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reply to post by lovebeck
I'm sorry for your loss.
But if you can, try to find out if your friend passed from Parvo. If so, your other Dawg may be at risk. It strikes suddenly and is a tough one to survive.
I was laying down yesterday and getting weepy remembering my passed cat (April 21 2012) then realized it's coming up on that 'anniversary' date of his passing. He had a big personality, and was a big kitty, 22 lbs at his largest.
His surviving brother displayed many instances of sitting there watching, staring, even playing with 'someone' invisible to me. There were other ghostly goings on in the apartment. Subtle yet amazing things. I can't wait when I cross over and get to hold him, but also I am in no hurry to die, myself.edit on 15-4-2014 by misschareesee2 because: .
I just went through this also..I had to put my 14 yr old dog to sleep due to congestive heart failure. It is a very hard thing to do..his last few days were awful ( quit eating, couldn't stand) .
You sound like a responsible and loving pet owner, focus on the animals you have left. I also still have a younger dog and cat..they weren't themselves for awhile but are slowly going back to normal.
I'm very sorry for your loss