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Lulus mum
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Feb 14, 2011
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Jul 11, 1946 (Age: 75)
outskirts of Liverpool
retired from teaching-mainly Yr 3 children aged

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Lulus mum

PetForums VIP, Female, 75, from outskirts of Liverpool

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    1. Sled dog hotel
      Sled dog hotel
      Thank you for the rep and the lovely comment. xx
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      Aah. Thank you for your rep. :) And yes, my phobia goes back to when I was a child too. My dentist nowadays is great, but I am still a quivering wreck every time I go. Can almost feel myself regressing back to being that little kid again. Bad dentists have a lot to answer for.
      On the good side, I barely felt a thing yesterday, and then only the tiniest prick of an injection.
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      Thank U very kindly for the rep, it's appreciated.

      Yes, i can't understand even now why a jumped-up numpty with no actual credentials whatever became the God of Knowledge for training dogs... especially as we have many actual, knowledgeable trainers, vet-behaviorists, CAABs, & other humane, highly regarded folks, who actually HAVE the knowledge he claimed.
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      Sled dog hotel
      Thank you for the rep, hopefully it will help.
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      Thank you...
      Losing a beloved pet is such a burden, and it helps to be able to comfort someone else who is going throutg the same ordeal.
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      Thanks for the rep :)
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      Thanks for the rep - such a sad situation and can only keep everything crossed the pup gets out of there if the story is true x
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      Many Thanks for my green rep you sent me. I have just noticed it today so sorry for the delay in Thanking you. x
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      Thank you for the rep. I wish I could take credit for the advice but I can't - someone else said it to me when I was approaching having one of my last lot of 3 dogs PTS for lymphoma and it has stuck in my mind since. I hope it will stick with a few other people and help them when the time comes.
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      Ceiling Kitty
      Aw bless you. It's so hard isn't it? At least we are privileged to make that choice and allow that release for them. Thank you for the green square xxx
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      Thank you for the rep. I must believe I will meet them again, or there would be no sense in either living or dying.
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    Jul 11, 1946 (Age: 75)
    outskirts of Liverpool
    retired from teaching-mainly Yr 3 children aged
    married,2 children ,1 grandchild
    wanted to be a vet-but failed O Level Biology,so that was that
    Primary School teacher for 29 yrs-loved it
    worked for animal rescue for 10 years-loved it
    have 2 ginger cats,Dougal and Ollie gingers aged 14 and 6,and a tabby Rigsby aged 14
    1 of our dogs, Lulu,died 28.1.2011-we are devastated
    Our other dog,Buster, has dementia ,he is 14 .He and Lulu grew up with 2 of the cats,from a few months old.
    Since I typed this we have lost our lovely Dougal,aged 15 after trying so hard to keep him going and we miss him to bits

    On October 19 th 2012 we said goodbye to our lovely gentle "dementia dog" Buster,who was almost 16.
    The following May,2013 we said goodbye to our lovely Rigsby,again he left us at home in my arms.
    We stlll have little Ollie-no longer quite so little,he is now 9

    He died in my arms ,helped by our lovely vet.
    For the first time in 42 yrs we have no dog to welcome us.

    listening to and playing music
    researching family trees
    and being with my family and pets
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