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Goober may be nearly blind & deaf, but he still responds as
well as he can , but he is restricted to his dog bed
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That was our Roscoe. He was actually blind for the last 5 years of his life and was very hard of hearing toward the end. BUT.......he could sniff out a tennis ball anywhere in the house, and if I whistled the Meaty Bone song, he was there as fast as the others!

Sorry to hear Goob is becoming bedridden. I guess the old warrior needs his rest. The seniors really are so special, aren't they? And they learn to adapt quite well to the changes that aging puts them through.
 

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I'm sorry that Goober is becoming restricted to his bed.
Our seniors are so special, and it's hard to watch them slow down. Dusty and I were just commenting a couple of days ago how slowly Misty moves. She could run like the wind in her younger days, and it was like watching poetry in motion.
 

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The Bagel says to tell Goober to get up and get out of bed and move dem bones. A serious note, the more Goober moves around the better he will feel and the longer he will be with you. Hoping for the best for all senior beagles.
 
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