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Why must our best friends grow old? (Pic heavy)

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« on: April 01, 2012, 10:26:44 am »

Thanks everyone!! *hugs*

Hopefully the Prednisone will help, and with some extra exercise, he'll start to improve. Going to go walk him around the block shortly I think, actually.

We're all going to be extremely heart broken when he passes, whether it's from us or natural causes. Dad was hinting, without actually saying it, that he wants another puppy soon. He's going to be hit the hardest when Rusty goes...those two are attached at the hip. Since Dad is home all the time due to his disability, Rusty is his guardian angel, literally. When Dad starts falling asleep due to his medication and isn't in a safe spot (usually standing or something...lol) Rusty will wine and whimper and nudge him until he moves to a spot on the couch.

Rusty is my boy....I really hope we can find something that will help him. I love this dog so much...
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