This Family Took Photos Of Their Dog’s Last Day On Earth…


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Most dog lovers will eventually make this tough decision. This family’s tribute to their beloved pet is beautiful, happy, and sad all rolled into one. 

“When you are joyous, look deep into your heart and you shall find it is only that which has given you sorrow that is giving you joy.

When you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight. ”
-Kahlil Gibran

14 July, 2013 in ArticleImages

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Dogs are too good for the world, which is why we only get them for a little while.
Photos taken by Robyn Arouty.

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Labrador Retrievers have been described as having descended the St. John’s Dogs of Newfoundland or “Newfies”. These water dogs were used on boats to assist fishermen in pulling in nets and saving drowning victims. Because of their outstanding temperament and qualities they were adapted and trained to help hunt and retrieve fowl. They are superior retrievers and one of the most common breeds today. Labradors are often chosen to be service dogs or guide dogs for the blind.

Labrador Retrievers are popular pets due to easygoing nature and are favored by even non-hunting families. Labradors are very trainable and it is recommended that they start training while in puppyhood. If they are socialized in the kind way all puppies should be, Labradors grow up to be incredibly friendly, obedient, patient, and energetic dogs. Labradors are great playmates with children and other dogs. They enjoy exercising and being active outdoors. Being bred to retrieve in lakes and the ocean, Labrador Retrievers are excellent swimmers and love water. They will share, enjoy socializing, and love being treated like one of the family. Labradors thrive on companionship and enjoy being part of family.

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