Never Ending Love

by June Upton
(Creston BC Canada )

Best Dog in the World

Best Dog in the World

On July 27 2016, at the age of 12 years, my beloved dog Buffy left me forever. I feel so guilty. At 10:30 p.m. I gave her some medicine for throwing up. I told her I wasn't going to let her die.

I was so mad at her for being sick. I put her on the carpet and she died. I put her on my lap hoping that she would come back to life.

I had bought an urn for her but hoped that I wouldn't need to use it, but I had to. I carry some of her ashes in a necklace I wear.

I go to work, come home, and just hope that Buffy is going to bark, but there's so sound. I just wish I knew what she died of.

I miss her so much. I want to be with her so badly. Why did God do this to her?

I will always love you, Buffy.

People say they're sorry, but sometimes that makes it worse.

She had such a bad life. Before I adopted her I, she was in a crate, only to be taken out to breed, then put in the crate again, for over 7 years.

Please come back to me, my baby. I love you.

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You Are OK
by: Ann

You did nothing wrong.

She lived and loved a happy life with you. You rescued her from horrible conditions and gave her hope and peace. She is at peace now.

You might want to think about giving another older dog a chance. She would want that.

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