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My beloved ragna was a Pomeranian and bichon mix the cutest dog you would ever see. People use to think he was teddy bear. He passed yesterday and I haven’t stopped crying since. He was taking from me way to soon with a tragic death. My husband left a iced latte on my tv stand and my dog tried to drink it, and in the process he pushed a mirror and it fell on top of him. I took some days off work, I honestly didn’t know I would be this distraught. People are feeling like I'm being dramatic and I understand no one can understand unless you have a pet. I think about him all the time. When I wake up I want to hear his bark, when I come home I anticipate him running to the door. My dog loved me so much, and I loved him even more. I Don't deal with death easy and me feeling his body go cold and lock up has given me nightmares. I Don't think I can ever get over this or forget him. My son wants another dog, but I don't think I could ever get attached again. Please say a prayer for my poor baby ragna he will be truly missed

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Hello Leah,
Very Sad..... No denying the pain experienced is a deep anguish sorrow. Ranga touched your Soul ! . Tis a pain like none other and an emotional void.
Your son wanting another dog ?  Children donot grasp the word Mortality as such. You will know WHEN the TIME is right for another pet, a pet in need of a good home. A pet that is TRULY wanted. So, so sad the circumstances surrounding the demise.       Sherry/Perryx

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I'm so sorry for your loss.  Ragna sounds like he was the cutest little bundle ever.

Of course you won't forget him.  You don't want to forget him.  But the pain will be less after a while.  This is what I keep telling myself, as I am dealing with a recent loss too.

It's not time yet to think about another dog.  Maybe someday you'll be ready, maybe you won't.  But your emotions are on overdrive at the moment and certainly can't help you make a decision or a prediction.


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Hi Leah
I’m sorry for your loss. My little guy has been gone a week and I still wake up every morning and go to check him bed hoping it was all a bad dream. I don’t know how old your son is, but my daughter is not quite 5. She started asking for a new dog the day after ours passed. I got her a book called “I’ll Always Love You”. It’s about loving and losing a pet. It does address the topic of getting a new pet right away in a very child appropriate way. I think it helped my daughter understand why we don’t do things like that right way. Hugs to you and your family.
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