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Happy 9th Gotcha Day Tinker...and Some Catching Up to Do - 04/28/2013
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Our handsome boy It's hard to believe that it has been over two years since I wrote anything on Tinker's blog. Especially in the last year and a half. There has been much going on - good, bad, and ugly. First and foremost, if you don't already know from following Beagles-on-the-Web, Tinker lost his best pal, his big sister Virginia.  Our hearts have all been broken since we lost her to kidney disease this past September 27.  It had been a rough year in general with taking care of her and trying to give Tinker as much attention as possible. I won't go into more detail here about Virginia's up and down 2012, but you can read more about it on my baseball blog. The " Sky is Crying " is all about our beloved VA. As for Tinker, he turned 13 this past February 12. He is still as funny as ever and has now found his own voice.  For 8-1/2 years, Virginia was the straw that stirred the drink. Whatever she did, wherever she was, that's where Tinker wanted to be. When VA was hospitalized in March, 2012, Tinker was extremely depressed. He would lay in his dog bed and had lost his spunk. But it all returned when VA returned from her 4-day stay at AERA, the specialty animal hospital. Both dogs were treated for Lyme and/or Ehrlichia over the years, but in September, 2011 we also found out they had Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (RMSF), a tick-borne disease that is uncommon in the northeast. The way we found out they were infected was simply terrifying. We were on vacation with f...

Happy 9th Gotcha Day Tinker...and Some Catching Up to Do



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