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Old 09-03-2015, 11:18 AM
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Eric,

So sorry to hear of this. Some pups do put us through the training process, don't they.

I did find this interesting article, if you have not read this.

http://franklintnvet.com/calcium-oxa...he-recurrence/

Best of luck,
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Old 09-03-2015, 06:33 PM
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Eric,

So sorry to hear of this. Some pups do put us through the training process, don't they.

I did find this interesting article, if you have not read this.

http://franklintnvet.com/calcium-oxa...he-recurrence/

Best of luck,
Barb
Thank you, I tried to join a group that may have some more experience with this but so far they are not quite as friendly. Plus it's not set up as nice as this. This really feels like family here.
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Hi everyone....

An update on my life-

I am currently in Columbia, MO with Squirt on vacation... today we will explore and look for places to walk. Any suggestions let me know!

I miss Sable every day. For anyone reading this, you know the connection we have with our pups and I seriously miss her... every day.
It's not hard to take care of them with diabetes, it's scary (especially at first) but it got to be a part of every day life (that I actually miss, all the time).
Cataracts,for me it was easy.... I had the surgery done and Sable could see again- one of the best decisions I made for her (again, it depends on the situation of course).

Anyway, just want to say hi and say a few things... yes I still shed tears some days but the legacy of Sable continues through my new dog Squirt. It's not the same, but without Squirt i'd really be a mess... #MissYouSable
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It's good to hear from you, Eric.

The bond we develop with our diabetic canines is very deep and very strong, which Sable and you are more evidence of. I still get moist eyes whenever I think of Otis, ... and he left over three years ago.
You cared for your Sable's every need, showing your dedication and love for her for many years, which she knows.
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