The Death of a Dog

6 02 2013

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Recently, our beloved 13 yr. old cocker spaniel died.

Sometimes the loss of a dog is so painful that grown men vow to never get another pet. Animal lovers of all ages grieve when their dogs die.

Our furry friends are such a big part of our lives. When they die, the sorrow we experience can match that of when a person passes away.

We’ve been receiving sympathy cards. Love and prayers from others comfort us and ease our pain.

Journaling gives me an outlet for my grief. Read “A Symbol of Unconditional Love” as my gift to fellow pet lovers.
A Symbol of Unconditional love

You’ll read more about how God is comforting me through this recent loss on my other blog for mothers of children with mental illness. Read the post “Help me, God.”

Find some of our fondest moments with our dog by clicking on this link:

http://secure.smilebox.com/ecom/openTheBox?sendevent=4d7a67324d4449314e3377334e6a45354e5451320d0a&sb=1

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