|11-08-2015 11:22 PM|
|XindisMom||But yes, loosing them is hard, also. We lost our dog Ceasar during the divorce. He passed away. My son and I missed him terribly! He was a good doggie, at 10!|
|11-08-2015 11:20 PM|
|XindisMom||Right now... I'd have to say letting her out to go poop in my muddy back yard! Yes she's worth it, but it's nasty! She's still at the age when she likes to dance in the poop and mud!|
|11-08-2015 05:20 PM|
...the year's long heartbreak when they die.
|11-08-2015 12:42 AM|
|11-07-2015 11:52 PM|
Hands down, finding housing if you are renting. I lived in some total dumps because I could have my dog(s) with me.
Sure I lost sleep when I was young and did something dumb and the dog got loose. Sure it hurt a lot when one of them died. But the tough day to day existence stuff was finding a rental where I could keep them.
|11-07-2015 05:25 PM|
|11-07-2015 04:14 PM|
Saying goodbye, 1000x over the hardest part is saying goodbye.
Hard enough to make you ask why you ever do this to yourself, then you do it again anyway because you remember the good times mean more than the pain ever will.
|11-05-2015 05:08 PM|
|Daisy&Lucky's Mom||Losing them and like Lee said watching them get older.Lucky age related problems break my heart an dhe just wants to be w/ me.|
|11-05-2015 01:22 PM|
Agreed... it's when they pass. The absence after all that love and joy - that's the *worst*.
And the hair. Gosh, but that hair! How are they not all bald??
|09-17-2015 10:52 PM|
|Glacier||The commitment to training. We're at it day in and day out. We're getting better at it. I'm learning how to clearly communicate what I want to him, but man, some days it feels like it will never come together. I know it will eventually come together, but sometimes it feels like I'm walking around in the dark. My neighbors always wonder why I spend so much time with my dog, lol.|
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