Join Date: Aug 2019
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So sorry for your loss. The hardest thing about owning dogs is losing them. I think they are angels that God sent to us to make our lives easier, make us laugh, and remind us not to take life too seriously. We had to put our 15 year old Katie to sleep about 3 years ago. She was suffering from mammary cancer. I held her in my arms and felt her relax as her pain went away. We do have so many happy memories of her. When she was a very young pup, she loved to sit next to my husband on the couch. Inevitably, she would fall asleep sitting there and slowly slip off the couch onto the floor. She slept in her crate with no crying from day 1. She was very easily housebroken. She was a friend to all, dogs and people alike. She easily passed her CGC.
I think that dogs go to heaven. I hope we will get to join her someday.
You will never really replace your girl, but perhaps a new pup will come along to help fill the hole in your heart. My thoughts are with you as I write this while sitting on Katie's couch.