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Sweet, loyal, Whiskey is gone.

November 27th 2012 11:00 am
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We were forced to put Whiskey to sleep after hemangiosarcoma attacked his spine. We had no idea until suddenly his hind legs didn't work. Less than 24 hours later we caressed him as he left us.

 

Jan 22, 2008 -- Seven months in Ireland and counting

January 22nd 2008 6:56 am
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With the addition of a tiny human boy to the family, life has not been as wonderful as usual for Whiskey. And this is following an already steep drop in joy following the move from San Francisco to Ireland. Poor dog.

 

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October 16th 2007 9:47 am
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Whiskey is in a coffee table book,

http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/83226/?utm_so urce=badge&utm_medium=banner&utm_content=280x160

In photographs by this Potrero Hill neighbor,

http://www.schnetzler.com/110Dogs/index.html


You should buy many copies of the book and tell the folks Whiskey sent you.

 

No beach?

April 13th 2006 3:17 pm
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4/10/2006:

My regular daily walker, Joe, is on vacation so my mom is walking me twice a day. She doesn't drive me to the beach but just walks me around the 'hood instead. When she's not doing her Pilates, that is.

I can't wait until Joe gets back. I'm going to jump all over him and be a total spazz.

 

*barf*

February 27th 2006 12:49 pm
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Whiskey woke his dad up at 4:30AM for an emergency walk one thursday morning in the middle of February, 2006.

His stomach wasn't doing him right.

His walker picked up him later that morning and he barfed in front of the house. He later barfed 6 times in the walker's truck! I bet the other dogs enjoyed walking around in his barf, and I bet the walker really enjoyed cleaning all their paws!

He went to the hospital right away. He was re-hydrated and tested for pancreatitis, which test came back negative. He was also x-rayed. Nothing strange observed. The doctors let him come home, but said he'd have to come back the next morning to have his IV lead removed. Whiskey had another thing in mind.

When the nurse went back to get him, he had removed the IV all by himself! No silly, expensive doctors are needed to do that sort of thing! The nurses can just clean up all the blood he squirted everywhere. Silly hospital people.

He's fine now. We think he just had a bad morning brought on by too many treats and rich food. We're laying off the treats and mixing him up a more bland diet.

 

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November 2nd 2005 9:01 am
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Whiskey can now also be seen at www.beedogs.com

 
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