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Barefoot1

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I lost my baby on 4-17-18.we have been together for almost 16 yrs. She was the most beautiful minature dachsund to in the world. I first got missb for my wife. Three yrs later my now ex wife headed for greener pastures.Thats when b became the woman of the house. She was always at the door to see me off,then she never missed a day to welcome me home. We went everywhere together. Everyone at my work new missb. One day when she was sick i even took my little buddy to work. Noone asked about me about how i was they always wanted to hear about miss b. I never thought about her getting old then last week on sunday she began to look sick,by mon morn i thought she not going to make it thru the day. But she did she looked better and i feltt alot better. Then tues morn she could not walk or even stand. I took her to the vet knowing she wasnt coming home. Its only been five days but i am destroyed,empty,sadder then ive ever been in my life. I have asked God thru unending prayers to please take this paralyzing pain away. She is all i think about i truely think she is in heaven and i will see my miss b again. Does it get easier does it get better? I cant stand this pain and emptiness Lord please help me. I miss you miss b.
Always__there

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Hello BF...
Feeling your despair and overall grief, know that the Forum assists greatly by tuning into other pet owners that also have gone down the same road or are experiencing grief in the moment. The pain you feel is real raw emotion and in time you will come to accept and realise that you acted in your pet's best interest. Your wee dashund of 16y and my darling chihuahua, also of the same year, well into their senior years and with that advancement comes medical issues. Out of Love that we lay them to rest so as they will suffer no more. The void is unspeakable, but with that said... They are at Peace and Silence is golden. Know that We gave them the best life possible and they return their gratitude with unconditional love and loyalty. I am Happy that my wee one made it to his golden year of 16y. Be Happy for the treasured memories, the bonding between MissB and yourself.... For the Love of an animal. My Heart goes out to You....
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Barefoot1

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Thank you sherry perry it means alot that someone actually read about my little girl. I am selfish because even though i knew this was best i still wanted her with me. Yes the void is unspeakable...thank you.
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Dearest Miss B's dad,
I think Sherry said it all. I am so sorry for your loss and the pain you are feeling. She lost her Chihuahua at about 16 years as I did. I lost my "heart dog" Termy, he was just over 16 years. We knew the day was coming, we saw the gray around the muzzle and the silver on the ears but we only wanted one more day so to speak. I try hard to remember the journey of over 16 years and the time spent loving him. Memories are all we have, so hold tight to them. You'll cry and grieve. Give into your tears, it's a way to let the pain go. We cry because of the love we had and the emptiness we now live with. You will see Missb again because she is at the Bridge where she will wait until it's time to be reunited again. It's what keeps me going. knowing I will see termy again.
Love and doggie hugs
Termy's mom
Barefoot1

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Termys mom, thank you so much im so glad i found this site. It helps so much to hear from people with the same experience . I also knew the day was coming but would not admit it. The love i have for miss b is amazing, the pain i have is equally amazing. I didnt think it would hurt so much. This forum and your words really do help. I am bery sorry for your loss. Termy will be waiting with miss b for both of us. Thank you.
Barefoot1

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Miss b my sweet angel miss b. Its been one week since you left me. I didnt know a person could cry so much,i just cant stop. Nothing seems to matter anymore. Time has stopped. I was so happy that two people read about you,if they had only known you. Please forgive me i feel so guilty. I love you so much. I cant let go. Dear lord please be with me. I need you so much god please take care my baby b.
cosesmom

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Dearest Barefoot1,
I wouldn't have missed what you wrote about Miss b for the world. I wish your sharing her with us was under different circumstances as all of here share the same hurt and pain as you do. You said you didn't know a person could cry so much neither did I, 7 months ago. I still cry and sometimes sob uncontrollably. You will do for awhile. I have gotten to the point also that nothing matters anymore and I want to be with my Termy. He was the only living, breathing being that really got me. The guilt will stay with you for awhile because of a decision we made that haunts us every day. I am trying to let go of the guilt and honor my Life and journey that I shared with Termy, it's tough but I try.  I know deep inside that our babies wouldn't want us to feel guilty because they know we did it out of love.
Please feel to write about Miss b, I'd love to here about her and writing may help you.
love and doggie hugs
Termy's mom
Barefoot1

