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This is my old dog.

Pops 2012/06/16 03:27:22
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Her name is Spaz
She's 12 years old and blind in one eye, she's not perfect. But neither am I. I will have to move soon and I'm worried about what will happen to her. Should I go somewhere she can't? It doesn't seem right!
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  • Dramha ... katywon 2012/06/16 14:22:18
  • JohnT 2012/06/16 04:38:00
    yes
    JohnT
    +2
    Life is for living, you have to do things that will help you. It is no different than leaving home to go in the service. We leave behind loved ones and when we come back some may not be there. I would take her with me if you can, if not than try and do the best you can for her.
  • demon Destroyer aka Bash 2012/06/16 04:34:30
    no
    demon Destroyer aka Bash
    +2
    As long as she is card for don't feel bad about leaving. I can say don't worry but you are going to do it anyway because you care and that's a good thing.
  • JanHopkins 2012/06/16 04:29:29
    no
    JanHopkins
    +3
    She would be lost without you.
  • Pops JanHopkins 2012/06/16 04:39:48
    Pops
    +3
    And I the same
  • Laura 2012/06/16 04:25:50
    no
    Laura
    +3
    She's your dog and she is old. She needs to spend the end of her years with you and not be shipped off to someone else. I hope you figure out a way to keep her!
  • Kurbdog 2012/06/16 04:10:44
    no
    Kurbdog
    +2
    She most likely sees you as her entire world! She looks like a real sweetie.
  • Pops Kurbdog 2012/06/16 04:12:34
    Pops
    +2
    She's the only one of my friends I can hug!
  • Karen E 2012/06/16 04:04:51
    no
    Karen E
    +2
    i have an old fella, had him since he was 4 weeks old-he was not expected to live then....i could not leave him after all the years, he too is blind in one eye, his hearing is less, but the day that comes i will no longer be greeted with that wagging tail when he is in my lap, and the excited yip when i come in from an errand will be sad indeed. it would be like abandoning him. i owe him a happy passing when he is ready. he has been my friend, protector and confident for many years. i would not go where he was not allowed.......
  • Pops Karen E 2012/06/16 04:08:49
    Pops
    +1
    You're right of course.
  • Karen E Pops 2012/06/16 15:54:24
    Karen E
    +1
    i do hope things can work out. right now i stay put for him, he is happy.
  • Tarheel Karen E 2012/06/17 00:05:14
    Tarheel
    +1
    I had a toy poodle that was over twenty years old. She was let outside (by my ex) and he forgot to let her back in. She was almost blind and some idiot in the neighborhood called animal control (I didn't know that at the time). I felt horrible, called animal control, they said no they didn't have a stray poodle. Finally, I just went there (about 15 miles away) to be on the safe side and found her. They were going to put her to sleep because she was so old. I was so thankful that I found her and was able to bring her home. She passed away a couple months later.
  • ♌βļąƈʞƦơșƐ3033♌ 2012/06/16 03:57:10
  • Pops ♌βļąƈʞƦ... 2012/06/16 04:00:39
    Pops
    +2
    You have no idea how much I need her.
  • ♌βļąƈʞƦ... Pops 2012/06/16 04:05:33
  • DFA 2012/06/16 03:53:36
    no
    DFA
    +2
    Keep the cute doggy.
  • S.E.L. 2012/06/16 03:52:36
    no
    S.E.L.
    +1
    I lost my old dog in 2010 and I regret i never spent more time with her. I was depression for like two days.
  • pdarkow 2012/06/16 03:52:09
    no
    pdarkow
    +2
    After having her for all these years she became part of your family and you can't let her down by moving to place where she can't go
  • Pops pdarkow 2012/06/16 03:52:59
    Pops
    No I rightly can't!
  • Mecynogea 2012/06/16 03:51:35
    no
    Mecynogea
    +2
    She's 12 years old AND blind. She doesn't have many years of life left, do you think she doesn't deserve to live her last years next to her best friend? Please, take her with you, don't abandon that poor animal.
  • Shawna 2012/06/16 03:50:46
    other
    Shawna
    +2
    It would be nice if you could delay your move, until she is no longer with you, but that isn't always practical. I hope you can find a place where you can take her too. It's not always easy with animals. I wish I could help more.
  • Pops Shawna 2012/06/16 03:57:13
    Pops
    +1
    There's no place I would rather be as with her.
  • Shawna Pops 2012/06/16 04:02:04
    Shawna
    +1
    If you are looking for a rental place that can be hard as they don't all allow pets. I hope you can find something. In my apartment building they say no pets but it turns out that if you ask they generally say yes.
  • Commenting_one 2012/06/16 03:50:43
    no
    Commenting_one
    +2
    No, you should take her with you. There is some housing that allows for pets.. look into that. I don't know what your situation is exactly. I could never let go of a pet, myself.
  • fairiefang -annoying fashio... 2012/06/16 03:46:32
    no
    fairiefang -annoying fashion snobs everywhere-
    +1
    When you adopt a pet it's supposed to be for life.
  • Sinister Ken Doll™ 2012/06/16 03:44:58
    other
    Sinister Ken Doll™
    +2
    she is adorable, i'm not really sure how to help though :x
  • ★~DoctorWhoGuru~★ 2012/06/16 03:43:28
    other
    ★~DoctorWhoGuru~★
    +1
    Take your dog with your.
  • Pops ★~Docto... 2012/06/16 03:45:12
  • nverumind 2012/06/16 03:30:59
    no
    nverumind
    +3
    aww, maybe just me but my dogs are like my kids, and if my kids couldnt be where i was going, i wouldnt go.
  • Pops nverumind 2012/06/16 03:33:42
    Pops
    Thanks Anna you are right!
  • HarleyCharley 2012/06/16 03:28:26
    yes
    HarleyCharley
    +3
    poor thing...
  • Pops HarleyC... 2012/06/16 03:33:59
    Pops
    Thanx

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