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14 Feb 2012
Lost Chico a week ago and the familiar grief with the loss of one's dog comes around but seems more difficult with him. Pomeranian's were never my style too yippy but cute I admit. Chico came from a pound after a lady had to give him and his sister up for some unknown reason.

He was sought out after my mother who had dementia and ovarian cancer, lost her dog Little Foot suddenly. Her home was way too quite and we found Chico. Chico protected my mom in his mind and bark on her in home hospital bed till the end. She kept him covered up and he tolerated that as he did not care for being covered. When she passed two years ago by spouse was not hip on him joining us and I was seeking some older lady to take him but my spouse surprised me and brough him in our home one night for me too keep. She might have liked him but really never admitted it too much due to my devotion to him.

Chico was mostly a one at a time person type of dog. He would have attatched to any of you once I was gone. We were informed he had a heart murmur and it did get worse over time. The last Xray his heart seemed to double in size compared to last xray. The usual meds helped but Vet Med In... helped the most give him breaks from his cough. FYI it all started out seeming like a hairball ocasionally a year or so (the decline).

Now, reality.... a wonderful soul is gone, who eyes could charm anyone with a heart .. he had no idea I think that he was a small dog. I miss him beyound these words and I have empathy for all of you and your pets. I came here for relief and to read the words of wisdom. I still find myself sitting crooked in my chair as he spent his time on one side, he had me trained quite well.

All the best to all of you....when I was in the Carribean..... a phrase they said stuck with me and it was when one was leaving they would say "Even best friends must part." How true. Curt
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