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Oh no....It is never easy..it always hard to make that choice. I had to do it over a year ago, with my old dog "duty" she was 16 and was starting to suffer, and it was harder to watch that than having her put to sleep. We all totally understand.....all of us hear have lost furkids...so we totally understand your grief! it never really goes away...it just becomes easier. I think of Dusty now with more smiles that tears now. Pugs have a way of getting into our hearts. She knew she was loved, With you being there made the passage to the Rainbow Bridge easyier. She knew you did it out of love and is grateful to be no longer in pain. She was your Heart dog. Just know we all understand and have our love and support, it is not easy. I know how hard it is when they pass in your arms, I held Dusty as she passed on. But as I said, I think of her with more smiles that cries now. And My Pug Frankie helped as he knew I needed him. Just know with time it get easier....but never truly fades. Take all the time you need to heal. She is waiting for you at the Rainbow bridge, healty and happy, until you meet there for a happy reunion.
@Frankie2009 -thank you so much for your kind words. That truly means a lot
I feel so bad for you, and am so sorry. Last October, we had to put our 12yr old lab to sleep. I thought my heart was broke in two. Than 2 weeks later, my mother passed on. 1 week after my mother, my pug Gretta got pneumonia and died. I was shattered. I didn't think I'd ever come out of it. Since then, I adopted a new lab, Libby, and a new pug, Lexi. I know that little Gretta and Daisy(the lab), will never be replaced. All the memories that we had. The ashes of Gretta and Daisy are buried under a long ash tree in our back yard with a marker over them. Every time I mow the lawn I shed a tear around that ash tree. I just wish that our fur babies would live forever, but they don't. I hope the Lord gives you strength to keep going, knowing that the sorrow does get weaker, but is always there. Sorry your post didn't work, but try it again. Doc and his girls
@Doc -I am so very sorry for your loss as well. The pain is unbearable... she has taken a piece of my heart with her. But I can not even fathom what you went through. I am still trying to cope and I also pray that one day I'll be able to move forward. And that I can find the strength in me to be just as strong as you are. Thank you
Below... a post & article on how I came up with her pretty name
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