Rest In Peace, Jack

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Re: Rest In Peace, Jack

Postby JoanG » 02 Dec 2014, 16:16

I'm so sorry to read about your sad loss, your beloved Jack was a real character as your lovely videos show. It is so awful when they leave us but I do hope your happy memories will bring you comfort in the months to come.

Run free dear Jack and find all those stones at The Bridge :love5:

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Re: Rest In Peace, Jack

Postby Joe + Hilary » 03 Dec 2014, 01:29

I was sorry to read a few nights ago that you hadbravely said goodbye to your dear friend Jack. Have just seen his video and photos. He was a lovely chap (champion tongue?) and clearly had fun. I feel for you but hope in time that you can smile at the memories he has left.

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Re: Rest In Peace, Jack

Postby kayj » 03 Dec 2014, 12:11

Dear Andrew,

So very sorry to hear of your loss of Jack.Have enjoyed your stories and pictures of him over the years.My thoughts are with you at this very sad time.

Run Free At The Bridge Jack. :love3: :love3:


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Re: Rest In Peace, Jack

Postby mollymunch » 03 Dec 2014, 17:35

So sorry to hear news of your beloved boy, Jack.

Loved his videos too. Wondered if they were taken in Happy Valley (Bramhall) perhaps?


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Re: Rest In Peace, Jack

Postby JacksDad » 03 Dec 2014, 20:46

mollymunch wrote:So sorry to hear news of your beloved boy, Jack.

Loved his videos too. Wondered if they were taken in Happy Valley (Bramhall) perhaps?


Alison x


The stones were at Poise Brook, Offerton but keep it secret.....

Digging in the sand was the River Goyt between Otterspool and Vernon Park, haunt of kingfishers and herons.
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Re: Rest In Peace, Jack

Postby P_P » 04 Dec 2014, 18:19

So sorry to hear of your loss
He certainly looked a happy chappie with a tail that never stopped wagging, and as for that tongue!!!
Run free at the bridge darling boy
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Re: Rest In Peace, Jack

Postby Emma T » 04 Dec 2014, 18:53

I'm truly sorry for your loss Andrew, your post made me well up, the fact that Jack came to you and helped you through your worst times, he was a very special lad x thinking of you very much x
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