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    I lost my little doggy on Sunday and buried him on the Monday, not copping well, cannot sleep without dreaming of him, watching videos of him, cannot eat, just crying all the time, cannot hover as I do not want to get rid of his hairs...
    I went and saw the doctor yesterday, he stated it was normal and it is going to take time..

    Any advice would be useful, as I am finding this very hard indeed, I miss him so much....


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    like i said my dog bonnie was nearly 18 when she went and was hard had her since a little kid i went and got a rescue dog pick a young 1 and one that isnt quiet mine was all bone and been treted bad but was so nice they dont compare to your old one you just make memories and help an animal that needs looking after too .

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    I know how you feel. Lost my sheepdog to old age about 10 years ago when i was living with my mum and dad. Never felt so heart broken in all my life. My dad still to this day has a little weep as he still misses him.

    The only way he got over it, and i think you should do the same, is to get another doggy. Sure, it will never replace your little pooch and shouldn't as he/she was unique. But it does take your mind off the thoughts and does help heal the pain.

    My mum and dad got themselves a little Jack Russell/Terrier cross from the dogs trust and she is 1 in a million, and although she will never replace Prince, we still love her just as much as she is also now part of the family.

    Hope this helps Nelly.


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    Well over a month before the thinking stopped with me, and even then it never went away fully, got better with time, but I still have a think about him even now 4 yrs on, but it's not so upsetting anymore, you should get another, Tiny won't mind and it will help.

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    all very true still call my bailey bonnie after over 2yrs and your helping some poor dog who needs help

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbob78 View Post
    like i said my dog bonnie was nearly 18 when she went and was hard had her since a little kid i went and got a rescue dog pick a young 1 and one that isnt quiet mine was all bone and been treted bad but was so nice they dont compare to your old one you just make memories and help an animal that needs looking after too .
    Thank you guys, Tiny was a rescue dog had him at 8 months old, was with him for 12 years and 4 months...

    They say love hurts, which is very true indeed...I am finding myself at the park everyday, thinking of him and it makes me feel close to him

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    Go and have a walk around a rescue centre and see how you feel...puppies have a special way of helping you heal.

    ^^^^ That wasnt meant to ryhme.

    Its normal to be upset, and dont feel guilty about taking in another dog.

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    dont feel bad still got bonnies coller and lead ! and will keep them but there is another dog to make you smile and keep you busy ! its not betraying tiny just helping your next friend

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    to be honest, I never used to understand why people would have time off work due to the death of a pet...until I had my pooch. she is part of the family, shes an old girl now & spends 80% of the time asleep, god knows how we will cope when she goes. I can only think that the doc is right, & time is a healer

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    Quote Originally Posted by moorlander View Post
    , god knows how we will cope when she goes. I can only think that the doc is right, & time is a healer

    You won't mate, it's just the saddest part of having a pet.

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