My dog just died. She was 14 1/2 years old. She was a very good dog. I loved her. But for some reason, I can't seem to shake her off. I loved her alot, and I miss her alot, alot and a lot!. What should I do to stop missing her as much, but still love her?
I know you may miss her alot, but you have to relize that she is in a better place, its better than seeing her suffer every morning when you wake up. So just love your other dog, or other pet and you'll be fine.
Just to let you know people, me and my frind were on the computer together and she's a new member, so i was showing her what to do. But i forgot to log her out and log me in, so really I aswered cheerdog, not herself!
Cheerdog I am sorry, we put one down at 14 1/2 and 4 years later put the other down at only 12. Remember he was a family member. Of course you will grieve. It does get better but it takes a while. Took us almost a year before we even considered another dog. God Bless
Cheerdog, I am really sorry for your loss. I've been there. 2 years ago, 2 different dogs. I love them still and they will always be in my heart. Time will take some of the hurt away, but the love will remain, and that's all that counts is the love.
~Just to let you know people, me and my frind were on the computer together and she's a new member, so i was showing her what to do. But i forgot to log her out and log me in, so really I aswered cheerdog, not herself!~
So why would you not tell her in person?? You have to answer saying ~ "I know you may miss her alot" quote and unquote. She MAY miss her dog! Give me a break!!!
"You are all to quick to jump the gun and attack someone every time you get the chance. MAYBE you all need some obedience training."
OH come on! You cant tell me that it doesnt look quite odd when someone posts a question then answers their own question! You need to chill....you say we need obedience training....funny, because your post makes me think of muzzles.
People are like slinky's, not really good for much. But its still fun to push them down the stairs.