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A few weeks ago I brought home an energetic, playful, and sweet red husky puppy and she quickly became loved like a family member. So last night after leaving for a family dinner for a couple hours we put her in her crate which she doesn’t particularly like. The thing with her though is that she knew how to escape if she really tried. Later that night I came home before everyone else to let the dogs out (I have 3 dogs one is named cooper and he is a year and a half old husky, Maggie my 12 week old husky, and Duffy our 10 year old Westie) and as I walked to Maggie’s crate I didn’t hear here moving around like normal so I turned the light on to see what was up and found her straight up against the door of the crate and stiff. Her collar was wrapped around the crate and we think she choked while trying to get out. I had no idea what to do so I cut her collar off and took her to the emergency vet even though she had seemed to be dead for a while by the time I got home I just didn’t know what else to do. I just haven’t been able to function since then and miss her more than I thought possible.

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Dear Huskylover22,

So very sorry to hear of the sudden loss of Maggie, especially during the holiday season.

We are here for you to offer comfort and support.

Please know you are welcome to share again and tell us more about your precious pup.

You will be in my prayers.

Take good care,


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