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Refreshme Refreshme thanked Pepper pot's answer

Sorry to hear your sad news, Dragonfly. Yes I had a rabbit when I was young that I loved dearly, he never pooped in the house, he followed me around the house and garden, I still dream about him.  After him a few years later I had a small dog,  he was great.  No matter … Read more

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Refreshme Refreshme thanked Tom Jackson's answer

All of my dogs have been so for me.

Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in Mankind
(John Donne--No Man is an Island.)

Perhaps the death of a pet does not diminish me, but it is certainly a real loss and that loss leaves a scar.

My dogs exemplified "good."  I choose to think that all … Read more

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Refreshme Refreshme thanked Dark Majinn's answer

Sorry for your family's loss Dragon Fly.

I have had many pets that were part of our family that gave us great comfort and joy . . . I hold their memories in my mind, and think of them often.

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Refreshme Refreshme thanked Ancient Hippy's answer

I'm very sorry for your loss Dragonfly, losing a pet is as bad as losing a person.

My dog was a comfort to my wife in her final months on the Earth. He never left her side and was even allowed to visit her in the hospital a few times, in the wee hours of … Read more

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Refreshme Refreshme thanked hindu girl's answer

2 years ago our dog winter died he was old about 15 he was the only dog i ever knew  ( i was 11 when he died im 14 now) he was a farm dog so he stayed outside most of the time then when weRead more

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Refreshme Refreshme thanked Tiger Paws' answer

I'm so sorry Dragonfly!

My heart breaks for you and your daughter . Pets are wonderful to have, they give us such undivided love. I had a dog many years ago, her name was Miss Penny. She lived almost 18 years, after she passed I could never get another one.  Little girl took a hugh hunk … Read more

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Refreshme Refreshme answered dragonfly forty-six's question

Sorry for your loss. I also have lost pets dying at home. Two of them.

There is some comfort when their passing comes at their own time and at home.  I think its far worst when they are brought into the vets for euthanasia.  That knowing must be really hard on pet owners.