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  • #16
    Originally posted by pdgal9 View Post
    One of our office dogs passed away a few months ago from complications as well. It was difficult for everyone as we were used to seeing him on a daily basis. Time and sharing great memories we had with Hugo definitely helped the process along. My coworker wrote this piece honoring Hugo with tips for owners once their beloved pet has crossed the bridge. Hope this helps a bit for other pet owners out there.
    Nice article. There are no good words when pet dies.
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    • #17
      I have no such a fresh loss luckily, but I have one four legged lady kept in my heart forever <3 I had many pets in my life, but Maria was that one and only pet that move you and change you. I adopted her from a shelter when she was only 3 months old and we spend 3 wonderful years together. One crazy day, she just run out of house and was hit by a car. Just like that, in a minute, no time to react, no nothing. Not only she changed me while she was still alive, but I learned so much even from dealing with her death. It happened in the beginning of 2013. and I have now my lovely Cooper, who is amazing too, but I will never ever eveer forget that one crazy little fool <3 So, whoever comes here to find comfort (or at least to try to) - you are not alone. Not alone and not crazy if your grief for an animal is (almost) as tough as for a human.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Samantha113 View Post
        I have no such a fresh loss luckily, but I have one four legged lady kept in my heart forever <3 I had many pets in my life, but Maria was that one and only pet that move you and change you. I adopted her from a shelter when she was only 3 months old and we spend 3 wonderful years together. One crazy day, she just run out of house and was hit by a car. Just like that, in a minute, no time to react, no nothing. Not only she changed me while she was still alive, but I learned so much even from dealing with her death. It happened in the beginning of 2013. and I have now my lovely Cooper, who is amazing too, but I will never ever eveer forget that one crazy little fool <3 So, whoever comes here to find comfort (or at least to try to) - you are not alone. Not alone and not crazy if your grief for an animal is (almost) as tough as for a human.
        Yes, grief for an animal is real, and it's deep. Only people who don't have pets wouldn't understand that. Welcome to the forum, and I hope to hear about Cooper.
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