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Texasgreys

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  1. I was looking for the name of a dog I fostered, and clicked on Bob's Amareda - dam line is Hurry. I didn't see that on your list. Bob's Amareda http://greyhound-data.com/d?i=1542384 ETA: IDK if you want other than US dogs, but Dreamy Babe from AU has a dam named Hallelujah Lass: http://greyhound-data.com/d?i=1264674
  2. My Cinderella (RGS KissMeNow) went to the bridge on August 22 - I would appreciate it if you add her to the list. Thank you.
  3. I'm very sorry for your loss. You will miss him, but he's only a dream away.
  4. I'm so very sorry, Diane. Your boy was very lucky to have landed safely with you...
  5. Pam, I'm very sorry for your loss. Godspeed, Buddy!
  6. Texasgreys

    Jet

    I'm so very sorry for your loss. Jet was an amazing girl - how lucky that you found each other!
  7. I am so sorry for your loss, Claudia. How wonderful that you opened your home and heart for this special girl, and shared her antics with us! Godspeed, Ekko! You are missed.
  8. Congrats, Zoey, on landing in the best home EVER! Beth - how lucky for all of you that she is part of your family now!
  9. Mary, I am so very sorry for your loss. What a lucky little girl Zoe was, to have you looking out for her! Godspeed, Zoe!!!
  10. I lost my Luli (Tallulah) on January 12, to a tumor on her spine, most likely osteosarcoma. My wild Irish rose left much too quickly, but after feeling the sun on her face and wearing her favorite coat.
  11. I am so sorry you had to renew your membership. I, too, am back - with my little Irish girl Tallulah who has a tumor on her spine which might be osteo. I've lost dogs before - heck, I had a 17-month period where I lost 5 personal dogs and 2 hospice fosters - but this one is for some reason so very hard for me. I am struggling whether it's time to let her go, or if it's okay that she stay here - she's not in pain but I don't want to set the bar that low. I wish I had someone to help me decide whether Luli is ready to go. Times like this I hate being alone.
  12. I don't know if you got any belly bands for Tripp when you adopted him, but if you're concerned about him marking you might want to put one on. Just tell your dad to take it off if he takes Tripp outside! (BTW, I'm pretty close to you, up in Quitman - small world )
  13. Faye Oops was much loved in your home - I know she was glad that she fell into your hearts. Godspeed, Faye Oops!
  14. When I took him in yesterday to get his sutures out, the vet and I agreed to try some prednisone to give him some relief from itching. I've been adding fish oil but that hasn't helped. At Neyla's Mom's recommendation, I did start a consult with the OSU - I sent path report and x-rays, and they're looking for the slides now if my vet has them to send. We'll see what develops here <fingers crossed>. Thanks! I feel optimistic only because Clark is just SO MUCH BETTER without that leg. He weighed 48 lbs. before amputation - now 2 weeks later he weighs 46 lbs. So his appetite
  15. One of the reasons for the poor prognosis for Clark is that he is so young (~18 months) and cancer in a young dog is generally very aggressive. I'm waiting to hear back from the OSU, but I did send the pathology report to my former vet in Dallas and he agrees with the prognosis. Chemo is not an option for two reasons - (1) from what I have read there is not a good chemo protocol for chondrosarcoma and (2) the adoption group can't afford chemo. I'm not in a position to pay for chemo for a foster dog, so I'll keep Clark comfortable and happy and see where this road takes us. The only thi
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