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Discussion in 'Other Chatter' started by Wayne, May 27, 2013.
My thoughts are with you at this hard time .
15 years is a good innings and he's not suffering any more - you can look back to all the fun times you had and he'll never really be gone
Feeling for you. I lost two dogs in March & I really thought I would never get over it, in fact, had I a firearm at my disposal I probably wouldn't be typing this, but rivers of tears have been shed, raging anger evacuated & time has worked it's magic...... the dark clouds have lifted & although I had no intention of getting another dog, life just seemed so vacuous without the presence of a hound, so after much reflexion I adopted another dog a week ago now (see bushcraft chatter).....the adventure continues.
Although you arn't ready to hear this just yet I do urge you,when the time is right, to consider adopting a dog from a rescue, you are obviously brilliant dog owners & not only will you make a dog very happy you will also enrich your own lives. You have so much to offer a dog it would be a shame to let it go to waste.
Strength to you. Can't think of what I'd do if I lost my dog.
All the best Wayne.
It's one of the toughest things to lose one that has given you his/her utter devotion.... There is no easy way to let them go, you just know it's the right thing. Be strong mate. I like this too, someone gave it me when my old fella passed and it made me think toward the future a bit... It's called "The Dogs Will"