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Thread: Get Rid of Boi

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    Power Poster Mousie's Avatar
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    Boi looks so much like my mom's, yodi! He passed away last year. She loved him dearly. I once babysat him for a week, while she and bf went to Texas for a family wedding.
    He hurt his eye right before she left, and no one knew. That night, when I went to her house to check on him, he was sad and withdrawn and walking very slow. At first I thought he was depressed, but couldn't get over feeling it was more. Decided, that if he didn't seem different by morning, we would go see the vet. He had a scratched cornea from a squirrel chase, and he would lay just as still as could be on his back, in my lap, and let me doctor his eye, and then we would curl up in chair, and nap.
    I went down there about five times a day, and stayed for hours. We became very close, and he was doing well, when mom got back. I did call her, and told her about all of it. She knew I would take good care of him.
    anywhoo, I can only imagine how you feel. This seems rather sudden. Did your landlord sell out? I hope for your sake, and Boi's, that your sister can take him. These are some precious little dogs. :D

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    I had a client a few years back that was able to have a pet as a medical companion for her depression. It is definitely worth looking into ~ good luck. He is such a cutie.

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    The twins mother(my neice) my sister daughter, is going to get him after i talk to the landlord again and see what he say about the deposit and if i get a written note from the doctor if it still no she will take him. We trying to keep him in the family since he know everyone and not a stranger They knows his habits and you have to talk to him like a person he understand it seems like he was a human in early life LOL he mind me very well, he is very sensative. Thank you everyone for ideas and sugestion on what to do i will let all know monday what happen I think i will go the the source (Wife)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerrie
    The twins mother(my neice) my sister daughter, is going to get him after i talk to the landlord again and see what he say about the deposit and if i get a written note from the doctor if it still no she will take him. We trying to keep him in the family since he know everyone and not a stranger They knows his habits and you have to talk to him like a person he understand it seems like he was a human in early life LOL he mind me very well, he is very sensative. Thank you everyone for ideas and sugestion on what to do i will let all know monday what happen I think i will go the the source (Wife)
    YOU GO GIRL :thumbup:

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    Jerrie, I do hope that you are able to work thngs out with the landlord! Good suggestions here - saw a show on TV once - may have been on Cesar Milano - Dog Whisperer- about a lady and her "depression" helping dog - she could take him any where - grocery store, dining out, etc. Hope you are able to get the medical exemption.

    Don't know what I would do with out my Brewster!

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    Come to think of it...my last doctor's appt., there was a lady there, with her dog on a leash, and receptionist told me, that he was her, medical doggy!
    Yodi was like that for my mom. She is legally blind, and suffers from depression. My brother built a beautiful coffin for him, and lined it with light blue satin. I said I wanted to see him, but when time came, just coudn't do it. He is in their back yard and they planted lilies for him.
    Yorkies and silkies are very 'human', dogs!

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    Boi is a cute little dog.

    Hope everything works out well for you.

    It seems like there are always some people that muck things up for the rest of us.

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