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'Becky & Roxy'

About Roxy

Roxy my Greyhound cross I loved him because he was the best dog in the world to me.

When did you lose Roxy?

I lost Roxy on the 11th of April 2011.

At which stage of pet loss grief do you feel you are currently at? Or how are you feeling right now?

I feel I am easily upset and just at the beginning of grief.

Becky and Roxy's Story so far

Roxy was a tall greyhound cross with a loving heart. He was adopted by my parents from a shelter after being badly treated. He was adopted a few years before I was born. I loved him from the start and he was my best friend. We have shared loads of memories. I loved him and I still do.

Roxy died on the 11th of April 2011. He was 13 when he died. The last time I saw him it was a morning and he was going to go to the vets that night. I never got to say goodbye to him. He was my sweet guardian but now he is my sweet guardian angel.

Me and Roxy were always together. A couple of weeks before he parted we spent most of the time together and now that he is gone I feel like I have been ripped into two.

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Why Do I Feel So Bad Today?

July 4, 2011

Today I feel like I should just curl up into a corner and sleep for a week. I just feel like I don't have a heart anymore. Life is plain and boring. Nothing …

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