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Puglover329

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Hello! Over the last 6 months my (almost) 10 year old pug has lost most of his vision and hearing. His health has really declined and he could not walk up steps or even go from room to room. While visiting my parents (my dad is a dentist) I took my 5 and 7 year old to get our teeth cleaned. My husband stayed at their house with our pug, Cooper. My parents have a pool. Earlier that morning my husband let out Cooper and came back inside. I said to him “you left him out unattended?” And he replied, “yeah”. Then he went and got him. I had a bad feeling about Cooper being outside alone as it is unfamiliar territory and he was having trouble seeing. While I was at the dentist with our children my husband called me and told me that he let Cooper out alone and went back to get him 5 minutes later and found him in the pool- he had drowned. I am struggling because I had a bad feeling about Cooper being outside alone, said something, and then he was left outside alone and drowned. I know my husband would never do anything intentional but I cannot help from being angry at him. I don’t know why he left him alone. I also did not get to say goodbye. He took Cooper to the Pet Memorial before we got home because I did not want our children to see him in that state. I am beside myself and so upset. It was so sudden and I feel like I had a premonition it was coming. Also my husband is a mess because he is carrying so much guilt. Ugh. I miss Cooper so much.
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