4/28/2015 - 1/28/2015Yesterday we had to make the most difficult decision of our lives and help Phoebe move on to the rainbow bridge. Over the last five months we have done everything in our power to help Phoebe with a very aggressive cancer, but we knew when she stopped eating that we were left with only days. Phoebe gave us the best just short of 11 years that any dog could offer. She was the best therapy dog at Coral Springs Medical Center and helped brighten the lives of so many children for almost 9 year. She helped us train over 20 foster dogs and helped them find new families. She spent over a decade helping us through the best and worst times in our lives. She was the best fur-sister and fur-child that anyone could ever ask for. I don’t know how we will get through the days without your rambunctious tail, greeting us at the door when we come home, or swimming in the pool without you. Our beds will be cold without you and Samantha will miss trapping you in her room so that she has company to sleep with. Sam will miss the only sister she has ever known, but we have taken so many videos and pictures so that she will never forget you. We all love and miss you more then you will ever know.Lucie Di CapuaCoral Springs, FloridaJanuary 29, 2015
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I know exactly what you are going through. I just lost mine to aggressive cancer. Hugs.Carol Hamilton - February 18, 2015
I would have loved to have met Phoebe as a younger dog, I have no doubt I would have loved her personality and demeanor instantly. She was definitely lucky to have an amazing home and an amazing family, and her family was equally lucky to have her in their lives. I'm glad I was able to help you all in such a rough time, and give her the peace she deserved.Jordan Taheri - January 30, 2015

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