Saying Goodbye

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Toy_Story_PupBuzz
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Re: Saying Goodbye

Post by Toy_Story_PupBuzz » 11 Jun 2019, 07:42

Jean wrote:
30 May 2019, 11:14
Danielle, I am more than sorry

I have just lost Kara, and there are no words,Just love across the miles, I hope that sharing this horrible situation in some ways helps

Please take care, we are here for you to vent and share

Love

Jeanx
Thank you Jean, I'm so sorry to hear about your beautiful Kara :( I know we are going to outlive our furkids but it still doesn't prepare you for when it is actually going to happen. Thinking of you xxx
Danielle and Buzz from Australia.
Buzz was diagnosed with EPI when he was 2.9 years old after dropping 6kgs in what seemed like overnight.
His TLI score came back at 2.1 and his B12 levels were 124.
Current medication 7 creon tablets morning and night, 1/4 tsp Tylan powder morning and night, 1/2 Maxolon morning and night, Vitamin B12 injection once a month. Current weight is 19.9kg

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Toy_Story_PupBuzz
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Re: Saying Goodbye

Post by Toy_Story_PupBuzz » 11 Jun 2019, 07:45

Olesia711 wrote:
30 May 2019, 12:01
Oh Danielle, i am so so SO sorry to be reading this...... my heart is broken for you. It is truly a travesty when a professional harms an animal ... What was done to Buzz is horrific.... and i hope you will report this to prevent such damage being done to others in the future.

Please know that although you can no longer "fix" Buzz, even if you could afford the chemo, but rather you can only make him as comfortable as possible..... i truly believe that they know when we care with all our hearts and do the very best we can by them...i am sure Buzz understands and feels your true and deep love for him. And sometimes... the chemo... although it does help many, some dogs just do not respond well at all to it.... and it is hard on them as they do not understand what is happening with the treatment...........

May you experience many gentle, loving and treasured moments with Buzz for as long as he is still here with you .................

Holding you dear in our hearts and surrounding you with much love,
Olesia and the entire Epi4Dogs Staff
Thank you SO much Olesia. I could not have gotten through these last few months, especially, without the help and support from Madelon, Jill and yourself....it has meant the world. I will definitely be reporting them and making a complaint to the vet clinic, but I'm going to do that after as I don't want to waste any of my time on that while Buzz is still here.

Deep down I know that and I think we're doing the right thing, considering everything Buzz has gone through, I just feel helpless.
Danielle and Buzz from Australia.
Buzz was diagnosed with EPI when he was 2.9 years old after dropping 6kgs in what seemed like overnight.
His TLI score came back at 2.1 and his B12 levels were 124.
Current medication 7 creon tablets morning and night, 1/4 tsp Tylan powder morning and night, 1/2 Maxolon morning and night, Vitamin B12 injection once a month. Current weight is 19.9kg

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Toy_Story_PupBuzz
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Re: Saying Goodbye

Post by Toy_Story_PupBuzz » 11 Jun 2019, 07:48

TerryBin wrote:
05 Jun 2019, 17:56
I am so so sorry to read this. You did everything you could and all you can do is love, love, love your pup! It is very difficult to say goodbye to our fur babies. We lost Taiko in April at age 12 1/2 and even that seemed too short of a time. Taiko had EPI but it was controlled and she died of other issues. I am so sorry you did not have longer with your pup. I know your heart is broken but let all the good times and memories fill those broken spots.
Thank you so much for your kind words :( it just seems so unfair after all our furkids have gone through. I'm sorry to hear about your beautiful Taiko, that's the hardest thing with our beloved furkids, no time will ever be enough :(
Danielle and Buzz from Australia.
Buzz was diagnosed with EPI when he was 2.9 years old after dropping 6kgs in what seemed like overnight.
His TLI score came back at 2.1 and his B12 levels were 124.
Current medication 7 creon tablets morning and night, 1/4 tsp Tylan powder morning and night, 1/2 Maxolon morning and night, Vitamin B12 injection once a month. Current weight is 19.9kg

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Toy_Story_PupBuzz
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Re: Saying Goodbye

Post by Toy_Story_PupBuzz » 11 Jun 2019, 08:11

I just want to say thank you so much for all your kind words, I've been fighting back tears reading them. Whilst this is an incredibly hard time I'm trying my best to try and not get upset and just enjoy the time with both my boys. We have been going on walks (not too long though as Buzz gets tired easily), laying in the sun, spending time at the beach and we even organised a special family photoshoot.
Here's some photos of our beautiful boy enjoying life. Hope you enjoy xxx
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Danielle and Buzz from Australia.
Buzz was diagnosed with EPI when he was 2.9 years old after dropping 6kgs in what seemed like overnight.
His TLI score came back at 2.1 and his B12 levels were 124.
Current medication 7 creon tablets morning and night, 1/4 tsp Tylan powder morning and night, 1/2 Maxolon morning and night, Vitamin B12 injection once a month. Current weight is 19.9kg

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jilbert57
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Re: Saying Goodbye

Post by jilbert57 » 11 Jun 2019, 09:25

What beautiful photos! So glad you will have these as a reminder of the wonderful times with your pups.
Give yourself a hug and a pat for the pups.
❤Buzz
My name is Jill and I live on the Hood Canal in Washington State. I have two dogs: Kiya is an aussie/blue heeler and is 12 yrs young. TJ is a 3 year old Jack Russell. They keep me on my toes.
Mickey and his pancreatitis brought me to Epi4dogs.com site in 2012 to help manage it.

Mickey, Jack Russell. Chronic Pancreatitis. Dianes enzymes, 1/8t 3x/day with meals.
6/1999 - 8/2014

Barb
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Re: Saying Goodbye

Post by Barb » 13 Jun 2019, 14:50

Such beautiful photos. Thank you for sharing them with us. Being with Buzz and treasuring every moment with him is a gift to both of you.

Thinking of you and sending love and hugs.

Barb

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