I am certain Tucker couldn’t of had a better life without you as his friend.
Thank you, John, I hope that is the case.
Cap'n Tanner~I am very sorry to hear about your losing Tucker. I am guessing, though, that the many memories will continue to enrich your life for a long, long time.All the best,C. F.
Thanks, Steve...15 years does make for many, many great memories that get us through times like this.
Well said Gary.
Thank you, Allan. What a great friend and confidant he was.
I'm very sorry for your loss, I've been down that road more than a few times, and its never easy.I'm now on my second rescue dog, having lost my Malamute to cancer. One of the problems in rescuing older dogs is that you have to face the loss more often, but its still a bitch.Bruce
Bruce, thank you for your thoughts. We are thinking seriously about a rescue dog. Just so completely seems the right thing to do.
Been there three times, Gary. They become members of the family and each one is precious. There's a reason they're called "man's best friend".My best to you.
There certainly is a reason, Richard. They certainly are there for us. Thanks for your thoughts!