Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Glos Blue, 18 Aug 2019.
Well my family have told me that my Christmas present is we get to pick up a rescue dog in the new year.
Today we went to cardiff dogs home and I want them all.
nice one feedy
My dog's 13 today!. I've bought him a brisket.
Six months ago he was diagnosed with cancer. He's still going strong though!
The smelly, needy, greedy, farting, snoring, snorting little twat.
Still love him though.
happy birthday to your dog, love it mal
Ha brilliant! That’s one happy dog.
Ate a few crumbs of cake last nite
Had to go with my mother in law on friday to take her dog to vets cos she had a fit.
16 years old, we decided then to put her down.
One of the hardest things I've done, held her little paw and rubbed her belly till she went.
Vets were brilliant.
It’s one of the hardest decisions to make. Absolutely heartbreaking.
When I had my first put to sleep it was awful. Vets were brilliant. I held her as well and they just go like that. In your arms. I walk my dogs past a vets regularly and you see people coming in out in floods of tears sometimes. Ah bloody hell I think. I know how they feel. I have another 3 lots of this ahead of me as well. I doubt it will get any easier. Enjoy them whilst you have them. Thats why I take mine almost everywhere.
This is my ole dog "ROCKY"
We rescued him as a puppy cos he was being
He reached the grand ole age of 18
Broke our hearts when he had to be put down 2 years ago
Still got his remains in an urn though
Love it. Notice you have tatooed your name on your arm as well in case you forget it like. Or is that your misses arm.
Same here Joe they took Rocky out the room to sedate him I think
they put the catheter in so they could inject him
And he went in my arms
Mrs n I were in bits
The vets were brilliant with us too n gave us all the we needed