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We lost our Wyatt on Saturday

Monday, March 17, 2014

Saturday morning, Wyatt was not acting right. He wasn't able to lay down and be comfortable, was drooling, vomiting a little, panting and he just didn't look good. I called the vet and we brought him to be looked at. After an exam and Xrays, a huge tumor was found around his spleen. He was in a lot of pain. He would have been 11 in June. We could have brought him to Cornell which would have been about a 50-minute drive to have it MAYBE removed successfully and only if he didn't also have cancer or if it didn't burst on the way there. We decided not to put him through all that and had to let him go. He was a great dog and we really miss him! R.I.P., Wyatt. emoticon

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PLMITCH 3/18/2014 9:16AM

    I am so sorry for your loss! It hurts me every time I hear a fellow greyhound lover having to go through the sorrow of saying goodbye to one of our gentle souls! I am sure you gave Wyatt the very best years of his life, and we can all be thankful that when he crossed the rainbow bridge all of his friends were waiting for him! I'll tell Glitter and Gator to keep an eye out for Wyatt!


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DDOORN 3/17/2014 10:29PM

    Oh it's SO hard when our pets win our hearts over so and then we have to part our sorry to hear of your loss!


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BILLALEX70 3/17/2014 8:03PM

    So sorry for the loss of your furbaby.

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    Sorry for your loss. You loved him well. emoticon

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GZELLEFRO 3/17/2014 2:54PM

    I'm so sorry. Peace and hugs emoticon

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ARNETTELEE 3/17/2014 2:25PM

  Sorry for your loss

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