Our Friends, Soul Mates, Family, they were there when we needed them most.

Lesa Mansfield (Tysons's mom) shared the passing of her boy Tyson,

Hello: I wanted to let BRO know that alum Tyson (we adopted him in 2008) passed away peacefully with his family by his side on panerai replica watches August 20th. Tyson had several health issues and we had to make the heart breaking decisions to let him go to the Rainbow Bridge after he had begun losing weight rapidly over the summer. He was down to 66 pounds in just a few months - our vet believes it was like liver cancer because liver nodules were found in February when he went for testing to confirm Cushings. Tyson was a fantastic boy and loved every dog and human he met. RIP Tyson ... until we see you again ... run free and pain free sweet boxer boy!


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BRO at Byward Barket in Ottawa
Event Date 2018-05-27

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