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I’m so heartbroken right now it’s hard for me to write this. My precious little boy Sterling just turned 17 and was incorrectly diagnosed with skin cancer earlier this year. He was mostly blind and deaf but he was doing so well and had put on weight and was actually acting so happy and well. I left today with the back door open as usual. He must have followed one of our other dogs outside, Lost his way lost his way and drowned. I’m so terribly devastated and it’s so much my fault. I don’t know what to do I keep thinking about him being alone and so scared. I don’t know what to do, I miss him so much and it’s all my fault.

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The same thing happened to my dog 3 years ago, 16 years old. We had been talking about putting her down on the night she drowned.
Grieving is important, time slowly heals wounds, but it is important to remember that it was an accident, you could not have forseen this.
Your boy lived 17 happy years and I am sure he knows how loved he was ❤️

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Thank for reaching out and for your kind words.

I'm replaying the situation over and over in my head, seeing all the horrible details, and I can't make myself stop. I can't sleep and I'm not hungry. I'm crying all the time and I'm just barely hanging in there. I keep asking myself when this will get better but so far, I don't see any end in sight. This is just so unimaginable, I can't cope.
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