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  1. Amy…you made me cry! I am so happy for the life you had with Gatsby and so sorry for the sadness that goes along with loving your pets. Miniature schnauzers are the absolute best. Our first “baby” was a silver and white miniature schnauzer named Precious. If you go to my website and visit the Fun page, you’ll see a picture of her. We had her for 12 years and no other dog will ever take her place. Ever. I grieved…really grieved when she died. She had severe pancreatitis when she was seven and we thought that would be the end, but she was a tough cookie. She lived 5 more years. Good years. As if she’d never been close to death. The last six months or so she developed kidney problems. Again, we thought this was the end, but the vet taught me how to give her “puppy dialysis” at home. She rebounded until right before we had to make “the decision”. The vet put her in the hospital a few days before the weekend, but he called on Friday to tell us she could come home for the weekend. However, he was emphatic that we call him at home if we needed anything over the weekend. Because we had a wonderful vet, I didn’t think anything about his insistence–until Saturday night. He’d always told me we’d know…and we did. As much as I didn’t want to let her go, I loved her to much to let her suffer. It was the most difficult decision I’ve ever had to make and I’ll never forget that night. Or her. And, now I’m crying again. That was three years ago. Two years ago, we adopted another miniauture schnauzer. Molly was three years old when we got her and was rescued from a puppy mill by a shelter and was unsocialized (stil is to some degree). She terrified of human contact. These past two years have been trying and having her is nothing like having a new puppy, but she’s a special little girl who’s had a rough life. Right now, I have enough love for the both us.

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