1. He looks like the goodest boy. I’m so sorry for your loss. I know all to well the heart break you are going through right now, I hope your good memories bring you peace and comfort in the days ahead.

  2. We think Chubbs was 7-8 years old (we adopted him from a local shelter). We thought he would have another 7-8 years.

  3. Really puts into perspective on how much we take for granted until it’s gone. I cant imagine losing my Boston. She’s still got a couple of years left (she’s 10) I wish they would stay forever🥺

  4. We lost our pup to an aggressive brain tumor last year too 😞 I am so sorry for your loss. It's so hard letting them go

  5. What a beautiful boy! I am so sorry for your loss. May the memories you have with him help you heal. Sending you love and light to carry you through during these difficult times!

  6. So very sorry for the loss of your best boy 💔🥺 you gave him his best life ever, and I hope one day the memories bring more smiles than tears 🙏🏻🥺❤️

  7. He was diagnosed with Cushing Disease (pituitary tumor) by a neurologist. His symptoms include increased appetite and thirst, increased urination (and accidents in the house), low energy, muscle weakness, hair gain, skin infections, nasal discharge, personality changes, and pacing. Each symptom was mild for a couple of months, but his condition was going downhill quickly all of a sudden.

  8. I’m so sorry. The day I lost my baby girl was one of the worst ever (also brain tumor that caused awful seizures). Hopefully they’re all playing together, frisky and mischievous

  9. I am so sorry for your loss. My family’s Boston, Otto dealt with the same thing at the end of his time and it was so tough to go through, both for Otto and for the family 💖 Chubbs looks like he was the best boy and I am sure you gave him the best life ever. Brain tumors suck 😔

  10. I’m so sorry. My heart breaks for you. What were the signs of a brain tumor if you don’t mind me asking?

  11. He was diagnosed with Cushing Disease (pituitary tumor) by a neurologist. His symptoms include increased appetite and thirst, increased urination (and accidents in the house), low energy, muscle weakness, hair gain, skin infections, nasal discharge, personality changes, and pacing. Each symptom was mild for a couple of months, but his condition was going downhill quickly all of a sudden.

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