I know we don't have forever but i'm holding onto every day.
It is so so hard, I know.
Live every day like "If I only had just 1 more day, I would...."
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Bea, the African Grey (27 years old), Newman the Timneh Grey (6 years old), Kiwi the Blue and Gold Macaw (18 years old)
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Saw that there were new replies duo I guys I should update this. I know the time is coming closer. Rayden is down to eating several small meals a day. But it's hard to relate the sadness I feel that his game of fetch is only chasing the ball a couple feet with the pride on his face when he brings it back. You would think he hunted down an escaped prisoner.
He gets tired easily but is still reminding me every day that GSDs are drama queens. He takes his meals in the living room now. And he's quick to bark and complain if he thinks thekitchen staff is moving too slow.
I've resorted to hiding his Meds in chicken hearts. I had been using peanut butter but he's caught on. He sucks and slurps off the peanut butter and then spits out the pill. I swear he was trying to hide then under the chair
i feel for you. there is nothing like a faithful dog, especially a german shepherd. when we lost rocky last may it was devastating. i would do just about anything to have him back. we are in the process of adopting another in need of a home & he also seems very special, but it is so hard. why cant they live longer? it feels so cruel that they leave us so soon. my thoughts are with you.
As an emotionally unstable young woman, I should not have opened this. Now I'm sick AND bawling my eyes out.
I'm sorry he isn't staying with you as long as you want. But, that would be forever Losing them is the worst thing... At least he taught Singe.