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    Mary Jane is offline Senior Member
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    Sorry for your loss. There is nothing more comfortable than an old lab

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    I'm sooooo sorry for your loss. We lost our Samson in May and I still can't believe he's gone. Take your time and allow yourself to grieve for as long as you need. They are our babies.

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    Sympathy to you. They are brilliant friends. It gets easier. x
    The golden lab is Chloe, we lost her about 5 months ago, I still sit and cry after her. You will always love them nothing can change that. My heart goes out to you all

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    I'm sorry to hear about your loss. I hope you find comfort that you were able to share such happy memories. Pets bring such richness to the lives of people who allow it and it is a bond that will always be there. My heart goes out to you.

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    There is always one dog that will capture your heart forever and the loss of that dog is the most gut wrenching grief. For me that dog is Abbey and I understand your grief over your loss. I do not know how I will cope when Abbey's time comes. Run free dear Doc.

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    We lost our 12 year old and 3 month yellow lab to this as well. She collapsed a few times, and would be very weak. It happened too fast for us to get her the surgery to remove the tumor, so we never found out if it was actually cancerous or not. She died at home in our living room, and I was holding her and talking to her the whole time.

    He was really beautiful. We had a chocolate too...we got them separately, but they both ended up having the exact same birthday.

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