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She was the scruffiest belligerent mess when we first adopted her.

She was the scruffiest belligerent mess when we first adopted her. She
tried to run away, but i did the mile in one minute and grabbed her. She
finally calmed down, but let us know that she ruled. No ifs or buts.
next came the surprising fact,,to her..that we accepted, laughed..with
her..and loved her.
A tad fussy at first with her food, but no surprie there. After all,
she'd run pretty much loose, as do all run aways. Next came the shots,
grumbling and stuck out tongue. Then the big shocker. Diabetes. More
shots, doctors,diets, and lots of exercise. O.K. sorry there, mate,
can't be helped.
Mummy's girl, hated to not see me , complained when I had to leave or
go on errands. Hey, no work, no food, kid. Diabetes led to glaucoma. ut
bravery wins out .She still has a ferocious appetite, roast beef,
vegies and cookies. But in spite of all the love and care, nothing
really helped the lat few weeks.
Tearfully and heavy hearted, we gently placed Lizzie on my lap, and
drove her to her final port of call.
Lizzie, the courageous half Ausralian Shephard, Schnauzer, went to her
final rest on Thursday.
How we miss her....................

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