28, 1998 - November 12, 2009
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|The picture on the left is
J.J hunting. The picture on the right is J.J with Benny when he was
I am not sure what J.J died from. I believe it could have
Through out his years, he always had problems with
Then as he got older, he would get bald spots in his fur.
I had him to the vet, and they speculated, it could have
been from allergies.
On his blood work within the last few years of his life, his
count was not normal. Unfortunately the vet really did
However, he did have a thyroid problem. He was on
medication for that.
What I found strange, is that out of the five dogs I had,
three of them that had a thyroid problem. I
blame it on the dog food.
Ever since my female dog, Fanny May died of unknown causes,
I believe it was the dog food. I now make them home cooked
I really don't think it cost much more than dog food. I look
at it this way, it saves me a lot of money for vet visits
J.J was very bonded with Fannie May. They were always
together. Poor J.J was devastated when Fannie May
It is so very heart breaking to see a dog mourn for his/her
J.J died peacefully at home in his sleep. I kind of
knew it was his time to cross the rainbow bridge that night.