In Memory of Woodrow, my friend

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In Memory of Woodrow, my friend

Post by koimaster » June 1st 2019, 2:04pm

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You were a pain in the ass and a gentle & loving giant. You were my friend and you are thought of often and fondly.
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1946-2006

“Your heart was warm and happy

With the lilt of Irish laughter

Every day and in every way

Now forever and ever after."
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Re: In Memory of Woodrow, my friend

Post by biglove » June 1st 2019, 6:07pm

Such a big sweet baby.
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Re: In Memory of Woodrow, my friend

Post by koimaster » June 2nd 2022, 11:47pm

Two brave soldiers, two members of the U.S. Air Force, and two souls bonded for life. Those words describe Kyle Smith and his military dog, Bozda, who willingly put their lives on the line overseas protecting our country.

But when fate caught up to Bozda, Smith had to make the ultimate sacrifice for his best friend.Bozda, a German Shepherd, began working for the Air Force in 2006 as an explosion detection dog. He helped save many lives in Iraq, Kuwait, and Kyrgyzstan by finding bombs before they exploded.

https://tipsto.live/2021/05/08/dog-was- ... 734&u=done



Woodrow was my best friend for 14 years, only second to Carol. This airman made the same choice many of us have had to make, the choice of what is best for your friend.


I miss you Woodrow.
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“Your heart was warm and happy

With the lilt of Irish laughter

Every day and in every way

Now forever and ever after."
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Post by svaglic » June 3rd 2022, 6:08am

I still haven’t gotten any better about Homies passing. I miss him constantly and can not see myself ever getting another dog.
He was my first dog and I knew it was a huge responsibility, I think I gave him a good life with lots of fun and love. His seizures tore me up, they were violent and would continue forever unless he was given a shot. It still makes me sick when I remember him having one.
I had taken the responsibility though and that included playing god with his life if it came down to it. I wanted him to go peacefully in his sleep at home, but I had to take him in. I don’t think he was in pain, but he wasn’t enjoying life either. It was time. Although I wanted more time, he couldn’t. I was with him the whole way, he was ready. My heart has not been the same since.
In memory of TB/Phfluff, since he isn’t here to continue to give his praise, I will share it for him.
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Re: In Memory of Woodrow, my friend

Post by Hawkeye » June 3rd 2022, 10:38am

I believe my pets will reunite with me after I pass away so Woodrow might be gone for now, he’ll be there awaiting you with your wife when the time comes.
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