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    Wow. How can you not have tears in your eyes and a lump in your throat after reading that? I'm so sorry to hear about Molly's passing but so very happy she knew love, probably for the first time in her life, before she passed. God bless ya'll for helping her so much! I'm so sorry for your loss, it really does break my heart.
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    Sweet Molly.. Rest n peace beautiful girl.

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    May she rest in peace now.

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    I would like to thank both you and Kim for the generosity and compassion that you shared with my family when we first brought Molly home. You shared ideas and advice that is and was invaluable. When we brought Molly home she had several small health issues, skin rash, ear infection and a blocked tear duct. With medication these were quick and easy to clear up. Her TOENAILS on the other paw were a different story. Two toenails were so long that they were pushing into the pads on her feet, the rest weren't that much better. In order to get her nails short enough to trim, I bought the smallest hobby file that I could find. Molly patiently sat on the floor with me for over 2 1/2 hours while I filed these nails away from the pads of her feet. Once I could fit the dremel under her nails we would sit together for a couple of minutes each day for her manicure. Then came the nose. The cracks in her nose were so deep that there scabs around her nostrils. She was not fond of the nose butter but lucky for me Molly was extremely food driven. Need a distraction? Crinkle a bag of treats . Molly may have been small in size but her heart was bulldog sized. We had a 15 y/o sheppard cross that had just had a stroke the day before Molly came home to us. Our younger sheppard (10 yrs) would not go anywhere near her. Molly wandered over to her and cuddled right up to her and stayed next to her until she recovered. With Molly's passing we have noticed a very large, bulldog shaped hole in our lives. I miss my Molly-Gator

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    RIP Sweet Fur Baby....at least she knew love in the last days of her life better late than never. She has love from others on the Rainbow Bridge and being led to a beautiful place.

    R.I.P. Duece Man 9-13-14 Gone but not forgotten, always in our hearts! Till we meet again over the Bridge, Mommy misses you.

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    Bless her Heart!!
    Its so hard being the queen!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mollysmom View Post
    I would like to thank both you and Kim for the generosity and compassion that you shared with my family when we first brought Molly home. You shared ideas and advice that is and was invaluable. When we brought Molly home she had several small health issues, skin rash, ear infection and a blocked tear duct. With medication these were quick and easy to clear up. Her TOENAILS on the other paw were a different story. Two toenails were so long that they were pushing into the pads on her feet, the rest weren't that much better. In order to get her nails short enough to trim, I bought the smallest hobby file that I could find. Molly patiently sat on the floor with me for over 2 1/2 hours while I filed these nails away from the pads of her feet. Once I could fit the dremel under her nails we would sit together for a couple of minutes each day for her manicure. Then came the nose. The cracks in her nose were so deep that there scabs around her nostrils. She was not fond of the nose butter but lucky for me Molly was extremely food driven. Need a distraction? Crinkle a bag of treats . Molly may have been small in size but her heart was bulldog sized. We had a 15 y/o sheppard cross that had just had a stroke the day before Molly came home to us. Our younger sheppard (10 yrs) would not go anywhere near her. Molly wandered over to her and cuddled right up to her and stayed next to her until she recovered. With Molly's passing we have noticed a very large, bulldog shaped hole in our lives. I miss my Molly-Gator

    Hi I am honored to hear how you and your family and others saved Molly. This is how old bully's should cross the bridge, with love in their hearts given by someone like you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mollysmom View Post
    I would like to thank both you and Kim for the generosity and compassion that you shared with my family when we first brought Molly home. You shared ideas and advice that is and was invaluable. When we brought Molly home she had several small health issues, skin rash, ear infection and a blocked tear duct. With medication these were quick and easy to clear up. Her TOENAILS on the other paw were a different story. Two toenails were so long that they were pushing into the pads on her feet, the rest weren't that much better. In order to get her nails short enough to trim, I bought the smallest hobby file that I could find. Molly patiently sat on the floor with me for over 2 1/2 hours while I filed these nails away from the pads of her feet. Once I could fit the dremel under her nails we would sit together for a couple of minutes each day for her manicure. Then came the nose. The cracks in her nose were so deep that there scabs around her nostrils. She was not fond of the nose butter but lucky for me Molly was extremely food driven. Need a distraction? Crinkle a bag of treats . Molly may have been small in size but her heart was bulldog sized. We had a 15 y/o sheppard cross that had just had a stroke the day before Molly came home to us. Our younger sheppard (10 yrs) would not go anywhere near her. Molly wandered over to her and cuddled right up to her and stayed next to her until she recovered. With Molly's passing we have noticed a very large, bulldog shaped hole in our lives. I miss my Molly-Gator

    So sorry for the hole in your heart.... but keep talking about those memories! It is what helps me with missing my boy!
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    Molly is happy in heaven with all her friends that have passed. I sit here with tears in my eyes for two reasons. One that this sweet baby had such a rough life, and two that she also knew what it was to feel love before she passed to the angels in heaven thanks to some angels here on earth.Your family was exactly what this baby needed before she went on to her next journey.

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