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Saying goodbye sucks...

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

About 6-7yrs ago we started seeing a beautiful German Shepherd on our land. We didn't know our neighbors well, but we had seen them out in their yard and knew that their dogs were small so we thought someone had dumped a German Shepherd in the country. We scooped her up and took her to the vet, got all of her shots, flea meds, and decided that we would let her roam our property and we would just feed her and keep her UTD on her shots. When we got her home, a strange car pulled up and our neighbor got out and asked if we had seen her German Shepherd. Lol. That's how we met Ranger. She and her sister Texas used to come over to the house all the time and would even sleep in our house at night. She was part of our family just like our dogs were, but belonged to our neighbors. Today, my husband found her dead at her house...a victim of another dog. My heart is breaking in two. She was so precious and we loved her so much. I just ache inside. I hate saying goodbye...I'm just broken.
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    Seems like they were not really taking care of her, so sad, you feel the pain of losing her more than they do.
    1670 days ago
  • no profile photo CD14402600
    So sorry for the loss of this dear dog. I have lost so many pets and it is never easy. Jut remember the good times you had with her. She is beautiful.
    1670 days ago
    So very very sorry for your loss
    1670 days ago
  • no profile photo SARAHHARTZOG27
    Awww so sad. Sorry for your loss. Prayers for you.
    1670 days ago
  • no profile photo CD14191235
    i totally feel your pain!!!! i'm so so sorry for your loss...
    1670 days ago
  • MISSUS14
    Oh my goodness. That's horrible. Sweet. But I'm so sorry. There is only THAT one dog...But sometimes there comes another that leaved a print too.
    1670 days ago
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