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this is always tough. i've lost 2 dogs before, both of which i loved oh so much. but anyways, just stay strong for your beloved pet. i have my third dog now (whose a 4 month old puppy) and it just helps things get better. i thought i was replacing my other dogs, but thats not the case. different personalities, so they have special places in your heart. and just think, this is whats for the best. your dog is sick and most likely unhappy and as horrible as it sounds (because i've been told this and i at first thought it was wrong) this is actually the best possible thing. they'll be much better and in heaven. free of pain and sickness and that's what you want for your dog. just remember that.
by photographygirl1497 on 9/15/2011 5:10:00 PM
my dog is getting really old and he's going blind. i've had him since kindergarten. it's really hard because you see him run into things and you just want to help him. but you can't.. we can't afford to take him to the vet right now either.
by gleegeek on 4/10/2011 4:58:19 PM
Aww, I am soooo sorry about your doggy. I have lost three dogs my life and ever since we have gotten two new playful pups. You aren't replacing them (like the mod said). But, I hope you cope well with this!
by <3luvlife<3 on 3/29/2011 11:35:23 AM
by xlilmissprincessx on 3/7/2011 11:56:13 PM
Oh, and thank you to the mod who answers my Q&A.
by pookamads on 3/5/2011 6:12:55 PM
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by TheMentalistgurl on 1/29/2011 1:52:56 PM
by moongirl22 on 1/25/2011 12:34:44 AM
my parents naturally put stress on me so im in a bad mood ALOT. Today i found out i cnt do what i was planning to for the talent show and i had just woken up from a nap. So now i have to find and learn a song tommorrw. my parents were all like oh huney im sry we can try to do something else and then my dad was like i dont tlk you can find something but we can try. and then they refuse to let it go they go on for the next 30 min bout what couldve been. i just want them to stop and when i tell them tht they get mad at me how do i get it across nicely!?!?!?
by caca35 on 1/18/2011 7:22:58 PM
I`m sorry girly...i lost my boxer dog on 10/10/10.....my icon is my dog. i feel your pain. hang in there. it gets better. it really does. it`s okay to cry though. do what you need to do.. losing my dog was really hard, but after 3 months of him being gone, it got easier to move on. so hang in there!
by twilightgrl22 on 1/17/2011 12:06:27 PM
Losing animals is so sad! I don't want to have pets because I am scared of the day when they are going to die. One of my teacher's dogs died a few months ago and her daughter found their dog laying on the floor dead this made me almost cry.
by nerdisthewurd26 on 1/14/2011 3:40:24 PM
i recenly had a little gray cat i called smokey die. i was heart broken. i didnt wear makeup for like a couple months cause i was afraid i would randomly start crying in school. she wasnt even a year old yet!! its been some months now and i can talk about her without crying or stuttering. my advice is to keep praying. if deep down you love her and know that she is a fighter she might make it. and if she does die my advice would to get a new pet. mabye a cat or different species to devote your time to so that you arent thinking about your dog. it works for me but it may not work for some people. good luck!
by animal hugger on 1/14/2011 7:52:51 AM
I had a cat that was like my best friend. he was my first pet since i was 5. i loved him so much and he was with me when i moved. i loved him sooo much and i still miss him alot. I cried and cried and realized crying won't fix anything. I now have 2 dogs but when i think about my cat i cry but they are there to comfort me. its really hard to lose your best friend( harder then everyone thiks) but you have to move on.if it gets really bad( like cutting into your life bad) then see a counsler or talk to your parents, trust me they understand
Even though it seems like life really sucks right now, it will get better.
by Supercupcake67 on 1/13/2011 7:27:41 PM
I sooooo no how you feel. I came home from school one day in November and my dad told me that my dog died. She was 16 and we had her since before I was born. Its been really tough and now I'm at that stage where I want another dog. My bdays Tuesday and a dog is all I want. My dad says yes but my mom says no=( I get soooo lonely though BC I loved her solo much. I said we were sisters so its reallly hard.
by laxchik18 on 1/13/2011 6:27:21 PM
We had a 4 month old kitten that just suddenly died from thickening of the heart,we buried her in the back yar,we old had her 2 months but I didn`t stop crying for weeks.We now have a 8 month old cat who`s sweet.But I`ll never forget Ginger,I still cry about her.
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by ariash on 1/13/2011 5:21:21 PM
hey i know you feel. i just lost two animals that ive had for about 6 or more years. i lost my guinea pig of 6 years to a massive heartatack and a month later my dog that ive had since i was 5 and im 16 so ya. i know how you feel. just remember the good times and keep moving forward. my dog was really sick and had to put her down than her suffer. God is doing whats best. he knows what hes is doing and it was just time. Brittany T.
by corkybob on 1/13/2011 2:21:56 PM
by kikidee12 on 1/13/2011 11:17:55 AM
I recently went through this, still am with our family dog of 6 years. Buster was actually like the dog featured in the picture. He got hit by a car at the beginning of December. We loved him a lot but he was a runner, and it was bound to happen. I feel bad, but I've got past the crying, and it's starting to get better, he was an older doggie turning 10 this year and we gave him a wonderful life. I've also had to put animals down and that is the worst too. You just have to remember that they are pets, they are members of the family but you can't get too attached, they never live as long as you.
by originality95 on 1/13/2011 8:00:12 AM
I know how she feels, I lost a dog, But i am moving on. I am actully getting a puppy!
by lolmiaoxo1 on 1/12/2011 9:47:11 PM
I know exactly how you feel: I had known our dog ever since I was born. A few years ago he had devoloped this cancerous looking lump, and over the years it juts got bigger and bigger, until it was as big as your fist or more. I don't think it was cancer, but I don't know what it was, but he was getting really sick, and this recent October we had to put him down. before we put him down we gave him a hamburger from Mcdonalds, because he was normally forbidden to have such foods. Me and my dad went to the vets office and waited for the doctor. I had never seen an animal being put down so I didn't know what to expect, and I have to say it was one of the hardest things I had to do. When we buried him we put a few of his loved toys with him. I hope that if you have to go through that you will be prepared when the time comes.
Wish you the best
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