Losing my dog almost killed me. But I survived, and you can, too.
We all reach thresholds in our lives, where nothing is ever the same after the moment happens. We didn’t get to vote or have an opinion.
If you’ve ever lost a dog to cancer or a prolonged illness, it can be very traumatic when you find yourself at the vet again with another dog.
No dog ever lives long enough for the humans in his/her life. What my dog Gunny articulated was that it is also very hard for dogs to leave their family.
Of course dogs grieve the loss of other dogs. But they do it as individuals, just like we do. You can’t judge how a dog chooses to grieve.