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I'm so sorry for your loss! :cry: Losing a pet is the worst. Especially one you've had for such a long time. Pony hugs. :ponylove::ponylove::ponylove:
 

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I am so sorry I had to put my 12 year old Great Dane down. It's never easy. Just try and remember the good times.
 

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I’m so sorry to hear about your loss. Zoey was lucky to have you and your family for her 12 years on this earth. Now she’s gone to the rainbow bridge and playing like a pup again with all the other dogs up there. Sending my thoughts & hugs to you and your family. <3
 

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I'm sorry for your loss I agree with everyone else it's best to remember the good times and be happy that she had a good life for 12 years and you'll have her in your memories so she'll never be really Gone it's tough at first when you lose someone but it will get better I'm going to sending you some digital :xmashug::xmashug::xmashug: just remember everyone here on the TradingPost is always here to help you get through this :xmashug::xmashug:
 

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Oh dear, that is so rough. I'm sorry you have to deal with all this pain; it's neither fun nor fair.

My dog passed away earlier this year just a few days before his 13th birthday and it gutted me. I'm slowly getting to feeling better, but it's hard. So much of your life can be built around your furry friends, and losing them leaves you lost and adrift.

I'll be keeping you in my thoughts. I'm glad your Zoey got to have such a long and loved life with you. <3
 

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I'm so sorry for the loss of your Zoey! It is so hard to lose a pet. They are truly part of our families. Prayers for you and your family.
 

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I'm so sorry. I understand how hard it is. We lost a dog four years ago who would have turned twelve this year. He was precious and I couldn't stop myself from crying even when I returned to work, which was a few days after. Dogs are invaluable parts of our families.
 

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I'm so sorry for your loss! It's never easy to loose someone who has been such a special part of your life! You and Zoey were so lucky to find each other and you have so many happy memories of her. Look to you family for comfort and know that everyone here is thinking of you at this time.
 

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Thank You All So Much I Appeciate it Her Being Gone Now it Has Been Really Hard on Me And Upsetting For me Cause I Have Been Through So Much The Last Two years 2017&2018 And Fixing To Be More My Doc Thanks My Cancer is Trying To Come Back.
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Oh goodness! I really, really hope your doctor is wrong and the cancer isn’t returning. Cancer is such a terrible disease, I’m so sorry you’ve had to go through it.

It’s been almost a year now since I lost Zephyr and little Lola. To be honest, I’m still extremely gutted by both their losses. Just the memory of my Zephyr every time I think of him my heart still aches. BUT having said that, the good memories outweigh the sad. Almost daily my Mum and I share little “omg that’s so Zephyr” or “do you remember when Zeph ...” then we laugh because he was basically a comedian of the dog world. It has also helped a lot to know and see how many lives he touched on our journey together.

Remember, it’s okay to cry and be angry and upset and happy and all the feels in the world. Allow yourself to go through it all. It’s important.

If you need someone to talk to, feel free to send me a pm. :xmashug:Your not alone in any of this. <3

JUST DONT WATCH THE MOVIE A DOG’S PURPOSE!!!! I balled my eyes out through the whole dang thing.
 

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I'm so sorry! I lost my little 19 yr old sweetie Pinky last year and I still get sad without her. Losing a pet can be gutting.
 
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I'll never own an American Eskimo, black and white shih tzu, or Yorkshire terrier ever again... or an Egyptian Mau, Persian cross, or Scottish fold, too. Oh, or any Missouri Fox trotter. The pain is always there.
Unfortunately for my heart I can never deny a dog a home. Taking in injured, abused, elderly dogs... I have a lot of losses. Some little dogs just cling closer to your being, I guess. I love them all, yet a few stand firmer in memory and cling to my ankles longer. Pinky was one of the saddest cases I'd ever have arrive and in the 17 years I owned her (or rather she owned me) she made an inedible mark on my spirit. In ways, it's like she never left me, until I see her little bed. Empty. Then I sense her physical absence more profoundly than ever. Coupled with the loss of my aunt, my house is a sad echo of remorse right now.
 

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Unfortunately for my heart I can never deny a dog a home. Taking in injured, abused, elderly dogs... I have a lot of losses. Some little dogs just cling closer to your being, I guess. I love them all, yet a few stand firmer in memory and cling to my ankles longer. Pinky was one of the saddest cases I'd ever have arrive and in the 17 years I owned her (or rather she owned me) she made an inedible mark on my spirit. In ways, it's like she never left me, until I see her little bed. Empty. Then I sense her physical absence more profoundly than ever. Coupled with the loss of my aunt, my house is a sad echo of remorse right now.
If I had space and the means, I'd take in so many more dogs.
 
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