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We miss her so much it hurts!

Today was a day we hoped would never come, and it came so suddenly. At about 9am, Georgie started having seizures. Beth had to carry her to the car (pregnant and all) and take her to the emergency vet. She continued to have seizures for several hours and was howling in agony. At about 2:15pm, we had her put to sleep. It's been a rough day for us and the kids. Elizabeth was particularly close to Georgie. Her heart was broken as are the rest of ours.

Georgie is irreplaceable. I can't imagine there having ever been a sweeter dog on this earth. To go from where she was as a puppy and how mistreated she was to become an angel to our family...we were truly blessed to have her as part of our family.

We see signs of her everywhere in the house, everywhere we look. It's going to take me a long, long time to get over this. I miss her so, so much already. She was like a daughter to me.

We know she's in a better place now, looking down on us from heaven. I can't wait to see her again when God calls me up to his side. God rest her soul.

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  1. Oh my gosh. I am so very sorry. She was a great dog. I'm glad we got to see her last month. Hugs to all ~ Love Sue

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  2. I'm so sad to read about Georgie!! What a good girl she definitely was!! Honored to have met her ;-)

    Ummm by the way.. Beth is what?!!!!!

    Miss you guys terribly.. hope your hearts heal fast on the hurt of losing your beautiful Georgie...

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