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Old 05-28-2007, 08:43 AM   #11
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I am very sorry for you. He was a beautiful dog.
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Sorry for your loss. He was a handsome dog.
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Sorry, I haven't posted a thank you for everybody I'm just at a loss for things to do I've just been browsing the forum aimlessly and trying to occupy my time, So thank you everyone.
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What terrible news. I am very sorry for your lose. It is truely amaxing how our "non-human" companions can become just like a member of the family.
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Thats really a bummer, and very strange... my brother has a box that looks identical to that and also named brutus. Sorry for your loss.
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Brutus must have become a popular name for the breed I have heard of quite a few with the same name over the last couple of years. Right now I am trying to find a few more pictures of him that really show his personality.
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Brutus must have become a popular name for the breed I have heard of quite a few with the same name over the last couple of years. Right now I am trying to find a few more pictures of him that really show his personality.
We live in Columbus Ohio, which is home of the Ohio State Buckeyes, and their mascot is named Brutus, so thats how we got the name... and we both are alumni of the university.
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