Oscar - Fox Terrier - HOMED

Adopted Dogs in Distress dogs who have gone to rainbow bridge, never forgotton.
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Re: Oscar - Fox Terrier - HOMED

Postby kaydoyle » Sat Feb 04, 2012 5:47 pm

Run free little man :(
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Re: Oscar - Fox Terrier - HOMED

Postby angjo » Sat Feb 04, 2012 8:49 pm

I am so sorry for the loss of your beautiful dog Oscar :(
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Re: Oscar - Fox Terrier - HOMED

Postby ColganFamily » Sun Feb 05, 2012 12:23 pm

So, so sorry to hear of the passing of poor Oscar. :( :( :( Reading back over his thread, though, all in DID and you, his forever family improved the quality of his life NO END and, for that, you can all be very proud and gratified. He knew true love and happiness (albeit shortlived :( :( :( ) and I am sure his last months were very happy for him. So sad.
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Re: Oscar - Fox Terrier - HOMED

Postby geordie » Sun Feb 05, 2012 1:00 pm

I am so sorry to hear your very sad news i met oscar when he was in foster he really turned into a beautiful dog after all he had been true then i was lucky to meet him with you at one of the DID days he and you made a beautiful partnership xxxxxxxxx
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Re: Oscar - Fox Terrier - HOMED

Postby danemark » Mon Feb 06, 2012 10:00 pm

So very very sorry to hear your sad news no words can express how one feels at the loss of our very special companions. Treasure the lovely times you all shared together.
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Re: Oscar - Fox Terrier - HOMED

Postby animalhelper » Mon Feb 06, 2012 10:48 pm

So sorry to hear Oscar has gone to the rainbow bridge.... Ill never forget him when he came into the pound... god love him he was in such an awful state..one of the worst cases I have seen. Then he got the chance he needed when he ended up in DID's care, it was great to see him blossom and become the dog he was meant to be...free of pain and so happy.... Even though that time was too short he was very lucky to get such a great home.

Run free little man xxxx
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Re: Oscar - Fox Terrier - HOMED

Postby ClaireT » Tue Feb 07, 2012 1:06 am

Oh no!!! I'm so so sorry to hear this!!!!!! It was only when his story came up on the main page that I remembered I actually saw his story from the start! I didn't realise he was a DID doggie, I would be quite new here.. I can't believe he is on this!!!! That first picture of him has always stuck in my mind!! I was living in Galway at the time and was following his story for a little bit..I'm so happy to have found out he got a forever family, but deeply saddened by the other bad news! :cry: he is such a beautiful looking dog!!! Someone said it earlier, a big teddy bear!!!! Oh this is so so sad, the poor little monkey!! Lots of love to his wonderful forever family, nothing can describe the pain you must be feeling right now!! Love to everyone who helped this great dog achieve the life he so deserved!!! Poor Oscar :cry: :cry: :cry: xxxxxxxxxxxx
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Re: Oscar - Fox Terrier - HOMED

Postby ladles » Tue Feb 07, 2012 2:38 pm

I also remember 0scar from the pound. So sorry for your loss.
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Re: Oscar - Fox Terrier - HOMED

Postby Jenny » Tue Feb 07, 2012 5:03 pm

I too remember the day Oscar came into the Pound. He was a very sorry sight but always a gentleman.

You gave him a wonderful loving home and he will always be with you.

Oscar - at rest, never forgotton.
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Re: Oscar - Fox Terrier - HOMED

Postby Angela1 » Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:31 pm

Thank you all so much for your kind words which mean so much to us. We've shed so many tears over the past 10 days but there's been great comfort in knowing that there are 'Doggie-people' who understand what we're feeling.

Right now our lives feel so empty but we keep reminding ourselves that our lives were enriched by Oscar. The 19 months he was with us were wonderful and the memories are very precious. Oscar brought out the playful puppy in our dog Max (age 7) who had thought he was human until Oscar moved into his patch and taught him how to charge around the house, launch himself off the back of the sofa, drag cushions around the house... I could go on and on... Poor Max.

Oscar had inherited a 'gene' that meant he was predisposed to seizures which could have started anytime from birth to the age of 5. It just seems so unfair that our 'little tatty teddy' had such a terrible start to what was going to be a short life. Thankfully he found Dogs in Distress and they turned things around for him.

I'm attaching a photo of Oscar that my daughter took with her phone as she was heading off to school that morning - 2 hours before Oscar became ill. He loved to sneak up to her bedroom just before she left and he'd lie on her bed for most of the morning.

Thank you all for your kindness to us but above all to our beloved Oscar xx
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