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the death of a beloved dog

Postby fishinjunky » 21 Aug 2021, 13:01

a few days ago my sweet little Maggy was diagnosed with lyme disease the vets did everything they could to save her but sadly her kidneys and organs gave out last night in her sleep and she passed away. We are absolutely gutted by the sudden loss of our baby she was my child i loved her so much. I dont think there is a worse pain than the pain from grief for a loved one its absolutely soul shattering horrible. I never openly grieve or post about it but I cant help it i just want the world to know how amazing she was :(

if you have lost a loved one post something about them and a picture if you can. And how your dealing with the awful grief

please make sure to check your furry family members over thoroughly for ticks after being outside it could save their lives
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Postby Burgerman » 21 Aug 2021, 18:05

Nothing to say. A few years ago now. Was almost 13. He was my freind.
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Postby swalker » 22 Aug 2021, 00:42

Fishinjunky, I understand your pain. It is cats for me.

We have lost 3 cats since I became disabled. Each was progressively more painful. I have always loved animals (cats, dogs, and many other varieties). Somehow, being disabled has caused a deeper attachment to the critters. It just sucks when they go.

I am so sorry for you loss!

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Postby greybeard » 22 Aug 2021, 02:25

Fishinjunky, thinking of you. It's horrible. Pets are not just pets. They are family members and to lose one is just as painful. Sorry you are going through this.
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Postby fishinjunky » 22 Aug 2021, 02:27

Burgerman wrote:Nothing to say. A few years ago now. Was almost 13. He was my freind.


German Shepherds are a great breed. I have a close friend who has always had them. Smart breed

I'm sorry for your loss
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Postby fishinjunky » 22 Aug 2021, 02:34

swalker wrote:Fishinjunky, I understand your pain. It is cats for me.

We have lost 3 cats since I became disabled. Each was progressively more painful. I have always loved animals (cats, dogs, and many other varieties). Somehow, being disabled has caused a deeper attachment to the critters. It just sucks when they go.

I am so sorry for you loss!

Steve


Thank you I'm also sorry for your losses. I think your right about that. I also have a very much beloved 9 year old cat she is missing her buddy
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Postby fishinjunky » 22 Aug 2021, 02:36

greybeard wrote:Fishinjunky, thinking of you. It's horrible. Pets are not just pets. They are family members and to lose one is just as painful. Sorry you are going through this.


Thank you yea family they definitely are
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