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Old 01-12-2020, 02:10 PM
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Default Happy new year everyone!

I just want to say happy new year to all of you and your babies!

I am so grateful to have each and everyone one of you that has responded to me through out Mochi's bumps and hiccups. So many of you have helped me get through the day and night. Even now that Mochi's been a diabetic for 4 years I still feel like I am confused and lost...
I want to give a special thanks to raysaint and Jessegirl for constantly messaging me back during the end of 2019 and helping me calm down during that stressful patch.. It truly means a lot to me.

Everyone in this forum has impacted me and I feel like I would've gone insane without any of you! I have really bad anxiety and if I didn't have this forum to lean on whenever something goes wrong I wouldn't know what would've happened.

I hope 2020 will be an amazing year for us and our pups!
Mochi is a 10 year old Pomeranian. Weighing 11.6lbs
Diagnosed with diabetes February 2016
Had cataract surgery June 2016.
On 4.5 units of HumilinN
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