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Its been 2 weeks td miss b and i could not sleep last night. Im told it will get better but it hasnt yet. I dont really think it will. Baby girl i miss you so much. Everybody says to get another one. Thats not the answer,there ks no answer. I wanted to tell the world jow special you are but i cant. Everytime i start to come to this page i just start crying my eyes out. So this is the last time ill be on here its to hard. I only want to say baby i love you and miss you more than life itself. I cant process that your gone. Miss b please forgive me.
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Dear Keith, you reached out to me so I am reaching out to you. I won't say it will get better soon because it hasn't for me. The guilt and the love are with you moment to moment. I have found that what makes it alittle more bearable is when you are feeling overwhelmed try to remember a moment when she was so happy it made you laugh. That way for a moment you will have a smile. Let the tears come but try to remember happy times. I have found this helps me because I don't want Brandy's memories to be all tears. You can tell her that you love her and miss her, I believe they hear us. I start every morning with telling Brandy I love her, miss her and she was the best dog God ever created. I am sure you feel the same way so tell her. Every night tell her goodnight and tell her how much she is loved, that is what I do. Please let me know how you are doing and you and Miss B are in my prayers. Diane Brandy's mom
Barefoot1

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Diane, thank you so much i thought i was the only one that says good morning and good night to a dog that is no longer here. It helps when i say something to B, tell her i want to see her again. I do still cry everyday i cry I want it to stop but it wont. I to tell B how much i love and miss her. God this is terrible. I want her back so bad. Thank you DIane. Keith miss B's dad.
diane772

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I feel so bad for you but I truly understand what you are going through. I still feel the pain and the loneliness of loosing my Brandy. Keep coming here and telling of your pain. It is the only thing that has gotten me through. We all need to vent our pain and even anger over what has happened, so come here. We all understand.  Diane
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Keith,
I too understand what you are going through. I also talk to Termy every night as I gaze at the star I picked out that dreadful night and wish him a good day for tomorrow. I tell him I miss him and love him so much and blow him a good night kiss. I've done this since September 18th and haven't missed a night. Diane, you and I loved our babies so much and we may never be the same again. I to cry every day. I think we all would like to have Brandy, Missb and Termy back but now we wait until we can be reunited with them at the Bridge. I am so sorry you are struggling so much, I did to but I reached out for professional help to deal with my feelings. It seems to be helping. I wish you peace and love.
Love and doggie hugs
Termy's mom
Barefoot1

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Termy's mom diane i just wanted to thank noth of you for your kind words. MissB was a tough little girl nothing ever seened to stop her. I thought she would be with me at least another year or so. Well that didnt happen and my tough little angel is gone. Im destroyed, im on medication to help and im still lost. Well thank both of you for helping and i hope you both find an ease to yohr pain. I fear i will not, so life goes on. Thank both lf you so much. Hugs and dog kisses. Keith....no im MISS B'S dad.
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Keith and Termy's mom, Please stay strong. Our babies would not want us to fall apart. Think back, I will bet they did every thing to make you feel better, I know Brandy did. She always knew when I was down and she would do something silly to make me smile and then she would want hugs and kisses. I am sure your babies would do the same. I truly know what it is like to lose part of your heart. I have lost it forever, it will always be with Brandy but I know she is holding it safe until I see her again. So stay strong they are watching over us. Both of you are in my prayers always Diane
KerryGizzysMomCrying

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Not sure if anyone is even still on this thread, but having searched the internet for hours, this is where I ended up. I lost my sweet 11 month old to parvo 48 hours ago, and I'm in a black hole of despair that right now I can't find a way out of. Just wondering if anyone was available Xo
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Dear Kerrygizzysmom, I am so sorry for your loss. This is a good place to be for your grief. It helps to tell your story and the way you are feeling, I know it helps me. It is the only thing that gets me through every day. Please come back and be with people that understand the loss of their loved ones.
Barefoot1

