderful hunter and companion. Wife and I had to do the hardest thing for a pet owner. Having her cremated and will spread her ashes on our pond where she spent so much time chasing the ducks, geese and fish.

    I'll post a couple of pictures later today.
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    CC- I'm sorry for the loss of your dog. I feared the pain of losing one so bad, I didn't get my first until last year. Already, in a year and a half, the good times and great memories she's given us will far outweigh the pain that will eventually come.

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    Glad to see I was not the only one who forgot their man card at home when the family dog was chosen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Pretty sad day in my household today. Had to take my 14 year old Lab Molly to the vet and have her put down. To much pain in all her joints and heart giving out. She was the greatest dog I've ever had (and I've had a few!) and a wonderful hunter and companion. Wife and I had to do the hardest thing for a pet owner. Having her cremated and will spread her ashes on our pond where she spent so much time chasing the ducks, geese and fish.

    I'll post a couple of pictures later today.
    My condolences CC. I had to put my first lab down a couple years ago due to cancer. Hardest thing I have ever had to do. Still brings tears to my eyes just thinking about him.

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    Here is Duke, happy to see me home from work so he isn't outside anymore.

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    Here he is proudly displaying his best day, marking 5 birds at once with 2 hunters then getting the sixth 20 minutes later
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    And here he is scouting with me earlier this year.
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    My condolences to you as well Colorado Cowboy, not sure how I am going to keep it together when its Duke's time. Dogs are truly man's best friend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Pretty sad day in my household today. Had to take my 14 year old Lab Molly to the vet and have her put down. To much pain in all her joints and heart giving out. She was the greatest dog I've ever had (and I've had a few!) and a wonderful hunter and companion. Wife and I had to do the hardest thing for a pet owner. Having her cremated and will spread her ashes on our pond where she spent so much time chasing the ducks, geese and fish.

    I'll post a couple of pictures later today.
    Sorry bud. We all know how hard it is to lose your best friend.

 

 

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