NFR RIP my sweet sweet McKenzie....

Skip Enge

Active Member
#24
Very sad to lose a canine friend. We love them. We raise them and care for them and might even train them. It's not supposed to be like this. I nursed back to health two pets in my time...Both were from poisoning. One was my dog Bennie in HS ...he got into my chemistry set . and his crap glowed in the yard for a week...another was a cat I loved that drank wash out water while i was painting the house... We were lucky. I am so sorry for your loss.
 

bakerite

Active Member
#25
Sorry to hear it. Our lab Gus is 13 this year and this may be his last summer. He had a great time yesterday collecting rocks from the shallows at Pilcher reservoir.
 
#26
Truly sorry to hear, Randall. That's a tough one. I can relate, as most others here. It's never easy and it hurts like hell. I just had to put my 10 YO Vizsla, Odie down in March. Best wishes for you and your family.
 
#27
Honestly, I wasn't sure if I was going to post anything about this, but on Tuesday, we had to say goodbye far too soon to our sweet McKenzie, our, Lab/something mix who left us far too soon due to poisoning from eating too much compost and complications that developed as a result. She was an absolute sweetheart of a dog who was developing into quite the (unpredictable) fishing companion....she will be sorely missed...

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I am sorry for your loss. I lost a McKenzie two years ago as well and she will never be forgotten

Get back on the bike and you will not regret it :)
 

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