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Dear ,Kerrygizzy mom, no need to search the internet anymore. Here you will find people that truely care. We wont tell you to get another dog. Cheer up its been long enough. First there is no tme frame ro feel better..i wish there was. You feel the way you do because you have lost a loved one. You need to mourn you need to cry. And if i helps,as it does me,come her to write your feelings down to people in tbe same situation. .Miss B dad. Xo
Barefoot1

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Kerrygizzysmom,Termys mom and Diane Brandys mom, i hope you are all doing better. I fore one am wondering why god lets this suffering go on. Why hasnt this pain gotten any better. Is he punshing me for past deeds. That little 12 pound ball of fur is gone i still cant process that,when will this diminish. Sorry just thinking out loud. I hope at least yall are doing well. MISS B'S DAD.
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Miss B's dad, I wish I could say it will get better soon but I am still waiting. I guess I am learning to live with the pain and sorrow. I do not believe God is punishing you or me, I prefer to look at it that he blessed us to have them in our lives. I know Brandy had a wonderful life with me as I did with her. I am sure Miss B had a wonderful life with you. It is a good thing you came here to vent because it does help so keep coming back. I will always listen and try to ease your pain, you are also helping me so Thank you. Please take care, Diane
Barefoot1

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Diane thank you. Now let me tell you my family has gotten me another dog. I really dont want one right now. She is beautiful with some of MISS B's manurisms. She is a good a good girl that was going to be sent to the pound more than likely. I just mentioned i didnt really want one yet,everybody got upset. So now i have a dog i dont really want on top of this pain that isnt ever going to go away. Just when i was rock bottom i have another step ive gone down. Even with all this pain i wouldnt give up one second with MISS B as i am sure you would not with BRANDY. If this is a price i have to pay to havehad her then well i am paying. Thanks for your ear. MISS B's dad.
KerryGizzysMomCrying

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Firstly thank you everyone for your kind words. Tomorrow will be my ten day mark. The vet called me to let me know his ashes are ready for collection, and I broke down in my office.
I lost him at 10 months, and had to deactivate my FaceBook account as it kept bringing up 'Memory' posts of me posting his pictures a year back.
We have just moved to a farm, after 30 years in the suburbs, and little Gizmo loved this place. So did I, but now coming home each day without him here, is devastating. I want to leave.
The problem is that any progress I make each day is destroyed each night.
See, Gizzy visits me in my dreams every night. Sometimes his back is broken and he is lame, other nights he is okay.
Each time he appears, so does his vet, and I always ask how he can be here, and she explains that sometimes they survive the euthanasia, which at the time, in the dream, makes perfect sense.
After that, I spend all my time feircly protecting him from whatever dangers my dream (or nightmare) being, and if he is hurt, he always heals. We are happy, and I hold him close.
When I wake up in the morning I am reaching out for him, and the realisation hits me that none of it was real, and he is still not here. I'm never far from tears.
All I can do is just try to keep busy with work or cleaning, because the realisation that no one's words of comfort make one ounce of difference, and that no matter how hard I try, I can never wish him back.
What does help is knowing that other people out there also experience this despair, and that I can talk to those people.
Barefoot: The very first thing I did was try to replicate my sweet baby boy. I tried (thankfully) unsuccessfully to locate his parents to find out if they were expecting another litter. That's how badly I needed him back.
But then I realised that this would achieve nothing more than than dishonouring his precious memory, and that although I might never find another like him, I would find something close, and that was enough.
If that new pup didn't have a similar personality, I would end up resenting it.
Your family were wrong to get you another dog before you were ready, but understand their intentions were good.
You owe it to yourself, your lost pup and especially the new pup to rather rehome it if you don't feel you can give it 100%.
And there is NOTHING wrong with that.
You will know when your heart has healed enough for your next baby, when you can love him or her for themselves, rather than trying to find what you had.
I wish you all the very best of luck.
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Dear Miss B's dad, I understand how you are feeling about the new dog but maybe this opportunity was sent by God. Let her ease some of your pain[ no not all of it] but she does need your help. Don't compare her to Miss B but try to appreciate her qualities. Allow her to help you smile. It will never erase Miss B from your heart but maybe she will fill an empty space in your life. I'm sure you will be good to this new dog so let her be good to you. Try talking to her about how you feel about Miss B. Dogs are very good listeners and never pass judgement. Thank you for talking with me and let me know how it is going. Your family will understand eventually, they just wanted to help you.Please take care and remember you have a friend in me who truly understands. Diane
Barefoot1

