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Thread: Man helps dog --- a tear-jerker for sure

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    Man helps dog --- a tear-jerker for sure

    I saw this on "Good Morning America" this AM & I swear... if this doesn;t make you well up, nothing will!

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nati...icle-1.1133642
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    Awwwww so special.

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    so sad Barb
    be happy

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    How sad ,but beautiful also. joyce j

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    tears in my eyes

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    oh such a beautiful picture

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    Awwwww! What a beautiful story! Yeah, reaching for the Puffs.
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    Shouldn't the caption read: "Dog Helps Man?"

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    I saw it on TV...even our local newscaster welled up...such a loving relationship.
    Tink's Mom (My name is really Susie)

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    Such a touching photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sew4nin View Post
    Shouldn't the caption read: "Dog Helps Man?"
    I thought that same thing... a love that goes both ways... Even my DH teared up!
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    Quick, get the box of Kleenex cause tears are flowing. What a beautiful and loving thing to do for his dog. It must have felt like being in Heaven to the dog to lie in his owners arms and just float. Ok, tears are starting again :-(

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    sweet story-have to love our babies-the dog looks so relaxed and comfortable in his persons arms.

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    this is the video. It will bring tears to your eyes.
    http://fox8.com/2012/08/11/video-man...-dog-to-sleep/

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    i think that is so touching the dog looks safe and comfy in his owners arms. i just cant imagine what this guy is gunna do when his loving friend is gone to rainbow bridge. i feel for him as i lost 2 of my babies. and i still think of them often.oh my im tearing up here.

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    What a touching story. This man shows much love and gratitude to try and make his little friend comfortable in his last days. I fear his grief will be profound when the end comes. I feel that with a heart as big as his, after a time, he will honor his friend by again giving his love and home to another dog in need.
    When a dying man asked his pastor "How long does it take to die?" his pastor's heartfelt reply was "A lifetime." Live life to the fullest, but stop now and then to enjoy the sunset.
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