Life in the mountains of Southern Colorado
Never has a person who loves his dog been accused of making the decision too soon, rather we hold on as long as we possibly can until the choice is no longer a choice.
I am so sorry.......God gives strength to those that lose loved ones.....Praise the Lord.
So sorry to hear that.She was a good dog.Over the rainbow now
My heart grieves with yours. May God comfort you with His peace, love and grace.Rest In Peace, Gypsy
My deepest condolences to you Bruce and Carol on the loss of your beloved Gypsy. I know she must have had the very best of life with the two of you loving her. How lucky for you.....how lucky for her! Our dogs pass through our lives all too quickly. They leave us longing for more! It's the price we pay for loving so much! God bless and when you finally meet again, Gypsy will be waiting for you at the Pearly White Gates and will ask, "What took you so long?" Love to you both my friends!
Oh I am so very sorry. What a beautiful dog. I feel your pain. My sympathies.
Thank you everyone. DogMom, I have thought of you having lost two beloved pets in one week. Gypsy did have a wonderful life. Barbara, that is so funny. Our boy Ben died 5 years ago and on the way home I said that that is exactly what Ben would have said to Gypsy yesterday...WHAT TOOK YOU SO LONG! We miss her but know for sure that it was time.
My Macy looks just like her. It is amazing how much love and companionship dogs give us. They are a true gift to us. Such a Beautiful Girl. What a great life you gave her! Gypsy was lucky to have you
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