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KerryGizzysmom and Diane my brother and sis in law live here i asked them to share the new dog and thet said they would. That really lowers my guilt level. Diane i do intend to talk to her about MISS B. I do hope it will help, and yes your words have helped me tremendously. B was the only one to truely get me also. KerryGizzysmom this way i can also have them take care of the new dog. I am not ready for another dog,might not ever be. At least you get to see your baby in your dreams. I have never seen MISS B or thought i heard or saw her spirit. Remember kerryGizzysmom i hope you talk to your baby at night you to diane Brandy can still her you. It helps me go to sleep.
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Miss B's dad, I am glad you have worked it out so you are comfortable with the situation. Yes I still talk to Brandy every day and she has come to my dreams twice. It is not a nightmare, just a moment of a dream. One time she was sitting next to my bed like she always did and one time we were outside and she was watching the neighbors like she always did. I believe she is telling me she is ok and will see me again. One thing I do want to say that someone said to me, don't feel guilty about another dog. Miss B loves you and wants you to be happy but most important she knows your love and would be very happy if you shared that with another dog. Dogs do not know jealousy. You will never love another like Miss B but you can love in many different ways so please try. There is nothing equal to a dogs love. Miss B will come to see you when the time is right, I do believe that. Keep in touch, I would love to hear how it is going. Your friend Diane
KerryGizzysMomCrying

