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    Still wet behind the ears
  1. Thank you... Yes, this feels devastating, unexpectedly. I thought I had prepared, but wow. This is so much harder than I thought it would be. 🤎
  2. Thank you for these wonderful resources. I appreciate them so much. Wags was a gorgeous boy. 🤎
  3. Five, I am so sorry for your loss of Bea, as well. 😢 This is a horrible disease. Wags had the best name ever, but especially for him. He was our first greyhound, and will probably set the bar. 😉🤎
  4. Your poem is beautiful! Thank you for saying his name and acknowledging him. I didn’t realize how others’ saying his name would be meaningful. Thank you, again. 🤎
  5. That’s a piece of advice we had in mind, too. I think it was just on time. Thank you for your kindness. 🤎
  6. Please add my sweet red fawn boy, Wagmore Barkless. He was 13.5 and had Degenerative Myelopathy. Run free, sweet boy.
  7. Yes, it definitely feels like waves... so true. Thank you. 🤎
  8. Thank you for your kindness during a very difficult adjustment. 🤎
  9. Thank you for your kindness. It means so much... It’s comforting to know it will get better. 🤎
  10. Two days ago, my husband and I made the heart-wrenching decision to help our beloved greyhound, Wagmore Barkless (Wags), over the rainbow bridge. He fought a valiant fight against degenerative myelopathy, and now, he can finally run again. We have never had to make the decision to euthanize before, and it was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. He was 13.5, and had declined significantly over the last month, but steadily over the last 6 months. He had some incontinence, could no longer go on walks, and had little interest in squeaky toys anymore. We put down runners everywhere o
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