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  1. 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
  2. Good article about when to say goodbye, including a scale to help with the decision. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/19/well/family/pet-dog-cat-death-euthanasia.html?fbclid=IwAR3yXiLVpfH9AQyLYxpKjCq8rs6iqjAY3XAZUpzMfwtbJyCDy_DJRA1bYmU
  3. Our Selena went to the Bridge yesterday at 9:15 AM, SMT. in Kingman,Arizona. She came from JCKC in Tallahassee, Fl- raced 21 races and came in first 8 times. She was taken to GPA- Richmond (now known as James River Greyhounds) Her foster Mom was in Tallahassee where she nursed her with a broken hock. Then she went to Richmond and Katrina Strumpf,and Gil, fostered her until we adopted her in 2007. She was a shy girl her whole life, did not care much for men, plastic bags, and kitties. We will miss her. Her last greyhound event was Las Vegas Greyhound picnic, where they gave all the senio
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    Darby Hill

    It is with a sad heart that we say goodbye to our silly goofy handsome man. Darby left us quietly the day before Thanksgiving. We believe he took a massive stroke. I woke up to find Mr.Darby Hill lying in front of the patio door in the sunshine. Darby came to us August 2011 under some unusual circumstances and from the moment he entered our home, he made it known that he was in his final home. He was our goofy boy and he loved everyone. When he wanted something he was very vocal about it. He loved to have his ears rubbed and with groan with pleasure when you got the right spot. He was very lou
  5. Anita, our big goofy Greyhound, was diagnosed with partial laryngeal paralysis and aspiration pneumonia after having major breathing difficulties on Friday. She passed away in the early morning hours on Sunday.
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