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May 06, 2010



My heart is so sad for you Sam. Jubilee was so blessed to have such a wonderful family! And yes, she's in heaven enjoying lots of doggie treats!

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I don't even know what to say. Just know that my heart goes out to all of you. She was lucky to have you and you were lucky to have her. That never ends. (((HUGS)))


A very sweet goodbye to your friend.


What a tender tribute to your beloved Jubilee. I'm sure Jubilee is celebrating all your love for her in doggie heaven. ((((Hugs))))


(((Hugs))) She is in peace and will live forever in your heart.


She will always be in your heart and it will always remember the love she she brought to your family. Many hugs to you and your family.


You did the right thing. What lovely pictures to remember her by! It looks like she definitely knew she was loved.


Kleenex nearby. The pictures tell a loving story. And I picture my Maddy and Striper and Debbi's Jake playing with their new friend Jubilee!


I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm sure she's in a better place, playing with lots of new friends.


We knew you would know the right time. Sorry for your loss - but glad you can be at peace knowing you made the right decision. What a great vet...
Thanks for posting all the lovely pics - what a GOOD doggie life :)


Aw I'm glad she's no longer in pain. My heart goes out to you and your family. Any family member of any species is still a family member and are dear. Big hugs lady!!


I'm so sorry. I am finding it hard even knowing what it is like to have to make that decision. I hope you can continue to find a measure of peace knowing you gave her a blissful life and she is no longer in pain.


I'm so very sorry for your loss. Allowing a pet to leave our lives is never easy and I'm glad you were blessed with a compassionate and understanding vet that helped. I'm sending special thoughts your way.


Hugs to you and your family. We had to make this same difficult decision a few years ago and it is indeed gut wrenching. My daughter and I still can't talk about it without tears. Thanks for sharing the beautiful photos.


I was just catching up on your blog and read about Jubilee. I'm so sorry for your loss. She will always have a special place in your hearts. Hugs.


It looks like Juba had a wonderful life, but we can never get enough of our beloved dogs, right? I lost my Imogen in Feb. from cancer when she was only 6 years old. She too died peacefully at home lying on my lap and gazing into my eyes. I hope you give yourself all the time you need to cry and grieve, and remembering all the happy times with your pictures is lovely too. I love that she gave you that thunderstorm! You might enjoy a book called 'Straight from the Horse's Mouth' by Amelia Kinkade who is an animal communicator.


Sam, you put me to tears. It is just the hardest thing we have to do for our dear pets. Juba, God speed! And hugs to all of you at home.

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