Gone too soon

It’s been an emotional draining week. Three trips to the vet within four days time. And hearing a tragic story from part of our PW family. 

Our young Great Pyrenees, Bailey, Ben’s sidekick and partner was losing weight.

She was always on the lean side, small for her breed, and never a great eater. But when I put my hands on her fluffy body one day and felt a very skeletal frame I called the vet. 

To make a long story short, we found out she had not one, but multiple liver shunts. Not a condition that is conducive to life. 

So today we said good-bye to our sweet, fluffy girl. She was just over a year old. 

RIP Bales❤️

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14 Responses to Gone too soon

  1. Dee says:

    Very sorry to hear this. Bales was a beautiful girl and looked like she enjoyed life on the farm. Hugs to you.

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  2. Eleda/adele says:

    I sent you a private email, Jennifer. With my deepest and heartfelt sympathy, I truly understand the pain you are feeling. 😥

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  3. ESTHER-GINO HERST says:

    Dear Jennifer,

    I am so sorry for your loss. I know how losing a loved one when she’s so young can be devastating. I’ll think of you and your family with love and compassion in the coming days.

    Take care of all your other little four-legged creatures and hug both two- and four-legged friends as often as possible.

    Much love,
    esther

    Sent from Mail for Windows 10

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  4. Paige says:

    I’m sorry Jennifer, I understand your pain. We lost two of ours in the past four years. Saying goodbye is hard. Praying for comfort for you and your family.

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  5. Toni says:

    I’m so very sorry. 😦 We are about to go through the same thing with our boy, KJ. Wishing you a gentle healing process.

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  6. Patti says:

    Our thoughts are with you and your family. They are such a part of the family and it is so hard.
    May her sweet memories help you through this time.

    Peter and Patti Moro

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  7. Oh, that poor thing. I am so sorry for you loss! Animals become a member of the family, without you even realizing it. I’ve lost several dogs when they were too young, its a tragedy.

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