We said goodbye to Mr. Max a few months ago. I haven’t been around here much, so didn’t make a post about it. He was the sweetest little dog I’ve ever had, and his little bed is still in the floor next to my desk. Max was just a few weeks shy of his 17th birthday, and although his decline was steady, he was still…
I am flummoxed at what a pretty boy Mr. Toomey was. I'm sorry you both had to go through everything you went through there at the end, but I'm glad he had such a loving home in his final year.
I’m so sorry, Gina. You’re right, it never gets any easier. We lost our little Max recently, and even though I knew it was coming, it didn’t hurt any less. I’m sorry you lost Sadie at a relatively young age, but I’m glad to hear you were able to catch her illness before she suffered any. Hugs to you and yours—be… Read more
I haven’t been around GT much, so I don’t know when the option to star a post disappeared, but I wish I could star this a million times. Kids have meltdowns. Toddlers DON’T have empathy. People are allowed to exist in public with their kids. When you see a kid throwing tantrum in the doorway of Target, you don’t know… Read more
Most toddlers don’t have much empathy, and I agree this is *mostly*normal behavior. Also agree with this who've pointed out this sort if behavior is extremely common with neuro-atypical toddlers.
You are not terrible, and if you’re vet makes you feel that you are, I might suggest finding a new vet. Throwing a ton of money at an illness or an injury in a senior pet to extend their life at the detriment of their happiness is not a kindness. I DO however agree with Fluter’s comment above—if you explain your top… Read more
Elote and bbq chicken, and now I’m eating a snickers ice cream cone.
I mean, that’s just being thoughtful!
lol, this is why you’re my favorite
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