the dog wasn't mine, but he'd been in the family for years and my father and mother in law treated her like a kid. They're old, so it's going to be really tough for them. It was a miniture pincher. They had two and that one was the oldest one. At least they still have the other one, but I still don't know how they will take the whole thing. Espcially since it's nearly Christmas. They thought a lot of that dog. They lost a son two years ago and my father in law was already in a bad mood. I need some advice on how to help them with their loss. Also, my mother in law just got off treatment for cancer and the dog had pancreatic cancer real bad, so that's probably going to tie in there as a bad thing.
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