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  1. gary whitney says:

    Sorry to hear that bob, lexy is in good hands now and im sure balcom is keeping her company god bless your family in this mourning time.

  2. Gary Baugh says:

    My heart goes out to you and Debbie and Sammy for the loss of Lexypoo. There are no words that can make it easier for you. Your only solace is in the memories that you made together. R.I.P. Lexypoo

  3. Jim Ramsay says:

    Bob and family
    Sorry to here about the dog. Been there many times and it does hurt. What I fouind the last time I went through the loss of a companion was that replacing the pup with a new one within a very short time was very theraputic. Other times we waited for a couple of years rather than the two or three months this last time.
    Having s dog for 10+ years only means that they become part of your life and they are sorely missed when they go.
    I think that we found its a compliment to the deceased dog that they left you with the feeling that you cannot be without.
    Again, so very sorry that you lost your friend.

    All the best


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