Hogan Staffie 2005 - 2018

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Re: Hazel & Hogan Staffies 2000 & 2005 Haywards Heath

Post by xxlynne » Tue May 29, 2018 2:59 pm

29.05.18
Hi Dianna,

I thought we better let you know that we found out that our beloved RR boy, Hogan, has a growing mass in his bowel today. We are upset, of course, 💔 but we knew that rescuing seniors involves a special kind of love and dedication.

He looks well otherwise, as does Hazel. The vet said he is a bit too old for chemo or an operation, otherwise we would do it, as we
we adore him. She said just give him the best quality of life possible, which we already do.

Thank you for all the great work you do at RR,

Best wishes,

Emma (& David and the boys)

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Re: Hazel & Hogan Staffies 2000 & 2005 Haywards Heath

Post by ChrisE » Tue May 29, 2018 3:16 pm

xxlynne wrote:
Tue May 29, 2018 2:59 pm
29.05.18
Hi Dianna,

I thought we better let you know that we found out that our beloved RR boy, Hogan, has a growing mass in his bowel today. We are upset, of course, 💔 but we knew that rescuing seniors involves a special kind of love and dedication.

He looks well otherwise, as does Hazel. The vet said he is a bit too old for chemo or an operation, otherwise we would do it, as we
we adore him. She said just give him the best quality of life possible, which we already do.

Thank you for all the great work you do at RR,

Best wishes,

Emma (& David and the boys)
So sorry to hear about Hogan. It is good to know he is with you, Dave and the boys in whatever time he has left and that he will have the best quality of life with you. Please give Hogan (and Hazel) a hug from me xxx

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Re: Hazel & Hogan Staffies 2000 & 2005 Haywards Heath

Post by Hayleycakes » Tue May 29, 2018 7:32 pm

Poor boy at least he will see out the rest of his life in a loving home thank you 😘

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Re: Hazel & Hogan Staffies 2000 & 2005 Haywards Heath

Post by Elliesmum » Tue May 29, 2018 7:48 pm

Emma, as you know, I am thinking of you and Hogan. We all thank you for giving a loving home to the gorgeous Hogan and Hazel. Thank you for everything, Hogan knows he is very much loved xxx
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Re: Hazel & Hogan Staffies 2000 & 2005 Haywards Heath

Post by SarahW » Thu May 31, 2018 10:37 am

I really feel for you all Emma, David and family. I can't thank you enough for giving Hogan a great home and supporting him. Being in the middle of a loving family is all we could wish for this lovely old boy, please pass on cuddles from me. x
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Re: Hazel & Hogan Staffies 2000 & 2005 Haywards Heath

Post by brialing47 » Thu May 31, 2018 4:25 pm

So sorry to hear the sad news. Our Luna (Lady Luna of Old Coulsdon) was diagnosed with a "massive tumour" last October. They cut her open and realised there was nothing they could do. They offered to put her down, but as she was well and happy in all other regards we said no thanks. She started growing massively (the tumour inside her pushing all her organs aside) so we went back to the vets and asked was there anything we could have for her to help and they prescribed steroids. The impression the vets gave us was that she wouldn't be with us much longer. SHE IS STILL WITH US :). We are going on holiday soon with her, just to the south coast, we are so glad that she is still with us. Ask about steroids. It will change them but it could help them live longer

You go through a huge and horrible array of emotions when you realise part of your heart may pass from reach soon, but focus on now and that they are still here. Don't think of how limited time is but the time that you have still. They are there in front of you and within reach and cuddling, that is all that matters. The rest is some other time..

Good Luck and loads of cuddles

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Re: Hazel & Hogan Staffies 2000 & 2005 Haywards Heath

Post by Jan Case » Thu May 31, 2018 6:22 pm

So sorry to hear this about Hogan, but so grateful he is in a loving home and not facing this on his own or in rescue xxx.

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Re: Hazel & Hogan Staffies 2000 & 2005 Haywards Heath

Post by Chapmania » Thu May 31, 2018 8:17 pm

I am so sorry to hear this news. We are all so grateful that you gave this wonderful pair a loving home. At least Hogan knows that he is well loved and with a loving family. Please give him a kiss and a huge hug for me. Thinking of you all xx

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Re: Hogan Staffie 2005 - 2018

Post by xxlynne » Sun Aug 05, 2018 2:15 pm

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Sad sad sad ...the scrumptious Hogan, having loved his family so very much, had to say his goodbyes this week. He left his Hazel in his families midst knowing she is cared for and truly loved and he smiles down on them as he sleeps his deep sleep angel13.gif]

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Re: Hogan Staffie 2005 - 2018

Post by Elliesmum » Sun Aug 05, 2018 3:10 pm

Oh the tears are flowing again for Hogan and his family, who loved him so much, as did we. It's so hard seeing our dogs leave us, but what counts is that somebody loved and cared for them. Sleep well Hogan.
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