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Thread: FC AFC Marsh Prairie Quick Pick 06/08/1999 - 5/29/2013

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    Default FC AFC Marsh Prairie Quick Pick 06/08/1999 - 5/29/2013

    Quick passed away in his sleep a week before his 14th birthday. He will be surely missed by Joe and Tal Broyles and his trainer Mark Smith. I know Mark loved that dog, he was one of the special ones! Mark took him from being an out of control mess when Joe bought him to an FC AFC and national competitor. Rest in Peace old man and you can creep all you want!!! (those that know him know what I mean)

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    he was an awesome dog.

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    Sorry to hear that.

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    So sorry for the loss. Sounds like he had a great 14 years.


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    So sorry. Never easy, but Quick no doubt had a wonderful life. Creeping is allowed in heaven. Take care, feel your pain.
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    The hardest part of having a dog.... they're never with us long enough. Sounds like he was a great dog with a great life. Sorry for your loss
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    My condolences to those who knew and loved Quick. Godspeed Quick, go get those flyers now.
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    Rest in Peace Quick.

    I'm sorry for Mark, and Joe and Tal Broyles. 14 years is a long life for a trial lab, but nowhere near long enough.
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    Rest in Peace old friend....


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    Quote Originally Posted by rboudet View Post
    Quick passed away in his sleep a week before his 14th birthday. He will be surely missed by Joe and Tal Broyles and his trainer Mark Smith. I know Mark loved that dog, he was one of the special ones! Mark took him from being an out of control mess when Joe bought him to an FC AFC and national competitor. Rest in Peace old man and you can creep all you want!!! (those that know him know what I mean)
    Sending good thoughts to friends Joe, Tal, & Mark for the pain and emptiness that comes with the loss. I had the honor to judge Quick a few times and appreciate his talent and spunk.
    May we all grow in wisdom, grace, humility, courage, understanding, respect, experience, and knowledge

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