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Sad News......

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Unfortunately, my walking buddy and I aren't together anymore. I don't know if it was Ruger's type of hair or what, but he flared up my asthma severe. And I couldn't get it under control at all. The vet said it may have been the type of dog because of his wirey hair, as it sometimes causes issues with allergies and asthma. So I found a couple that has been looking for a puppy just like him for a long while. I stood there like a crying baby, while I was giving him to them. It was really hard. He's been gone for a day now and my asthma is already starting to calm down a bit. But that doesn't make me feel any better emotionally. :-((
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  • SHANTODD420
    Di sorry to hear about your walking buddy. Thinking about you and hope you find a walking buddy that does not make your asthama flare up.
    2380 days ago
  • MAXBALLARD
    ((((Hugs)))) I am so sorry! I totally understand that - I'm deathly allergic to cats despite loving them. Maybe you could go visit Ruger & take him for walks.
    2380 days ago
  • POEKSTER
    I'm so sorry Di. I wished it would be different. Hope you'll feel better soon.
    2381 days ago
  • BAMAGIRL58
    I am so sorry to hear that & understand what you are feeling. Similar situation many years ago. Maybe you can find a different puppy that will not affect your allergies....keep an eye out at the pound. I know that right now it is just sad! Love ya, Nancy
    2381 days ago
  • EMC24ME
    Awwwww.... sorry to hear this! I've had to make the same sacrifice- it's difficult. Glad to hear you are feeling better, though. Good luck!
    2381 days ago
  • VERGE_OF_ME
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    Di...I'm so sorry your little fellow didn't work out. I'm thinking of you...hang in there.
    2381 days ago
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