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xoqv

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So my dog had puppies and 4 puppies got the parvovirus and I have never had this happen before (The vet said Parvo was high since the hurricane had happen) and 2 survived but one of them died sadly painfully. I stayed up all night for 5 days with my puppy and he died. I was crushed. while this was happening my other puppy was showing symptoms but The next day he was doing horrible same things like the other puppy did. I did not want him to be in pain like my last puppy did because it was hard seeing him like that. after tough decision making I came to getting him put to sleep since he wouldn't be in pain. While at the vet he was bleeding a lot, (since parvo makes puppies bleed from inside they bleed out by throw up or thru the back side) well he wasn't looking good at all but before I left I seen him jump on the box and look at me. I've been feeling sad and guilty since that day. Its been 3 weeks now maybe 4 and I'm still crushed. I feel like I took any chance of him getting better away. I honestly didn't want him to be in pain like his brother did. He was super skinny and didn't seem him self, he was bleeding too much I know in my heart that it was the right call so he would be at peace but I still feel guilty. I feel so heartbroken. will it ever get better :'(
HeartBroken12

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So sorry for your recent losses! 
Sounds like you did help him not to suffer anymore like his little brother did. I understand it's hard not to feel guilty but feels like no matter how it ends, we'll feel guilty either way. If that makes sense.
How are your 2 other babies and your adult dog doing? 
Yes, time does heal eventually, even tho I don't like it much when people say this..
Hope you can be strong for yourself and your other furkids. 
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