Another death in J Clarkson's family...

BigDaveDogg

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I think he does that for their safety more than anything else. The donkeys are just donkeys, they don't go to school 'n' stuff.
Lol, what? So if he says he loves his children people will be out to get them? I think you're looking a little too far into this...
 

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wtf? how is venison strange?
Venison is only strange because I've never had it before. ;)

And white dogs are nice and tender. Then again, I don't remember what type of dog I had the 2nd time last year, so I couldn't make much of a comparison.
 

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Hey guys,
All joking aside. Donkeys live a long time I guess as do dogs.

When my brothers Great Dane of thirteen years (way longer than the average of six to seven years) died I was beside myself with grief. I had lost a friend that I had since the early nineties.

It's a big deal for him I'm sure & I hope he gets through it because it's NOT easy. OK it's not a human death but when you get attached to a donkey/dog for that length of time it's a HUGE blow when they die.

The best therapy may be to get another donkey. My brother got another dog....A Great Dane.
 
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