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Old 07-26-2012, 03:45 PM
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(((((hugs)))))) So so sorry!
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Old 07-26-2012, 04:52 PM
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Awww...I'm so very sorry. It's the hardest thing ever to let our loves go. I think you did the right thing by bringing her back for one final hooplah. It will be so nice for her and you. I know you'll come to peace eventually with all the happy memories, but right now it doesn't seem like it probably. It sounds like she had a good life with a loving family. (((hugs))) I'm so sorry...
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Old 07-26-2012, 05:23 PM
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It's over. Thanks for all your kind words. We brought her to the vet a couple hours ago and said our goodbyes and he put the needle inside of her. I feel much better knowing she's no longer in pain. I'll definitely never forget today. I could probably write a short story about it like I did with the death of my first dog.
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It's over. Thanks for all your kind words. We brought her to the vet a couple hours ago and said our goodbyes and he put the needle inside of her. I feel much better knowing she's no longer in pain. I'll definitely never forget today. I could probably write a short story about it like I did with the death of my first dog.
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A short story sounds like a lovely way to get things out Also, you may want to check out our "Rainbow Bridge" section. That's where we post about our beloved pets who have moved on, post photos, tell their story, just basically share part of them with everyone else. It can be therapeutic as well.
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Old 07-27-2012, 08:09 PM
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It's over. Thanks for all your kind words. We brought her to the vet a couple hours ago and said our goodbyes and he put the needle inside of her. I feel much better knowing she's no longer in pain. I'll definitely never forget today. I could probably write a short story about it like I did with the death of my first dog.

I wrote poems...poems upon more poems. That really seemed to be therapeutic for me. I don't know why I did...didn't think of doing it consciously. I just started writing the day or the next day after I lost my Dobe. So, I think writing a story or poems would help you get in touch with your inner most feelings. And just the act of making a sort of tribute to your dog can be healing too. I'm really sorry you're in this pain right now. And I hope that you will come to peace and acceptance before too long. Even though I still grieve the loss of my heart dog and still miss him terribly, I came to a place where I could deal with it a lot better. But it took me a long time. He was only four and somehow that hit me harder than past dogs that lived a long life. And everyone has to go through it his or her own way and on one's own time frame. Keep in touch and if you write anything, I hope you feel like posting it. (((hugs)))
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I'm so sorry {{{hugs and peaceful vibes}}}
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