help, i can't come over my dogs death!!?
June 1, 2009 4:06am CST
i lost my dog 3days ago. she was a 4 year old dalmation . we did as much we could, she died of gall bladder failure. when she came home 4 years ago, dad looked about information on dogs so it was started that, dalmations usually have urinary troubles and usually die of gall bladder rupture. i still don't believe this someone was saying don't cry, mummy will get you another dog. don't they any emotions... i loved her a lot she was my best friend. i cant get the image of her out of my mind. please give some advice... thank you for your help...
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8 Jun 09
I know how u feel. I lost my lil girl, she was a dark brindle Bouvier. She was very smart and would talk her head off if u would talk to her, she had to get the last word in ..There is really not much anyone can say to eash the pain, just think of how good she was for u and never forget.. REMEMBER ALWAYS LUV YOUR DOG/PET, THEY WILL ALWAYS LUV U..
• United States
3 Jun 09
With God all things are possible. If you give it to God, he will take care of this care for you. I have lost a dog before and all I could do is rely on God and let God take care of that part of my life for me. You know what? God helped me through it. He can do it for you. When he said that he has no respective of persons, what he meant was that when he heals someone of whatever it is, he can do it for you.
3 Jun 09
Hi friend, I am so, so sorry for your loss. People who are not animal lovers never understand how deeply the grief is when you lose a pet. It is just like losing a part of your family. I lost my dog when I was 16 years old and she was 16 when we had to get her put to sleep. We had to do this because she had gone senile and her quality of life was not good at all. You know my parent bought me another dog about a month later. I will tell you right now, I hated that dog when I first got him. I thought, you are trying to replace (Tammy), but they weren't. And sure enough within a couple of weeks, I loved the Golden Retriever as much as Tammy. So grieve as much as you need to. And realize, it usually does make it easier to have another dog to chum around with. It will take you a little while for sure and no animal will ever replace another one, but it sure fills that hole just a little bit, then a whole lot. Good luck to you and try and have a good summer. Sincerely, Cheryl
• United States
2 Jun 09
She was a family member, and it's going to take a lot longer than 3 days to get over it. I had a greyhound when I was a kid, and after I got out of the Marine Corps it was my job to take him to the vet to be put down. Do you have any idea how hard it is to drive when you're crying? On top of that I had to pay them to do it. It will take time, but you will get over it. Just remember all the fun you had with her, think of her fondly. I hope this helps.
1 Jun 09
We can't help you with that, you need to overcome it by yourself, its painful but you have to. Don't forget her and don't throw away the thoughts of her that come up, treasure them. Make it so that when you think about her, you think the good moments you had together, its ok to cry but it won't change anything, it'll just make you feel better afterwards. Good luck.