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RIP Bailey

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Re: bailey stopped breathing gave him mouth to nose!

sorry to say bailey has now gone and will be greatly missed!turned out as well as the murmer he had cardio and respiratory problems and circlatory problems in his legs!fair play to our vet as he gave bailey an ecg free of charge to settle any doubts in his mind!and he said it wasn't good and wouldn't lead a fruitful life!he seemed fine when lying down but as soon as he got up he would be trying to catch his breath!the family of wife and five boys are devistated but at least now he can run free!!!love you and miss you baileyboo!BAILEY MARTIN LEFT US TODAY 25/01/08 18:30 thanx to everyone who post their replies and love to all the little hairy ones! :cry:
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Re: bailey stopped breathing gave him mouth to nose!

I am sorry for your loss and yet another young boxer life to fall victim to a fatal heart disorder.  Someday, hopefully I know it wont be in my lifetime, I hope it can be eliminated from the breed.   So not far to them - RIP Bailey Martin!
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I am so sorry for your loss, run free and without pain Bailey Martin.
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I am so sorry to hear about Bailey! RIP Bailey... :cry:
Im so sorry...  to save his life and then have to lose it later...
I'm sorry...deepest sympathies to you and your family.

Run free sweet Baileyboo.
Very sorry for your did all you could....Bailey is in a better place now.  

Heartbreaking. So very sorry for you and your family. Run free and be able to play again, RIP Bailey.
So sorry to hear about your loss....Gaby sends boxer hugs and kisses to you and your family
oh that is so sad, i am so very sorry that you lost Baily today. He will be forever watching over you and your free bailyboo.
I am so sorry for your loss, run free Bailey boy. You and your family are in our thoughts.
Sorry to hear about your loss...
I can totally sympathize with you and we are very sorry for your loss.  You did the right thing in letting him go.  I have lost the last two boxers to heart problems and my third one (in a row!)  has been diagnosed.  That is how prevelant this disease has become in the boxer breed.  In memory of my dogs I only support breeders who thoroughly health test their dogs and I know that there is still no guarantee. I can tell you that when they are that bad there is no joy in putting them thru the lousy side effects of meds and the lack of luster to life when they are as bad as your lovely boy was.  


Sorry to hear that

I am so sorry about your loss. We recently lost a boxer in our family ( my brothers ), so I know how you must feel. Know that you did the best for your dog, and you will find peace with your decision.
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I'm so sorry for your loss. I can only imagine how you and your family feel. Odin and I send boxer hugs and kisses to you and your family. Run free Baileyboo!
So sorry to hear this!  I know how painful it is to lose a beloved dog.  We lost our Rocky in Nov. 2006.
Praying for your family in this tough time! :cry:
That is sad to hear...sorry for your loss
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