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For remembering our beloved friends who await us at the Rainbow Bridge
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stitch2012
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lady stitch

Post by stitch2012 » 15 Aug 2014, 08:51

It is with much regret to announce that stitch was put to sleep yesterday morning. She was suffering from either bowel cancer or a ruptured tumour and was very poorly. She was just 2.5 years old.
The vet gave us 2 weeks of antibiotics a few weeks back (we didnt know what it was at this point) and it gave us the best 2 weeks with her we have had in ages, as she had been poorly for a while.
Stitch was the bestest friend we have ever had, and we have so many cheeky memories of her...how many dogs can say that she slept practically in the bed with her hoomans whilst she thought they might not notice!

rip lady stitch, our baby doodle xx
Sarah & Paul
Stitch's Mum & Dad :-)

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Re: lady stitch

Post by Jolono » 15 Aug 2014, 09:01

How we all hate posts like this that remind us our Doods are only loaned to us for a short sweet time. Enjoy your memories and be happy that you were able to give her such a good life with you. Thinking of you at this time x
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Re: lady stitch

Post by Harvey Doodle » 15 Aug 2014, 09:01

So sorry to hear your news; Two and a half is just so young.

Run free at Rainbow Bridge Stitch
Ken, Marion & Harvey
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Re: lady stitch

Post by Masil » 15 Aug 2014, 09:36

I am so very sorry to hear about Stitch. Thinking of you xx
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Re: lady stitch

Post by scooby Dood » 15 Aug 2014, 09:48

The 3 of us are so sorry to hear of your very sad news. We are thinking of you.
Scooby Dood, Andrea & Kerry

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Post by MandyG » 15 Aug 2014, 10:11

It breaks my heart every time I read about a family losing their best friend, and it makes me realise how little time we have with our beloved doods.

You had Stitch for such a short time - 2 1/2 is no age and way too young to lose her. But you gave her a lovely life and she will stay in your hearts forever. She's no longer in pain or suffering so you did the right thing, it's just hard to come to terms with it.

Phoebe and I send warm licks and hugs.
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Love and licks, Phoebe and Mandy

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Post by donkeydoodlelulu » 15 Aug 2014, 10:16

Sending hugs at a difficult time x
Alison, Lulu and Woody x
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Re: lady stitch

Post by swardie » 15 Aug 2014, 11:00

So very sorry to hear your sad news. Such a young girl too. She had a lot of love in that short time, and she will always be in your heart. X

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Post by Glenda » 15 Aug 2014, 13:59

I am so very sorry to read about your beloved Stitch :( :(

Run free lovely girl and sending you massive hugs... take care xx
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Post by Ianto! » 15 Aug 2014, 15:26

Sarah and Paul,

There really are no words that will do at a time like this. I'm so sorry, know that we are all thinking of you -

Anne & Ianto x

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Re: lady stitch

Post by Sharan » 15 Aug 2014, 16:10

So so sorry to hear the news of your beloved doodle.
Sometimes there is no consolation when we lose our beautiful furry friends :(
Know that you are in our thoughts
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Post by stitch2012 » 16 Aug 2014, 08:33

Thankyou all for your lovely messages. Stitch was well loved and the house is just so quiet without her.
hug all your doos, thry are just so special no matter how long you have them.
xx
Sarah & Paul
Stitch's Mum & Dad :-)

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