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Chloe

About Chloe

Chloe – May 2010 – March 2017
Our wee sweet Chloe adopted our family in May 2013 at the age of 3 and it turned out she was everything we could’ve hoped for in a pet. She came up to Scotland to live with our other beagle Buster who she instantly befriended which was, in hindsight, really funny as she turned out not to be that sociable with other dogs – only Buster!

She was a ‘pocket rocket’ and had a complete zest for life, loving her walks in the countryside but at the age of 3, she had a serious multiple disc rupture The following year, we were devastated when she had another multiple disc rupture and we just about lost her during surgery. But Chloe was a fighter and pulled through and continued to live life to the full even though she had been through so much. We just about lost her again at New Year 2016 when a long blade of grass lodged in her windpipe and obstructed her breathing and she was rushed into the vet hospital but again the wee fighter pulled through. Chloe gave us so much love and companionship and we loved her unconditionally in return.

So we were devastated in March 2017 to learn she’d had yet another serious multiple disc rupture her 3rd in nearly 4 years and this time, though heartbreaking, we had to let her go. We love and miss you every day Chloe – run free – all our love from your family Dorothy Michael Charlotte Kirsten and Buster xx

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