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Memories of Jasmine
Dear Sweet Jasmine (Jazzy, Jazzy-Jaz),

I saw a plea for you on petfinder.com in early 2015. It said you were left outside with another blind dog 24/7/365. The blind pup was adopted, and you were left alone. I felt awful. Before I knew it, Matt from Fly Pups had brought to NJ. You had stayed the night at his house because we were at the hospital visiting PopPop because he was sick. I picked you up at the Burger King in Chester and then you were a part of this crazy family.

You loved to wait for the cat bowls to lick the food they left behind. You would bark and bark till I brought them to you. When you were thinner, you loved to sit on the chairs on the deck. You would roll on the dog beds and goof and make noises. You loved going bye-bye's and going to McDee's and DQ. Your last birthday though in March, you weren't that excited.

You were diagnosed with Lymphoma in September 2021, and I put you on natural remedies that seemed to work. We did an ultrasound a year later, and there was no cancer but you liver was really big. I then put you on Milk Thistle. You did great up until around spring of this year. You had good days and bad days. You were diagnosed with Giardia and treated you for that for a while but you had diarrhea all the time and we had tried every kind of medication, and nothing worked. We didn't have the money to do bloodwork or an ultrasound, and that makes me so angry because we really don't know what took you from us. You seemed so uncomfortable towards the end, and it was hard to keep your balance. We knew it was time to let you go. Dr. Michelle said she could come to the house on the weekend, but we didn't want you to suffer any longer. I gave you some sedatives the night before and you didn't even know what was going on. I'm glad though, because you weren't stressed. I made sure I was right there in front of you when you slipped to the Rainbow Bridge. I hope all your furry brothers and sisters greeted you there.

We miss you so much. We will always love you. I hope you had a happy life here. Run free, sweet girl. The pain is gone.


Mommy, Daddy, and all your furry brothers / sisters

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