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  • drunkenninja
    +6

    The very idea is unthinkable. Clark has been our family protector, making political canvassers and religious zealots think twice about knocking on our door. He was the dog of our sons’ childhood, the pillow they sprawled on during Saturday-morning cartoons, the security blanket they returned to after an impossible test or a classroom bully or, later, a broken heart.

    This got me in the feels. I lost my childhood dog back in 2012 and still can't get over him. He was 15, and died of cancer.

    • Gozzin
      +6

      Tigger was our gsd,he died at nine due to hip dysplasia destroying his quality of life..And yeah,he had that sloping back. Wonderful dog. Why do breeders think that's a good idea?

      • Appaloosa
        +4

        Because people buy them...and be happy for the time you had together.