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Old 11-12-2011, 05:48 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I'm sorry for your loss. Its funny how certain dogs find a way to creep into our hearts and just stay there!
My dog was called Max and he was a black husky. He wasn't the best looking husky around, partly due to way too much inbreeding. He was weak and a little on the skinny side. (We could never get him to pick up weight no matter what food we gave him). But he had the heart of a lion and never gave up. You know how some people talk about a sixth sense? Well, that was My Max! If he didn't like someone, you had to beware. The last person he had a problem with was a woman- which was completely out of character for him as it was men who made him nervous. Two months later she defrauded my husband!
Max was the best dog I have ever had! His time with us was too short because he died os aflatoxin poisoning at the tender age of 4 1/2 earlier this year.
Brutus and Max will always be in our hearts, today, tomorrow and forever!
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