Webster Boy

by Paul
(Buffalo Grove, IL )

Webster was a 12 year old miniature poodle that recently passed due to an awful illness called Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia.

He fought the fight for over a month but either the illness or the strong medications he was on caused his untimely loss.
Webster enjoyed attending agility class for over 9 years, long walks in the neighborhood or just going for a ride in the car to the pet store.

Webster loved people, probably more than other dogs, as he was very effectionate with people whom he came into contact with. He loved playing with his fleece ball, which he learned to catch with his front paws. Another toy was his Buster Cube, which he would push around the floor with his nose and paws to get the various treats inside it.

My wife and I have been devastated with the loss of Webster as we had a very special relationship with this wonderful dog, and we did whatever was possible for him.

On the night before he passed he was suffering tremendously at the ER hospital so when our Vet called us in the morning to make the decision to euthanize him we had no choice but to end his awful suffering.

Webster will always be loved and missed.

RIP Webster Boy

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For Webster
by: Connie

Your Wesbster was one beautiful dog. I know you have suffered a great loss. You will be ok because he wants it that way.

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