For the Love of a Pug

by Victor Gonzalez Sr.
(Pennsylvania)

No one knows the pain I feel and the loss I have in losing my little boy. Yes, I know to some people he's just a dog, but to me he will always be my little boy.

I must try to be strong in this time of pain. I will never forget how he made me feel every day I came home from work. I can't stop thinking about him. There's a part of my soul that is now empty. My love for him is eternal.

Thanks for all the wonderful time you spent with this family. I hope you were happy with us, as we were with you. And I hope you are at peace in your sleep, old friend.

I love you always my little boy.

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Special
by: Alan

That's really special. I'm sure he is in puppie Heaven. He will always love you and appreciate everything you did for him.

My puppy's getting old too. He is blind and deaf. Pees on the carpet twice a day. But I know the little soul he is, I had him for so many years. He was young and playful. He still is playful at times.

I love to hold him while I still can. It makes me sad to though.

Not Just a Dog
by: Anonymous

Your heart is aching as are those of us who have posted here. They are never just a dog -- they are our hearts and souls. Our family, those that love us in spite of our human failing. One aching heart to another. May all find peace.

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