Yesturday, our 7 year old German Shepard passed away. My hubby has just got her before we met and she was "his" dog. She was so loyal to him and would give her life for him. Everyone else was ok...but DH was her Daddy. We dont know what happened to her. She wasn't showing any signs of being sick. She was eating, driking and playing with our other animals. My DH was on his way bringing her to the vet because she had an occasional cough (we thought she aspirated a little when we gave her some Kaopectate for diarrhea) but that wasn't the case. DH had 1.5 hour trip to her vet in NJ...Natacha died in the back seat 10 minutes before arriving. We both never thought she was sick enough to die. I have never seen/heard my hubby cry...until that moment. I never want to again either. The vet that saw her seems to think she had cancer. DH decided not to have an autopsy done on her...just let her at peace and cremate her. Im sad for DH, Im sad for my other animals that are looking for her. She was part of our family. I told DH last night Natacha went to heaven to send us a baby. Thanks for listening. I love you Natacha.
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