“Doc, I can’t do this again. I will never get another dog (or cat). It’s too hard to lose them, to say goodbye for the last time.” Veterinarians commonly hear this or very similar statements of grief when euthanizing a pet. The owner has formed a strong bond and the pain is almost too much to bear.
9 Things I learned after losing my dog - pet bereavement - Losing a cherished pet is heartbreaking. My dog Daisy died earlier this year and I shared the things I learned to mark Pet Remembrance Day. #dogs #dogcare #dogowners #doglover #dog #wellness #selfcare
It took me about a month to run the vacuum. I couldn't bear to vanquish all the stray Jeffie hair. There's still a spot that hasn't seen the vac. Just a little slice between the bed and the window wall in my office. It's where Jeffie liked to nap stretched out. There he could easily keep an eye on me, yet be handy to the window and his security duties. I'd often glance over and see him watching me. If something upset me while I was working, he'd immediately come over, put a paw on my knee…
♡☆ "We may not be together in the way we used to be we are connected by a cord no eye can see so whenever you need to find me we're never far apart If you look beyond the horizontally and listen with your heart" ☆♡