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Our Neeka, survivor of splenectomy (which she wasn't expected to survive), survivor of bloat (which she wasn't expected to survive) but at nearly 12 years old, she contracted bladder cancer, a particularly aggressive tumour which rapidly spreads. She was our first dog and accepted the deluge of adopted/fostered Huskies with absolutely no complaint - mutual respect all around (we're so lucky as, with 6 dogs plus the occasional foster, we've never, ever had a single problem between them). Fabulous girl, sadly missed - their room (ex-dining room) seems empty, despite there being 5 dogs in there. But she'll be loving it up there, shepping the clouds full time








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Oh no. I'm so very sorry. This breaks my heart for you. What a beautiful girl NEEKA was, just gorgeous!! She is definitely up above in Heaven anew, smiling down at you through the sun's rays!! All her beautiful memories will always live deep within your heart.

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