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Huzzah! Journey Karma Namaste Dogs

Return To The Reservoir

After Karma’s heart attack on Wednesday night, and her rapid decline on Thursday, we were bracing ourselves to have to say goodbye. The vet wanted to give some heart medication a try, so we agreed to give it a few days to see if it would help. At the very least we wanted a few more days, if possible, to try to tick off a few more boxes on Karma’s bucket list.

Today we took her to her most favourite spot in the world. She was so happy, it was like she was young and healthy again, and not battling cancer or heart failure. I am so glad we took her because at least for today, we forgot all our worries and troubles, and just enjoyed life together.

Since pictures are worth a thousand words…

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