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« on: July 23, 2013, 02:32:20 pm »

Our last Doxie, Nikki, passed recently so I know how you feel. She also would get up at night & roam, but also in the day to pee & poop, sometimes she would actually go outside to do her business. She did have good days though. We also would go check on her and have to actually touch her because her breathing was so shallow - man would she jump and scare us!  hardlaf

Just keep loving Fritz and dealing with his quirks for as long as he's not showing signs of pain. Sometimes it's a real pain that they are messing in the house and getting into places they would normally find their way out of (like a shirt!), not to mention sounding off at inopportune times (really, it's 3 AM!), but they are our pains in the butt. Find the joy in the time you have left with him and I'll say a prayer that he passes the same way our Nikki passed, she went to sleep and didn't wake up ( my only consolation ).

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