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  1. Once again, my heart is broken. Buffy is one that I wanted more time with -- a lot more time. She had a tough life before going to her foster home then coming to me. She only got a year in a home. She is the only greyhound I really considered returning -- she was very difficult with food. Solved that problem with feeding her in the back room behind a gate. She was the leader of the pack. Now, it's my job again. I don't want the job -- I want her back. Last June she was diagnosed with a lung tumor. When we x rayed in October, it had tripled in size. She still enjoyed life, slowing down a little each week. Still played with stuffies and insisted on taking them outside. We let her -- many times she would lay outside with her head on the stuffy. Sometimes she just took them out and left them It was something she really enjoyed, so we let her take them out and we went out & brought them in. Saturday she started getting lethargic and by early Sunday morning, I knew I could not wait until Monday morning so we went to the ER clinic. I told her no more wonky leg (farm injury), no more trouble breathing -- she could run like the wind.
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