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March 31, 2014


Rhea G

I'm so very sorry Wendy and family. It's always so sad to lose a beloved member of the family. RIP Chuck


So sorry.


Oh, Wendy. I am so very sorry.


Brought a lump to my throat and a tears to my eyes. I'm sorry for your loss.


So, so sorry for your loss.


so sad for your family's loss of a loved one
rest in peace, Chuck


Sorry for your loss.


I am so sorry.


So sorry for your loss. Chuck was a big part of your team and he will be missed by all.


I'm so sorry. Chuck looked like a real sweetie.

Donna Lee

I'm so sorry. Chuck has a goofy dog face (the best kind)


So sorry for the loss of your good pal Chuck.


What a sweet face. Very sorry for your loss.


Always tough to lose our furry friends. So sorry.


I'm so sorry. I loved the stories and pics of Chuck. It's always hard to lose a family member.


So sorry to hear this. We lost our best dog ever last week. Fiona, a nine year old yellow lab. I completely understand how you feel. Take care, Byrd


Im so sorry for your loss.


I'm so sorry :-( Such sad news!


So very sorry about the loss of your beloved Chuck. May the wonderful memories of him bring you comfort and peace in the days ahead.

Karen Alfke

A big tail thump from our house to yours. So sorry for your loss, Wendy.


So sorry for your loss! Chuck will always be a part of your family! And he will always be a part of this blog for me. I've been following this blog for years now and photos of and things about your dogs were always my favorite parts. I especially loved the picture with your purse and the ham inside...:-)

Princess Di

Chuck leaves behind happy memories. His furry face will be missed.

Joyce Laurie

I'm so sorry for your loss. Our dogs are such a part of our lives and families.


I am so sorry, Chuck was such a sweet face and a huge character in your stories. He will be missed. I fear that soon my Jenny Basset will be joining him.

Shannon Yeaton

What a sweet face, I am so sorry for your loss. They become such a part of the family, don't they?

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