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ivyplace 93432 258 In Memory of Rerun 2002-2004 either
In Memory of Rerun 2002-2004
Rerun- 2002-2004

We got Rerun in 2002 from the Brownwood Pound and he was the
cutest thing, we said he was a cross between a dog and cat
and was always getting into things, playing and just having
fun. He was a city dog too but when we moved to the farm,
he was in 7th heaven, cats to change, running, climbing on
brick ledges, actually running up some wind blown trees that
bent to the north. He survived being run over by a pickup,
and did have breathing problems from that.

Because we have not lived too long in the country, I did not
know that a skunk spray could be deadly to small dogs, and
two weeks ago (April 3, 2004), a skunk came up to the house
at night and sprayed our dogs, after tracking down the
skunk and killing it, we came back to the house and found
Rerun was in respirtory distress and died a few minutes
later. We went on the internet to find a sure fire recipe
to rid the other two dogs of skunk spray smell, on these
pages it mentioned how deadly the spray was to small dogs,
and how fast it could kill them.

This photo was taken in September 2003, after we moved to
the farm.
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Re: In Memory of Rerun 2002-2004
Boy, What a Cutie... To sad to read about the death of it..
You don´t know the breed of that little doggie?

Bjarne

Denmark
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Re: In Memory of Rerun 2002-2004
Hi Bjarne,

we never did know for sure what he was, just a mixed breed.
He looked like a little old man to me, but according to our
vet he about 4 months old. did not have all his teeth yet.

But his personality was the best, Above is a picture of
rerun and tigger on one of our evening walks in the fields.
Both rerun and Tigger seemed to enjoy having pictures taken.


Thanks for writing
Sharon
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