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My puppy died recently last week and I’ve already posted on here but I can’t let go. I can’t stop thinking about him, his little face and his soft coat and little paws. I miss him and he didn’t deserve to go it wasn’t his time he wasn’t even six months old. I honestly wish I was dead. I love him, what else could go wrong this year already, as I have also lost my older dog 3 weeks ago(there was only two weeks and one day difference between their deaths) and everything is bringing me down this year. What else can I do ?

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Take are of yourself and allow the grief to happen.  Maybe write letters to your dogs, a lot of people here have done that and found it therapeutic.

Give yourself time.   You have had 2 major losses in a matter of weeks.  My boys passed 11 months apart and that seemed too soon.


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Hello PP,
As mentioned, normal to grieve for the loss of one's pet(s). That is true love and you loved deeply. Grief is the price we pay for loving an animal, factual !
As suggested, the writing of letters I feel would be highly therapeutic for You. So ''talk openly'' about your losses. Donot bottle your emotions, express your feelings openly to others.
Another suggestion, do light a candle in honour of, display photos around and you will find comfort.
May the above be a guiding light for You.
Take Care,                                                                  Sherry/Perryxx

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Thank you, I’ve printed off some photos and his ashes are coming soon. Tomorrow I’m getting the frames and I am going to buy some candles too. I’ll try writing the letters as I feel like it may help me. Thanks again xxxx

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I'm so sorry purple pug. I understand. My first thought when my Phoebe died 3 days ago was to think "I want to go too, to be with her" but thats the grief speaking. But your pup would want you to go on and live life. What I have been doing that I have found helpful is taking action and keeping busy. Ive been crying as much as I feel like, whenever I feel like it (its good to get grief out, it just messes you up otherwise). Ive been sorting through photos of Phoebe and I'm going to go out later today to pick out some beautiful picture frames to put them in. I also have lots of videos of her which Ive just been playing quietly in the background as I go about my day- it makes me feel she's still there which is a little comfort. I also just talk to her throughout the day, I imagine she can hear me up there in heaven. Unfortunately, there are no shortcuts with grief, you just have to keep going. (((hugs)))
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