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Discussion in 'Rainbow Bridge' started by haylz22, Jun 19, 2008.


  1. haylz22

    haylz22 PetForums Junior

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    since my dog was put to sleep, still waiting for his ashes from the vets and then we will have a ceremony for him :(:(
     
  2. Siamese Kelly

    Siamese Kelly PetForums VIP

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    Oh Haylz-so sorry love,pester them for your baby:)
     
  3. ZenTail

    ZenTail PetForums Newbie

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    Haylz22

    ~ When they finally do leave, there's a part of them that stays with you, and a part of you with them ~

    Take good care of yourself as you are thinking and missing your dog.
     
  4. haylz22

    haylz22 PetForums Junior

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    rung, the vet , we can go get him. At work today so i cant make a show of myself and cry but its very hard
     
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    JANICE199 PetForums VIP

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    so sorry to hear your sad news.crying is a good thing.all the best wishes to you.
     
  6. Smudgeypants

    Smudgeypants PetForums Senior

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    sorry to hear that,,,:(:(:(
     
  7. haylz22

    haylz22 PetForums Junior

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    well i have had a good old cry, sitting here with his collar in my hand :'(
     
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    catzndogz PetForums Senior

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    glad you can go & collect him. where are you going to put him? i find crying helps me also. take care
     
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    so sorry for your loss, so glad you have finally been able to fetch him.
     
  10. haylz22

    haylz22 PetForums Junior

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    not sure what we are going to do with him, we could bury his ashes in the garden then if we moved take him with us, my mum doesnt want to scatter him as the wind will take him everywhere. She is a wreck still atm bless her
    She has a class cabinet in the corner of the living room she wants to put him in that but im not so sure, although i wont be able to stop her
     
  11. Zoo_Keeper

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    So sorry for your loss. Although you may not think it now you will heal with time and once you have placed the ashes in a perminant place then you can start to heal properly.

    Although time will ease your pain the memory of your loved one will last forever!
     
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