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    Default RE: TRF . . . sorry to hear about your dog

    Steve . . . how's the family coping with the loss of your dog? Also, were you able to bury her even though the ground is still hard?
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake
    Steve . . . how's the family coping with the loss of your dog? Also, were you able to bury her even though the ground is still hard?
    What is this about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by attroll
    What is this about?
    When I ran into Steve on Saturday he was telling me how their long-time family dog had died the night before in a rather unexpected fashion . . . seemed like he was pretty close to the ol' girl so I was just checking in to see how he made out since he wasn't sure if the ground would be soft enough to bury her.
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    Yeah, that's rough losing a dog you've had for so long. I had a few dogs that I was pretty close to that aren't around anymore.
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    Default Sorry to hear

    I can imagine how tough it is to lose a family pet. I know I'll be heartbroken when I lose Jock. Unfortunately dogs just don't live long enough for my taste.
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    Thank you for asking FFJ and to you others for your kind words. Families fine, the 5 year old is still a little confused but has finally come up with something she can accept. Yes, managed to dig a suitable grave with pick axe and shovel, frost was only several inches think. We will miss the "Maggie" the dog but she will always have a special place in our hearts.

    Thanks Again

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