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3/12/19 12:40 A

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Thank you for your kind words and for understanding. I love the collar-around-the-food-bowl/planter idea! So creative!

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We lost our little Angel way to early and were devastated. Our son's little one quite eating and wasted away. It was found he had dental pain and couldn't eat. Can foods and soft foods got him eating and gaining. The just lost him last month at the age of 17. We both used pet memorial on line for beautiful wooden urns. Ours travels with us. This is very hard for many people as our pets are our kids. I understand.

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3/7/19 10:24 P

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I'm so sorry to hear about your baby! I've seen where ppl take their baby's collar and put it around their water bowl and make a planter like the one below. I'm sure you can go online and look under pet memorials or something similar. Again, my heart goes out to you! emoticon emoticon emoticon



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I'm new! Hello! My pup is a 16-year-old Maltese. He was 7 pounds most of his life, but he has stopped eating and is wasting away. I'm curious if anyone has any tips for coping with pet loss and maybe memorializing them? I'm trying to prepare myself for the inevitable. Thank you in advance.

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