Frank the ERE pug (2003-2020)

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Mister Imperceptible
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Re: Frank the ERE pug (2003-2020)

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14 years was as far as we could go with 3 different ones, all different breeds. 16-17 years is a pretty good run. RIP.

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Sclass
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Re: Frank the ERE pug (2003-2020)

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Aww man I’m sorry. They don’t live long enough.

Jin+Guice
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Re: Frank the ERE pug (2003-2020)

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R.I.P. Frank. Sorry for your loss Jacob + Jacob's wife.

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Re: Frank the ERE pug (2003-2020)

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Sorry for your loss, Jacob and DW.

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Re: Frank the ERE pug (2003-2020)

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Wishing you peace.

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Re: Frank the ERE pug (2003-2020)

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Sad to hear.
Canines are far better people than Homo Sapiens.

davtheram12
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Re: Frank the ERE pug (2003-2020)

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:cry: it hurts me when great dogs pass away. Sorry for your loss Jacob.

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Re: Frank the ERE pug (2003-2020)

Post by liberty »

Sorry for the loss! He must have had a great life, though, with family caring for him rather than stressing around in corporate all day long. R.I.P Frank!

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