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Hi Guys. I do apologize, I battle work the site on here, and I think I may have confused names...
Last night, ironically because of my post, was the first night I did not dream of Giz since he left us.
It was okay. Most nights I try to read this thread, I avoid it because I've kept my mind busy and I know reading it will bring the inevitable tears, but I can never NOT read your replies, so I do- but when I cry, they are more happy tears- I want to thank you guys for that...
I have been trying to figure out what to do with Gizzys ashes, and iv come up with an idea- I am sourcing tiny little silver and glass vials, from which I intend ( with the help of a jewler friend) to make/convert a delicate bracelet and a necklace. I like the idea because it is preserving him and wearing him whenever I have hard day- close to my pulse points.
If we could find a way of exchanging details I'd be happy to show you how, or make them for each of you?
Now just to find the strength to go pick the ashes up. Weirdly I am dreading this the most, the finality scares the living bejesus out of me :-(
Again, thank you to you so so much, this little corner of the internet where other people's grief runs as deep and as raw as my own, is the only thing keeping me sane at the moment. Xxo
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Dear KerryGizzysMom, You do sound better today for which I am glad. Picking up the ashes is very hard but when I got Brandy's ashes it somehow comforted me. She was home where she belonged. I have her in a very pretty urn in my bedroom where I can say good morning, good night and when ever I need to talk to her. It gives me great comfort and when I die she goes with me. Keep coming here, it helps so much to be able to tell how you are feeling and to help other people by just listening. I am glad that you have found a way to to keep Gizzy close to you. It will help to ease your pain. Take care Diane
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Diane and KerryGizzy's mom,what an idiot i only had the vet put Miss Bs pad print in clay. I wasnt thinking very clear that terrible day and i did not get her ashes. Now my little girl's ashes are in some freakin landfill. A landfill, how could i let that happen? Just one more stupid thing i have done to my girl that i have to live with. That day i just wanted to leave the office i could have taken a second to at least decide to keep her out of a landfill. God she doesnt deserve that. Im glad yall are smarter than me. Please forgive me Miss B. Thank you DIane and KerryGizzy'mom.
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Miss B's dad, please forgive yourself. We all have regrets, I wish I would have thought of the pawprint. You were going through something so terrible and your mind just stops working. Her ashes maybe some where unknown but her soul is with you.I brought home her ashes because I wanted something to still love. I also put her dog tags on my key chain so she is with me in the car. I would imagine you still have things that she loved or that she had everyday, put those things in special places so she will feel close. Please remember she is not with her ashes anymore, she is waiting for you with God. I am sure Miss B is saying there is nothing to forgive, dogs do not hold grudges, they love unconditional and forever. Diane
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Miss B's Dad:
No, you don't get to blame yourself. Your grief must be focused on Miss B, don't detract from that by involving yourself.
You were in no position to make any decisions after you lost that precious little angel.
You want to talk about guilt? How about me, who took on more animals than I can afford, resulting in not having enough money to vaccinate my baby boy, which would have at least given him a fighting chance when the Parvo virus that attacked his little body, stole him from me.
Do not go down that road, it has no end.
Just as you wish you'd thought to keep her ashes, I beat myself up for not spending more than 15 minutes with him before they put him to sleep, for not thinking to get a little paw print- chances that are forever lost now.
You listen to me: We ARE going to get through this. Together.
I hope I am not contaveneing the group's rules by asking this, but please try to find me on Facebook (Kerry Lee Keightley)
Otherwise email me on kerry(dot)cape(at)Gmail(com)
Or WhatsApp me on area code (0027)
Number: zero eight three five five four zero two four four.
I have found other ways of preserving Gizzys memory, and I want to help you.
Thank you both for your messages. This little corner of the internet is what gets me (if just barely) through these days.
So much love and strength,
GizzysMom
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Miss B's daddy,
Diane is correct, there is nothing to forgive. Miss B's spirit is with you always and forever. There are so many things to hold onto that meant so much to them. Find something that Miss B cherished and put it some place that will always speak to you that Miss B was real. She is in Heaven at the Bridge playing with Brandy, Gizzy and Termy. I have his color hanging on my rear view mirror and his favorite toy on my head board and his harness is still hanging by the door. These are the things that connect me to Termy. Find your connection and make a memorial to honor Miss B she'll look down and say boy my daddy loves me.
I am so sorry your vet was so callous and threw our her ashes. That was just cold.  Shame on them! They should have called and reminded you because they know that at a time like this we parents aren't thinking straight.
We understand and share your sadness.
Love and doggie hugs
Termy's mom
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Yes Termy's mom i have her bed and blanket still sitting by the door. She loved to wrap up in her blanket and lean on the side of the bed and l look out the french door. Gizzy'mom i have tried to send email and facebook you. Im on facebook keith barefoot. Pic has Miss B on the couch beside me. Or anybody can email me at keithbarefoot @yahoo.com. And thanks Bandy's mom i habe put het paw print buy the door and rub it when i leave and come home. Thank you all so very much this would be impossibme without yall. MISS B's dad
KerryGizzysMomCrying

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Hi Keith, super, I did get your email, will check FB.
How are you feeling today?
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Miss B's Daddy,

You did the most ultimate loving thing you could do for Miss B.  That is unconditional love.  Please forgive yourself for the ashes.  Miss B will ALWAYS be with you in your heart.  She has a place there that can never be replaced.  You were an awesome daddy.  Please don't be hard on yourself.

As I said on here, I had to have my princess, Rosie, euthanized three weeks ago.  The grief and agony were almost unbearable but I knew it was time for my sweet little jack russell girl to go home.  I remember wailing in despair as they injected the final drug.  The pain I felt was horrible but Miss Rosie had a good life and, if I were in her place, I would want the same done for me.  

