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Old 04-10-2008, 09:25 PM   #141
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Fifteen and a half years ago the Tibetan Terrier breeder described her perfectly, "a sweet little girl." She got along with all of us, people, dogs, cats, sheep, and ducks.

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Hi Bob & Dianne,

I'm sorry to hear about Dahli. I've been thinking about her ever since that wonderful weekend in Maine last year.

Yes folks, it's true. Dahli was a wonderful part of of our camping experience. "A sweet little girl."
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Old 04-10-2008, 09:33 PM   #142
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Today we sadly said good-bye to our last TT, Dahli. Fifteen and a half years ago the Tibetan Terrier breeder described her perfectly, "a sweet little girl." She got along with all of us, people, dogs, cats, sheep, and ducks. She might have been scolded three or four times in her life, but half of the times were probably because I was having a bad day. She struggled with renal failure since her brother Hoi died last June. It is so quiet here, we miss them so.

I'm attaching a small photo of Hoi (black) and Dahli with me on a trip in 2004. The handsome cat is Cooper, we lost him in March, 2007. We had a perfect family.

Bob and I began our trailering life in 2002, and have never camped without the TTs. Even though they are gone, I think we will remain BDandTTs.

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So sorry to hear of your loss - boy that's tough. I lost three cats a few years ago within a few months of each other due to old age and illness. I'd had the pleasure of knowing two of them for 18 years.

Though it must be difficult now, you had many years with yours. Pets enrich our lives in unimaginable ways - as I'm sure yours did for you.

Take care.
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Old 04-10-2008, 10:15 PM   #143
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Today we sadly said good-bye to our last TT, Dahli. Fifteen and a half years ago the Tibetan Terrier breeder described her perfectly, "a sweet little girl." She got along with all of us, people, dogs, cats, sheep, and ducks. She might have been scolded three or four times in her life, but half of the times were probably because I was having a bad day. She struggled with renal failure since her brother Hoi died last June. It is so quiet here, we miss them so.

I'm attaching a small photo of Hoi (black) and Dahli with me on a trip in 2004. The handsome cat is Cooper, we lost him in March, 2007. We had a perfect family.

Bob and I began our trailering life in 2002, and have never camped without the TTs. Even though they are gone, I think we will remain BDandTTs.

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Hi Bob and Dianne,

My heart goes out to you both. In these hard times try to remember the wonderful years you spent together with your pets as I'm sure you provided them with care, love and joy and they returned it to you two fold.
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Thanks for the condolences. I know that we will recover and that we'll again find a 4-legged companion to share our lives, but ...

Stephanie, that Tibetan was not characteristic of the breed. They are not related to true terriers, and were bred as companions to monks instead of for hunting and chasing. But then again, there will always be exceptions to the standards.
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Bob & Dianne,
I'm so sorry for your loss. 15 years is a good amount of time, yet hardly seems enough. Their time with us is too short. In time, perhaps you'll be able to open your heart and home to another pup.
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Old 04-11-2008, 02:34 PM   #146
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Hi Bob and Dianne,

Our deepest condolences. You are wonderful stewards of those great animals lives. Well done.

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Old 07-16-2008, 07:46 AM   #148
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Here's what I did for my pet. Paden and Imma kept slipping off the table in our "new" 76 Sovereign. They had loved the Argosy because of the wrap around windows in the front. They could sit and look out at the deer, rabbits and other creatures down at the lake. The Sovereign just wasn't the same. I put liner for tool boxes on the table and windowsill with two way tape. Now the kids are happy campers again.
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Pups on the table! They're not a bit spoiled, are they?
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Old 07-16-2008, 09:23 AM   #150
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They sure are handy when you need a nap but need to make miles.
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Old 07-16-2008, 09:39 AM   #151
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They sure are handy when you need a nap but need to make miles.

Aren't you afraid that your pup will use the motorhome to start hearding cars on the freeway?
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Hey, I make them get off when we eat! That proves they're not spoiled doesn't it? Of course Paden sleeps with his dad and Imma sleeps with me, but that's only right. If we change these twins for a queen, then the whole family can sleep together.
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Ha ha, we've been known to have a dog on our table occasionally as well. It's the best seat in the trailer for looking out the front window
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My Labs would break the table if they tried that!
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