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09 September 2005


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Please keep us posted about how the treatment goes. You've got my phone number, too.



I'm so sorry, Christie. I hope this new treatment helps.


Huge hug from this side of the pond. Take care of yourself, too.


Christie, I'm so sorry to hear about Raven's mets. I was sincerely hoping for the both of you that there was the small chance it was caught in time. Osteosarc is a scary, scary disease to deal with and you've done the best for Raven so far, I know you'll continue doing so. Fight the good fight and make memories while you can. HUGS to you and Raven both!!!


Christie, I am so very, very sorry. I hope that this treatment will help... I was involved with a similar clinical drug application for the human market - can chat with you privately about this if you would like. You and Raven remain in my thoughts.


Please hang in there! I have read your blog for months now, but have never felt closer to Raven before. Whatever is the right thing to do I am sure you will do it for Raven. You are way stronger than I am, going through all of this. Give the girl a big squish of a hug from me, and from my dogs, Zero and Piglet.
Best of luck and health


I found your blog via a link on Dogma... I've enjoyed reading it very much, and the Bush=Disaster photo at the top of your blog today is proof that I'll want to come back. I did want to post and say how sorry I am about your dog's illness -- what a sweet-looking dog she is! I guess I'm lucky that any pet deaths I've had to endure have been sudden and unexpected. With one aging dog and two elderly cats, though, I know a serious illness could be just around any corner. Blogs such as yours are a good reminder for me to enjoy every day I have with them.

I wish you and your dog as much wonderful and fun-filled time together as possible.


You don't know me from Adam (or Eve ) but I post on K9Nutrition and I am always pleased to see your posts and learn from your knowledge. Having had dogs for over 30 years and currenly have 3 rescue Dobes, I know the heartbreak of losing wonderful companions. Their lives fill your heart and leave a huge hole when they go. Fight the fight, enjoy all the moments you have left, and keep your memories close to your heart. You and Raven will be in our prayers.


A kiss you and a hug to Raven. Tell her the Wickeds say to breathe deeply and heal.


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