A Doggie’s Plea

Hey all,

I wanted to get this post out to you early since I have a bunch of appointments in the morning. I’ve included a very nice poem that you can share with any of your family or friends who might lose a dog or who might have to make a decision in the future to put one to sleep. The poem really helps to comfort you and to know that you are doing the right thing when that time comes. It was given to me several years ago when our other doggie Max suddenly got sick and died. I shared this poem with my friend Dawana who I visited on Saturday. Unfortunately, on Sunday her doggie became too ill and started having seizures and had to be put to sleep. Luv Gary

 

20 thoughts on “A Doggie’s Plea

  1. That is beautiful and what a beautiful gesture to share it with Dawana …. I am certain she took great comfort from it in her grief. Our dogs are the greatest gift in life if we let them be. They are only gifted to us for a short time but what we gain from them outweighs by the multitudes the little they ask from us. Take care whilst you busy around today 🤗

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  2. This is just beautiful and so true Gary. I’m sure your friend appreciated you sending her this. And I have to thank you for posting also, because after putting our little family yorkie (a decade ago) to sleep after having her for a good 16 years, I still miss her every single day. Dogs are just precious.

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  3. Lovely, we lost our loved border collie, Chika over a year ago, She was my best friend for a very long time…it was her and me against the world…then I met Peter and he joined us in the journey…lovey poem and I am so sorry for your friend. Xxkat

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