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chickenstu

RIP James

Had to have our old Pointer put down last night.

He was a good age for a big dog- knocking on 12. He drove me crazy with his dribbling and idiotic behaviour, but like any dog, they sure leave a big hole in your life. Funny how  things come out in these situations- the Mother in Law who lives next door said she will miss him coming to the door for his daily biscuits- not dog biscuits- but posh chocolate biscuits. she nevers offers me any!!!

I was all pragmatic about it until I walked into the surgery- must have been a funny sight seeing a big oaf like myself blubbing like a baby!!

God bless you James We had some great times
Normesby

RIP James, I'm sure he had a good wholesome life with you Stu.


Keep your chins up mate.
Polly

Awww! Sleep tight James!  
chickenstu

Normesby wrote:
RIP James, I'm sure he had a good wholesome life with you Stu.


Keep your chins up mate.


I have had that comment twice tonight from different sources
aseel

rip

he had a good life with you and your family mate
sandrar

Thinking of you. My pointer (GSH) is 12 1/2 and reaching the end.

God bless James.

Happy memories
darkbrowneggs

So so sorry.  Its really sad having to lose a dog, and even worse when its you that has to make that decision, but having met you I just know he had a wonderful life, and the sad thing about dogs is that we have to lose them. Heartfelt (((((hugs)))))  - Sue
sod

so very sorry for you and yours it really hurts as we all know ((((hugs))))) They don't find it funny at all they understand and feel with you.
Mo

Sorry for your loss Stu.
kaz

So sorry to hear about James - it sounds as though you have many happy memories to make you smile
Mad-mel

Sorry for your loss R.I.P James
debbie

So Sorry Stu - Run free at the Bridge James x
One for the Pot

Sorry to read this Stu, there will be lots of things that will remind you of him, and I'm sure he had the best 12 years any dog could wish for.  

Why do people joke about your chins?  
Seabird

So sorry to hear about James. He'll leave pawprints on your heart.
12Bore

Sorry to read this, God bless.
Grandma Bodger

Sorry to hear about James God bless him
Dave C

Dosnt matter how big you are pal, we all cry like babys when we loose our best pals.

Take it easy mate.

ATB
Dave.
chickenstu

ARTIC wrote:
Sorry to read this Stu, there will be lots of things that will remind you of him, and I'm sure he had the best 12 years any dog could wish for.  

Why do people joke about your chins?  


Probably because I have more Chins than the Beijing Phone Directory

Thanks for all your nice comments.  

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