Rest in Peace Little One
Rainbow Bridge June 27, 2005
Hi everyone, this must be one of the hardest days of my life. I went to the hospital and spent a couple of hours with my Blazey. The doctor told us that his gallbladder was very enlarged and that he would require surgery asap.  Blazer was 10 and a half and he has been through so much in his life that I didn't feel it would be fair for him go through with that. Yes he may have had a few months or even a few years added to his life, but the surgery it self would have made him very uncomfortable, and to me that was all I needed to hear. He was the best dog I could have asked for, and this was the day I had dreaded all along. But I know in my heart that he is better now. And that helps. The vet did agree with the decision that we made. She also thought it best. I will not live with what if's, he gave me the best 10 years I could have ever asked for. 
Mary and Angel Blazer ( I never wanted to have to write that )

They haven't really been taken away.
They have only gone with the Angels to play.
They have been given wings with which to fly.
All their troubles have passed them by.

Their life in heaven now must start.
But we'll hold their memory in our hearts.
Nothing about them will be forgotten.
But now they sleep on billowy clouds of cotton.

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