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MishathePooh
3rd April 2009, 02:36 AM
My partner and I adopted 15.5yo Jodie 2 months ago. Her 71yo mom had died suddenly of a stroke and this poor arthritic girl was left on a bare kennel floor w/o medication. We brought her home and provided 24/7 hospice care for her. Despite her difficulties in the last two months, she has taught me about forgiveness, patience and love. She was not a velcro Cavalier, but a strong willed, fiesty and very vocal Samoyed. She was an absolutely stunning dog. Despite having her only 2 months, I can only say that losing her shattered my heart. Although I suffer my loss, I am truly happy that she is once again with her mom. RIP Jodie.

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tupup
3rd April 2009, 10:30 PM
oh im so sorry to hear the loss of Jodie:( she was a beauty. take heart in knowing that you did everything to make her last months the best they could be:flwr::flwr:

frecklesmom
3rd April 2009, 10:43 PM
Jodie had 2 months of loving care and for dogs who take one day at a time it must have been a bit of heaven. :flwr: I'm sorry for your loss.

Karlin
3rd April 2009, 10:53 PM
She is really beautiful. Thanks so much for opening your home and heart to her and giving her such love. I am glad you had such a positive experience despite her challenges, and found that helping such dogs can be among the single most rewarding things people who love dogs ever do -- they do somehow work their way in :) and the older dogs and the ones with some difficulties can be absolutely the best. I know she will keep her special place in your memory. :flwr:

pippa
4th April 2009, 01:54 AM
So sorry to hear of your loss:(

Cathy T
4th April 2009, 04:47 AM
How incredibly kind of you to open your heart to this sweet girl knowing you wouldn't have years and year with her. Jodie was such a beautiful girl and it warms my heart to know she spent the rest of her life in the best possible circumstances.

diddy
5th April 2009, 12:02 AM
Its so sad that you couldn't have more time with Jodie. But for the short time she was with you she had love,compassion,and company. Thats a lovely memory for her to take with her, and for you to hold onto.

Elaine 2
5th April 2009, 10:06 PM
So sorry for your loss of Jodie she must be a huge miss for you all and l know there's no other pain like it , but that was a very kind thing you did for her to take her in like that after the loss of her 1st owner, so be very proud :flwr::flwr: