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Thank you
by: Kimberly

Thank you for your kind words. It's been about two months now and I still miss her every day. But the pain has subsided and I'm able to remember her without hurting so much.

Canine Soulmate
by: Coral (UK)

I too lost my canine soul mate after making the difficult decision to put my Springer Spaniel Ralph to sleep last November 2011. It's been over 1 year now and it breaks my heart to not have him here with me. I do know however that everything I ever did for him was in his best interests and as hard as I tried to keep his pain away he told me he'd had enough. He looked into my eyes and communicated without a murmur. I knew it was time and he would have done the same for me if the roles were reversed. As soon as I made the decision he refused all medication and was picky with his food, he was preparing. Some say they do this as it helps them pass over quickly. My boy was beautiful with a wonderful character and sense of humour. He loved his life and lived how he wanted to, following his heart. He taught me unconditional love, impatience and how to live in the moment. I now stop and take time to take in everything around me, his gift to me. I too feel like I have lost part of my soul. I believe our precious dogs take that with them and leave a pieced of their soul with us.
Even though we may not ever truly get over their loss I think the pain gets easier to bear with time. We can only hope that one day, after that final goodbye, there will be another hello.
My thoughts are with you.
Coral x x

by: Anonymous

Don't mourn for so long, Jazzy wouldn't like that.
Her physical presence might not be there anymore, but Jazzy lives forever - in your heart and in your soul. :)

You did the right thing
by: celeste

I too wondered the same thing as you when I took my Freddy to the the vets for his injection. He had lung cancer, he was full of it and the only sign he gave me was one day he would not eat. He was only 8 yrs old and the so beautiful. Fred knew at least 100 words, he was brilliant! I have never known a dog like him. The vet told me I could take him home and he might live 3 weeks with the medication. I took him home and 2 days later I made my decision. The hardest decision of my entire life! My husband told me that it was the most un-selfish thing I ever did, because I wanted him alive for every last day, but I looked in Fred's eyes and I got my answer, he did not want to live like that with no quality of life. May your Jazzy rest in peace with my Fred and no more pain. God Bless You

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