You Don't know him, but it's a mighty loss to pets and their owners around here. We found out today that the man who doctored our dogs for almost fifty years passed from a stroke on Thursday. Somewhere, on the other side of Rainbow Bridge, Dr Locke Taylor rests, surrounded by the pets he cared for in life. He had a warm, quiet way about him that always set your worries to rest, and even the animals felt it, he spoke with them like small children, and he loved them all.
A wonderful man, who spent a lifetime doing a job he was clearly born to do, well done Dr Taylor.
Pretty remarkable that you had such a long relationship as a dad to the patient(s) and doctor.
Last Edit: Dec 4, 2023 22:39:10 GMT -5 by trailboss
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Sorry for your loss. We lost 2 vets in a row many years ago. One of the replacements over-anethetized our first Yorkie. We have good one now. He's also the first one that wasn't an Aggie. We didn't know the vet he replaced, but he was well loved.
Post by oldcajun123 on Dec 8, 2023 17:34:07 GMT -5
Sorry to hear this, lucky me found a young man down the road, we clicked, he’s good, came from a working class family, likes to use his metal detector with his son, I have had him on my farm spelunking, he’s found very old metal things. Last week told him about my new Buddy, I believe he was as excited as me!