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Re: Happy Holidays From [Re: Jim Garvie] #39458
01/14/13 05:40 AM
01/14/13 05:40 AM
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Tucson, Arizona, USA
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Tucson, Arizona, USA
Jim:

Very sorry to learn of your loss. He was a special guy who brought much joy into your lives, as well as countless others. Gone much too soon.

Jim

Re: Happy Holidays From [Re: Tucson Jim] #39460
01/15/13 05:34 PM
01/15/13 05:34 PM
Joined: Mar 2005
Florida
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Florida
Thank you James and Jim. Yes, he was a pretty cool guy and we are going to miss him. It's hard to explain what it's like to lose a dog you've delivered with your own two hands. He took a bit of our hearts with him when he left. But we have the other 4 to get us back to today. They still require our time, our attention and our love. And that's the best way for us to move on. Now to find the next great photo model smile. Tryouts will start next weekend. I'll share the results.

Jim


Jim Garvie
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Re: Happy Holidays From [Re: Jim Garvie] #39481
01/28/13 09:24 PM
01/28/13 09:24 PM
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Belated condolences on the loss of your beloved Sundance Jim. frown

I am working full time at a vet clinic, about 1.5 years now (one of the reasons have been scarce here) and of course the puppies and kittens are so much fun be we see too much sadness also. Makes us appreciate the "good stuff" all the more.

Re: Happy Holidays From [Re: StarrLight] #39482
01/29/13 03:18 PM
01/29/13 03:18 PM
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Florida
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Thank you Diana. Yes, I understand the range of emotions when you work at a vet clinic. We went over yesterday to pick up his ashes and got a chance to pet some puppies while we received the condolences of the staff there. They also sent us a paw imprint which we received yesterday as well. Made me realize just how big SunnyD was -- his paw was as big as my hand. But, of course, it all brought back our sadness that he was no longer with us.

He was a very good dog. And the best canine model I've ever had. The other 4 are doing their best to fill those huge paw prints. And they will. It will just take a little while.

Thanks again for your sympathy. It's very much appreciated.

Jim


Jim Garvie
www.jagphoto.biz
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