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08/01/2011

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i'm glad she's home too. here's to happy days ahead

I'm glad she's home as well ... and that George is there ... and Moose ... and the cactus flower ... and all that goodness. Your home seems like a great place to be these days.

i don't know if any of the pups are 'chewers' and if so, this would not work but my 10 yr old lucy sleeps/naps/lounges on a heating pad from time to time...it's an extra large (Relax the Back) and has temp and time control.

It's always difficult to "prepare" yourself for the inevitable. My family has loved and lost 5 pooches since my childhood (I'm 34 now), and it's never easy. Our most recent baby passed 4 years ago at the age of 10 from cancer.

Just enjoy the time you have with her, and make sure to spoil her with her favorite things -- tummy rubs, doggie treats, a spot to lay in the grass -- as long as you can.

My thoughts and prayers are with you and Daisy.

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