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Last couple weeks have been tough on my dog, she's an 11 year old Brittany Spaniel, she has been healthy until the past few weeks, but she suddenly lost a bunch of weight and is now leaking urine, it's incredibly sad, she's a good friend and I think that her time may be coming :(
Only picture I have of her on my compy,
back when i was 12 i basically had to watch my dog slowly die. he had protein wasting disease so he got smaller and smaller until eventually we had to put him down :( shit sucks, hope youre doing alright
I have a Brittany too, she's 10. She's got arthritis and she's overweight. My parents forced her to be a year-round outside dog for the first 10 years of her life, and now we've finally convinced them to let her be inside. I'm going to make up for all those years, dammit.
Awww im sorry to hear that! hopfully she doesnt! i have 3 and my oldest is ten and he has fatty lumps and stuff and he is getting pretty old and lazy. i love him so much i really hope he isnt going any time soon. I hope she gets better for your sake and hers, sending good vibes!
Only time I've ever sobbed crying (as an adult) was when my 15 year old beagle was put down.
It took me a while to get over her death. I connect with dogs amazingly. I feel like they can see who I really am (good and bad). Lucy really was one of my best friends.
Now I have Luke. He is awesome.
Moral of the story is: It will be tough. You will cry. That's how life unfolds. Just remember how your dog made you a stronger person and reflect on the good times.
I'm sorry, it's always upsetting to lose a pet. Sometimes euthanizing is really the kindest thing to do for them, though. Remember that they aren't afraid of death the way we are, and that a dog doesn't understand why she's in pain, only that she is. The euthanasia process is really quick and painless - most of the time they're gone before the needle even comes back out. It's better than letting them suffer and be miserable before finally dying on their own, I promise.
That said, it's still incredibly sad. I wish dogs had a much longer lifespan, it isn't fair that they can literally become members of our families and then die at 10-15 years. :(
im realy sorry to hear that, my dog is my best friend on the face of the earth and i have no idea what im going to do when shes gone, all i can say is take her for a nice relaxing walk at her her favourite spot and just enjoy every second you have with her.
My golden is 14 and is going into surgery tomorrow for a big cyst she has. Its gonna be so tough to watch her with a cone on since she can't really see and its gonna be so hard for her to smell.. She's so old theres a chance she might not even make it through. Hang in there
Enjoy your time with her while you can and hold onto those good memories. Losing your dog is one of the worst things ever. My dad genuinely seemed more upset when our dog passed away than when his parents passed away.
damn, sorry to hear that man. my girlfriend has the same type of dog and he's cool as fuck; they're awesome dogs. but cherish the time you have; you're lucky to know your dog is going. i came home from school one day to find out my 4 year old lab/golden mix had been run over by a truck, that shit sucked