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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyB View Post
    Hey Robert - so sad to see your buddy altered, but understand it was life-saving. My thoughts are with you...Max too!

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    Thanks Jonny. Maybe the three legged wonder mutt can make it out to SD this year, even if he can only handle a few short walks.
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    JP is home, what a relief. He's moving around very well, is in good spirits, and seems comfortable. Dogs are so resilient it's amazing.

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    good to hear JP is still with you.

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    JP is doing well in his recovery. He took to three legs just fine but he does have a hard time finding a comfortable way to lay down sometimes.

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    What a good boy! Dogs are quite amazing, aren't they? Guess that's why we love 'em so much.
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    I think you made the right choice

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    JP's first swim since his operation. He doesn't seem to care that he's missing a limb.

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    I admire his ability to dismiss the past and live in the moment
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    For hunters, Fall is the island towards which we swim all year.

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    I admire his ability to dismiss the past and live in the moment
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    For hunters, Fall is the island towards which we swim all year.

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    Dogs are so amazing! So are some of their owners...some. You seem to be one of those and JP is lucky to have you - and vice versa. Reading this thread and seeing the last few pics sent chills down my spine. JP is an absolute amazing dog, no doubt. I hope you two have many more memories together as time pushes forward!

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