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Old 07-09-2013, 10:00 PM
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((((Hugs)))) I'm so sorry for your loss. I loved looking at your pictures of your dogs, especially Backup he was truly a character with those facial expressions. Arnold was a gorgeous boy.

Run free Arnold and Backup.
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Old 07-10-2013, 12:10 AM
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I wish there was something, anything that any of us can do to makes this better and there isn't

I remember not that long ago, sending you a pm about how that pic of Backup with his ribbons cracked me so much.

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Old 07-10-2013, 10:14 AM
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I open this thread and then I close it because I have nothing adequate to say and then I open it again thinking surely I can come up with something... but nope What does one say other than I am so incredibly sorry for your loss
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Old 07-10-2013, 05:11 PM
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I'm heartbroken with you. Your stories about Backup made me fall in love with him, and they made me fall in love with my dogs more.

I wish there were something better to say.
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Old 07-10-2013, 05:46 PM
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I've opened and closed this thread so many times just because I can't figure out how to express what I'm feeling.

Thank you for letting all of us get to know these two dogs. Thank you for letting us share in your stories, your trials, your work, your joy and your experiences with them. Thank you for letting us feel like part of their lives. It's made it so much more painful than I can believe to lose these two to such a tragedy but it's because they lived and we get to be a piece of that.

I tend to really not like switching to past tense when someone dies and in this case even more so. They may not physically be here anymore but their legacy lives on. Their stories, their pictures, their video's and who they are continues to make everyone smile, laugh and cry.

They are amazing dogs that touch so many people all across the world and so do you and your love of them. I very much hope you find yourself able to smile at the memory of them but until then we're all here for you.
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Old 07-10-2013, 05:51 PM
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I've opened and closed this thread so many times just because I can't figure out how to express what I'm feeling.

Thank you for letting all of us get to know these two dogs. Thank you for letting us share in your stories, your trials, your work, your joy and your experiences with them. Thank you for letting us feel like part of their lives. It's made it so much more painful than I can believe to loose these two to such a tragedy but it's because they lived and we get to be a piece of that.

I tend to really not like switching to past tense when someone dies and in this case even more so. They may not physically be here anymore but their legacy lives on. Their stories, their pictures, their video's and who they are continues to make everyone smile, laugh and cry.

They are amazing dogs that touch so many people all across the world and so do you and your love of them. I very much hope you find yourself able to smile at the memory of them but until then we're all here for you.
This. I haven't had the words to express my sympathy...but we are all here for you. I'm so, so sorry for what happened and I wish there was something more I could offer than just mere words. But know that you are in my thoughts and prayers, and I have thought about you and your family ever day.
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Old 07-10-2013, 06:04 PM
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I am so sorry. I started crying when I read it on facebook. I can only imagine how that felt. How it still feels. It is like a nightmare you can't wake up from.

I just hope with time, the good memories you shared will take over the tragic ending and you find some peace in them.

RIP Arnold and Backup.
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Old 07-10-2013, 06:06 PM
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I've opened and closed this thread so many times just because I can't figure out how to express what I'm feeling.

Thank you for letting all of us get to know these two dogs. Thank you for letting us share in your stories, your trials, your work, your joy and your experiences with them. Thank you for letting us feel like part of their lives. It's made it so much more painful than I can believe to loose these two to such a tragedy but it's because they lived and we get to be a piece of that.

I tend to really not like switching to past tense when someone dies and in this case even more so. They may not physically be here anymore but their legacy lives on. Their stories, their pictures, their video's and who they are continues to make everyone smile, laugh and cry.

They are amazing dogs that touch so many people all across the world and so do you and your love of them. I very much hope you find yourself able to smile at the memory of them but until then we're all here for you.
This, so much this

I struggled to find anything remotely adequate to write.
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Old 07-10-2013, 07:06 PM
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I've opened and closed this thread so many times just because I can't figure out how to express what I'm feeling.

Thank you for letting all of us get to know these two dogs. Thank you for letting us share in your stories, your trials, your work, your joy and your experiences with them. Thank you for letting us feel like part of their lives. It's made it so much more painful than I can believe to lose these two to such a tragedy but it's because they lived and we get to be a piece of that.

I tend to really not like switching to past tense when someone dies and in this case even more so. They may not physically be here anymore but their legacy lives on. Their stories, their pictures, their video's and who they are continues to make everyone smile, laugh and cry.

They are amazing dogs that touch so many people all across the world and so do you and your love of them. I very much hope you find yourself able to smile at the memory of them but until then we're all here for you.
This is beautifully written.

I can't even fathom what you are going through right now and nothing I can think of would even be close to adequate for the situation.

I am SOOOOOOO sorry for your loss. I recently got over my own heartbreak an though the situations were different I can understand the pain.

Run free Backup and Arnold.
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Old 07-10-2013, 07:37 PM
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I've opened and closed this thread so many times just because I can't figure out how to express what I'm feeling.

Thank you for letting all of us get to know these two dogs. Thank you for letting us share in your stories, your trials, your work, your joy and your experiences with them. Thank you for letting us feel like part of their lives. It's made it so much more painful than I can believe to lose these two to such a tragedy but it's because they lived and we get to be a piece of that.

I tend to really not like switching to past tense when someone dies and in this case even more so. They may not physically be here anymore but their legacy lives on. Their stories, their pictures, their video's and who they are continues to make everyone smile, laugh and cry.

They are amazing dogs that touch so many people all across the world and so do you and your love of them. I very much hope you find yourself able to smile at the memory of them but until then we're all here for you.
Lovely, this. I just didn't have the words. I have never cried over dogs I never knew in real life until these two. They touched many.
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