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RIP Dasiy Dog

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Clayne_b, Jan 13, 2013.

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  1. Clayne_b

    Clayne_b Member

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    My hunting buddy has moved on to a better place... Makes me sad. She was a good dog and companion. She was laid to rest in the hills that her and I hunted coyotes for. Just how she would have wanted.

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  2. Fremmer

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    Oh man, I'm sorry for your loss. Looks like from the pics that she had a fine life. Good memories, right?!?
     
  3. Bobson

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    Hey man, sorry to hear that. She was a real cutie. Always enjoyed the pics of your hunts with her.
     
  4. Double_J

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    I condolences, I know what it feels like to loose a "pet-child"/best friend. Looks like you had some good times together though, I hope those memories will endure and bring a smile to you for the rest of your life.
     
  5. Clayne_b

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    She got loose today and I did not know it. Went looking for her and found her on the side of the highway. She got hit by a car or something. Was dead when I found her. It was 6 degrees today and when I found her she was still warm. Makes me sad. Only If I had realized she was out a few min before I did she might still be here.
     
  6. blkbrd666

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    I'm sorry to hear that. Beautiful pictures. You just made me hug my dog.
     
  7. JEB

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    thats terrible. very sorry for your loss.
     
  8. col.lemat

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    So sad. May she RIP
     
  9. Arp32

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    That's a good looking dog. Sorry for your loss.
     
  10. Clayne_b

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    Hardest part was telling my kids. They also loved her very much.

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  11. CharlieDeltaJuliet

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    I am sorry to hear this. She was a great looking buddy. I have a terrier mix(45lbs) that is my buddy. Where ever I am, she has to be.. It truly breaks my heart over your loss. I know how quickly they become a member of the family.
     
  12. shiftyer1

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    I had me a daisy dog, she was a golden retreiver........damn good dog!
     
  13. TreeDoc

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    Sorry for your loss, it made me go give 'Jack' a pat on the head. He's my 14 year old black lab.
     
  14. 788Ham

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    Clayne,

    I am so sorry for your families loss, I too know how hearbroken you all are, I'll say a prayer for all of you. May God bless. I've got to go give my 2 a big hug.
     
  15. MaterDei

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    So sad. Sorry for your loss. Don't worry about the kids too much. In my experience they are very resilient. I always had a harder time loosing my dogs than my kids did.
     
  16. BP44

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    Sorry for your loss... Give it some time and get those kids And yourself a new buddy.
     
  17. Patocazador

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    My first dog was a "Daisy" too. Almost every dog I've had that was good was run over by a vehicle even though I live on 60 acres and the house is over 100 yards from the nearest road. Half of the time I was the problem for letting them stay 'on the porch'. Of course they didn't.
    I got an e-collar for the dog I have now and taught her that roads, cars, and snakes were BAD. It has worked so far. She is 7 years old.

    I hate to hear of a fine dog getting killed and know how you feel. When you're ready to replace Daisy, think about aversion training with an e-collar.
     
  18. Blue68f100

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    Sorry for you loss. Pets become family and are very hard to let go. The last one I had died of old age. She was a house dog and stayed inside unless she needed out for her duties. She would not even chase cats or any thing except a ball and her toys. It was very hard to put her down when the time came. Again, sorry for your loss. I hope your children do not have a hard time with it.
     
  19. rcmodel

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    Dang, thats gotta be hard!
    May she RIP!

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  20. Jaxondog

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    I feel for you,as I have lost some of my best freinds too.
     
  21. LNK

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    I am sorry for your loss. Dogs are all the proof I need that there is a god....

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  22. psyopspec

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    I feel for you man, and I'm sorry for the loss of your family's companion.
     
  23. Clayne_b

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    Thank you all
     
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    Sorry for your loss.

    We have had a couple of Golden's over the years which have been put to rest on our property in the country where they loved to run and chase the critters.

    I know your feelings on your dog as that was exactly how we lost our first, he got out somehow and got hit just down the road from our house. We received a call from the vet that someone had brought him in, and were there when he was put down.

    There is somewhere another one out there with a heart just as big, and a wanting to serve and be loved just as much, and is waiting for you to come into their life.

    The one we have now was simply one that was picked up by an officer at the PD where my wife works and hauled into the station. He was a foolish little thing with a head almost too big to walk with. He has grown not only into a great dog but also into a great companion and dedicated friend to us and our family.

    He will never take the place of our previous friends, nor will any new one you take a liking to replace your loving friend. But they will do their best to relieve any pain and give you as much happiness as possible.

    God Bless,
     
  25. Jack R

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    Daisey

    Really sorry to hear about your Daisey...have followed your posts, and thought she was a good looking dog.My 10 yr old Westie is my best buddy...some one else said give it some time and get another dog...we should have done that..went 12 yrs with no dog before we got Lily
     
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