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Post by Jim on Tue Jun 03, 2014 9:33 am

Yesterday June 2nd, 2014, I made the tough decision to have my Desert Dog Balto put to sleep. His hip dysplasia had gotten so bad he was having difficulty going through the pet door. He was no longer able to get into the jeep, even using the ramp. His legs would slide out from under him on our tile floor areas. His sprit and attitude was still upbeat and undiscouraged. This made it very difficult to come to the conclusion that his quality of life was just no longer viable. He was a great companion and will be missed. I believe he is running free and playing with our last two dogs, Brandi and Ivan, and that one day they will greet me on the other side and we will once again explore together. Until that time, run free my friend.

Jim L Phillips
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