Pet Memorials

A Fond Farewell to Uggie the Jack Russell Terrier

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This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s Pet-Lebrity News column on Pet360.com as A Fond Farewell to Uggie the Jack Russell Terrier Last week, fans with heavy hearts bid Uggie, the Jack Russell Terrier and canine star of the film The Artist, a fond farewell. According to Daily Mail, Uggie was put to sleep at the advanced […]

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Pet Memorial for Emma the Weimaraner

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Emma is one of the dogs that has a story that must be shared, as she overcame many health concerns during her lifetime to have a good quality of life as a senior Weimaraner. Emma had Mast Cell Tumors, which manifsted as many subcutaneous and superficial skin masses and went through many surgeries and chemotherapy […]

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Memorial for Viking the German Shepherd Dog

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Letting a beloved pet go is never easy for any owner, but we veterinarians also experience loss in this process. Earlier this summer, I helped a dog that I’ve know for years as a neighbor and friend of Cardiff’s to transition out of this world. Viking was a senior, German Shepherd Dog who led a […]

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Paris Hilton and Gigi Hadid Mourn the Loss of Their Canine Companions

This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s Pet-Lebrity News. April was a sad month in the realm of pet news, as two celebrities said goodbye to their faithful canine companions. Paris Hilton shared the loss of her long-term canine companion Tinkerbell, who famously accompanied her on the FOX’s The Simple Life and red carpets all […]

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Memorial for Samantha the Beloved Rottweiler Mix

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In role as a veterinarian, it’s always tough to lose a patient.  But, it’s an unfortunate part of the job.  As life must come to an inevitable end due to age or illness, all I hope for my patients is that they transition smoothly and are surrounded by their loved ones in the process of leaving this […]

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