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morgc927

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It’s been 2 months since I let my Penny go due to her aggression.

I cannot overcome the sadness that I feel every single day. I just want to lay next to where we laid her to rest all the time telling her how sorry I am. Maybe someday she will give me a sign that she forgives me for the decision I made.

Today has been harder than usual. As I was cleaning I came across one of her old bones and tears started to flow instantly. My “memories” on Facebook 2 years today was Penny sleeping on my sons boppy pillow and I lost it. I miss her so much and would do anything to go back to that night. My heart will forever ache.

She had so many issues but I loved her and she loved me. She was by my side at all times and I felt like I betrayed her.

I can only hope that she will be waiting for me with big gross slobbery kisses when it’s my time. 💔
RF

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I've never had an aggressive dog, and can only imagine how upsetting such a Jekyll and Hyde situation must be.  But I've heard from others that some aggressive dogs appear to be in mental anguish themselves, confused and not understanding their loss of self-control.  I think you did the right thing, if Penny was a threat to others and had so many other issues.  But I understand your feeling like you betrayed her, and I hope I never have to face that situation myself.   What you did was the hardest thing possible to do to your own dog, yet it was necessary and the best thing to do.  You released her from her demons.  I'm pretty sure those big slobbery kisses will be there again when you meet again!
morgc927

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Thank you for your kind words. I wouldn’t wish this feeling upon anyone. It is truly miserable.
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