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Bo In Monroe

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Sorry Bo. I can definitely sympathize. My soon-to-be-wife and I had to euthanize both of her dobies within about 6 months of each other last year. :( Wonderful dogs they were! One was to bone cancer and the other to a horrible complication from pancreatitis. They'll always be missed but we remember all the great memories they gave us in their short 5 years. You will too. My condolences!

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damn Bo...very sorry to hear this...you too squirrel. The pets become such a big part of the family so fast...sorry again!

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Sorry about your dogs, Bo. I wish we could be able to hear them talk or know what wrong with them before it's too late. That what make it hard sometime to have pets. He in my prayer.

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Bo, so sorry about your dog. He is too young!

And Squirrel....sorry to hear of your loss.

About those OTC pain meds someone mentioned. Everyone knows that you can't give dogs Tylenol, Advil, etc......right? It is deadly. They can have aspirin. But the stuff you get from the vet is worth it if pain management becomes and issue.

I disagree for a dog thats got 1+ month to live. Depending on size, pain pills(NOT ibuprofen) do no harm if given correct dose. Ive done it before after a vet said it was ok(poor guy was 16 years old). Just keep a eye on the dog(have extra water) and check the poo afterward. If given too much there will be blood in poo. Given with food and lots of extra water, no issues. Call your vet and get there opinion first. Same for booze. Dont do both at the same time.

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