I can testify to this... 1000000% accurate
My dog is almost 11. Nicest, clumbsiest dog I've ever had, plus she was born deaf, so she never barks. When she dies I'm going to lose it
Good bois for good times
Bottom right is a dobermann, I miss mine so much
@butternut squash, sorry for your loss. I've lost quite a few pets over the years, but when the dog I have now dies, I'm going to lose my shjt
@Not him again, I sense that you are very sentimental about it... is your doggo old?
@seeUpee, she's about 11 or so, my ex got her from the adoption agency I dealt with when I was a manager for petco. The company, along with myself, had them shut down for mistreatment.
So that's the kind of place my dog came from. I'm not sure if you know what a "double merle" aussie is, but she is one of them, and that's why she was born deaf. Because of inbreeding. Google it, most are born with defects, some even without eyes. It's an idiotic way in an attempt to make an all white aussie, very few come out as intended. But she's been such a good dog, and only "listens" to me, so yeah I'm pretty sentimental about her
@Not him again, I remember reading about her and not able to hear. But she sounds so be freaking awesome. You still have a bunch of years ahead. Don’t think about it, don’t let it consume you. Enjoy all the moments and just be happy... that is awesome man! You are her true owner! That is why she listens. Love man! That can’t be bought
@seeUpee, it's hard to think about that considering I lost my mom two months ago. Ever seen someone you care about die in your arms? Well I did
@Not him again, fvvvvck man... that made the hairs on my arm stand up.
Im terribly sorry for your loss bro, especially someone so close as a mother. I hope you are staying strong. Im not going to pretend what is like bc I have no idea. I’m sure is very hard to cope, but if you want to talk about it that it might help you in this process. If there is something that you can’t get pass or bothering you and want to share it, please share with me. Just know you aren’t alone man.
@seeUpee, I hate that she passed, but at the same time I'm glad she isn't in pain anymore. I watched my grandma go though the same thing, but at least my mom was at home. It just happened so fast, after like 3 years after being diagnosed, my dad and I got her in home care, and she passed within 3 days. It was rough, but at least she is at rest now. The worst part was watching the mortician take her out
@Not him again, it is hard. My grandmother passed away three years ago. I was there in the room when she took the last breath. I went out of the room and did not want to go back in. She wasn’t there anymore in my mind. I also remember when they roll her out, you don’t forget that kind of things. Sounds like you and your dad did the best you could and that is important. She is looking down at you now. Make her proud!
I lost my oldest pupper yesterday, 5 months after his sister past. They grew up together. He was 18. I miss you Rusty.
@x2 6x 9 lol, sorry for your loss bro. It's never easy
So are we just gonna ignore that absolutely fvcking abominable pair of feet or
@Swift Justice, thank you for saying it lol absolute nightmare fuel
I..I think that's my cousin in the top right corner. On the left.
Dogs aren’t people
@Landrover, no they’re way better than people
Dog is just God spelled backwards, so you have to wonder if we're really made in his image...
Also, Satan is a cat. I love cats, but Satan is a cat.
@Suicide Squad Sucks, Satan is a good guy, though.
Them feet tho...