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CharlottePitter

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Words cannot describe how I feel right now. My daschund meant the world to me and I feel as though I have failed him. The guilt is indescribable to the point I feel suicidal. He didn't deserve what happened to him.

On the evening of Tuesday 19th of March 2019 he died of pancreatitis. He had vomitted about 2 weeks from this date but I thought nothing of it. Last Sunday he was reluctant to walk but I thought he was just being lazy as he can be sometimes. He vomitted again later that day and on Monday but I just thought he must of been vomiting from the bone I gave him. Monday night his heart started beating fast and I stayed up all night with him and took him to the vet in the morning.

He stayed there all day and died as im guessing I took him there too late. I read that pancreatitis can be caused by high fat in food. We had given him a small piece of fat from a steak last week and i feel as if we have killed our own dog accidentally. He was 10 years old but it was not his time to go, he had many years left. People keep telling me not to blame myself and that I wasn't to know that he was ill. But I feel it's completely my fault and I've killed my sweetheart. I dont know if it was the bone or the piece of steak which set it off, I was wondering if anyone has had a similar experience or knowledge to provide me.

Thank you

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