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My condolences to a fellow furball feeding family.
sorry to hear of your loss.
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Sorry about your loss.
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As a man very fond of his three dogs, you have my dearest condolences, mate.
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Regards, Brian. (Saw your blog post and sent you an email)
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Re: Passing of a Boat Dog.

I got choked up when I read the blog post this morning. Sorry for the loss of your pooch.
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Re: Passing of a Boat Dog.

BL, sorry man. Dogs really are members of the family and their passing is always hard.
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