Unfortunately I got another dog too soon after my Ginger passed away 15 years ago.  If you do not feel comfortable with this dog, let her go to another home.  DO NOT FEEL GUILTY.  You aren't ready for this.  I gave up Tipper because I had not grieved Ginger.  It is not bad to rehome the dog your family thought you needed.  Unless you've been there, people do not understand that you cannot replace a family member with another.  God Bless you.
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Thank you Jackie Teller i tried very hard to give Miss B the best life possible. The worst part for me was that she was very happy and healthy then 36 hours later we are at the vet. I am letting my bro basically take care of the new one. We actually live together but he has her on his side i you are very right i cant handle another one right now. Its not fairto her really cause ive already found myself comparing her to B. Thank you Jackie Teller.
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Dear JackieTeller, I am so sorry about Rosie. I understand what you are saying about another dog. But some people can love another which is a good choice for them. Some people need time to grieve, we are all different. You are very understanding about that situation. Miss B's dad should do what he needs to do to get through this. No one should feel guilty about doing the best they can but I know guilt comes with the situation. I still feel so guilty about Brandy and everyone says I did the right thing including the vet. I still can't get another dog although I miss Brandy's love so much. It has been over 3 months and still feels like yesterday. God bless and you are in my prayers Diane
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Miss B's Daddy, 

I understand how traumatic it is when she was "fine" one day and "passed" the next.  Miss B's time had come to go to the Rainbow Bridge.  She was your wonderful little companion for many years.  She gave you lots of love and companionship.  It is so so hard.  I have had a bad day today and spent most of it in bed but I am praying for you, Miss B and all the rest of us struggling with loss.  

With Rosie, I tried to prepare myself but in the end; how on earth can you "prepare" yourself for your best friend's death?  She has not visited me in my dreams yet but I hope she will.  I hope she is busy chasing squirrels, running like the wind and saying, "Mama, I can breathe, I can breathe!"  In the end, she was a frail little princess that could barely get up to go outside.  My heart aches.  I've had to euthanize several of my fur children and the pain never goes away but in time for me it has just become a gentle sadness and trying to remember the good times.  

Rosie's and Lulu and Kitkat's Mama

I'm glad your family has stepped up to the plate with the other dog.
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Jackie,Diane,Gizzy and Termy's moms, thank all of you for the support. You have truely helped me thru this terrible time. I hope i have helped yall during these terrible times as well. I can only hope ive been able to help yall in some small way. These are times that most people dont understand because they are just dogs. So far time has not helped. Rosie and Lulu and Kitkat's mom i to tried to prepare i asked god everynight to help me prepare if he did i cant imagine going thru this without him. I hope we can all keep talking it sure does help. Thank all of you for your support. I hope i can help yall. MISS B 's dad.
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Barefoot,
You are so very welcome. I think us helping you has helped us in some way too. We all are hurting but focusing on others helps us to dig a little deeper into our grief and feeling enable us to feel better about losing our fur babies knowing we are not alone and that we were brought together in our darkest times. We are in this together. Knowing God id there to help us and take care of our Babies at the Bridge is comforting to us. I know I couldn't bare my loss if I felt that September 18th 2017 was it for me and Termy. Knowing someday I'll see him and be reunited forever is what helps me get through the days with out him. All of our babies will be waiting for us and what a day that will be.
Peace to all of our hearts and souls.
Love and doggie hugs
Termy's mom
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Miss B's Daddy, 

Good Morning,

You sound like a very loving, compassionate man.  I have been told that our grieving is commensurate with how much we loved our "child" and you obviously loved Miss B. very much.

Today is the first morning I have not woken up crying.  I am sad but it isn't too say I won't cry at some point but that's okay.  

Yes, I hope we can all continue to communicate.  I live in a very large city (Seattle) and really have no family or friends here.  I lost my job because I couldn't go to work because of Rosie's death but I don't care.  I didn't like it anyways!  Just to give you an idea of who I am.  

It is in numbers that we gain our strength.  You have helped me as much as I have helped you.  Try to do something nice for yourself today.  Miss B. would like that.  

Rosie's Mom
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Thank you to everyone, in helping all of you has helped me so much. I did have a bad moment today. A friend I haven't seen in awhile asked how Brandy was, I broke down and hardly couldn't tell her. When I got home I came here and all my new friends had been here.Thank you to Miss B's dad, Gizzy's mom,Termy's mom and Jackie. It helps so much knowing you are here, I am on facebook too, Diane Riley. Brandy is my photo. If you would like please contact me there so I can see your babies. God Bless all of you Diane
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