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minkynuts
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Jul 28, 2010 04:15 |  #1

Who like me bawled more when their dog died than when their father died

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Jul 28, 2010 08:07 |  #2

Fortunately, my father is still around, but I was a wreck for over a week when I lost my fat little buddy to cancer two years ago. I had to make that trip from hell to the vet:

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Jul 28, 2010 10:20 |  #3

Well it all depends on the situation, if my father dies unexpectedly theres no way I would be less upset over that than my dog dying, however if my dad lives to be 80+ and my dog dies of cancer (again :() than I would be more sad about my dog because I know my father had a good long life.


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Jul 28, 2010 16:53 |  #4
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minkynuts wrote in post #10616875 (external link)
Who like me bawled more when their dog died than when their father died

Rob

I did,I cried more when I lost my lab,than when my mom or dad passed away for sure,




  
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Jul 28, 2010 17:00 |  #5

minkynuts wrote in post #10616875 (external link)
Who like me bawled more when their dog died than when their father died

Rob

Me. (not father but mother).


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