My Sweet Pug Harley

by Jeri
(Ohio)

Harley,

It has been 3 months since I lost you so suddenly. Although you were 12 and slowing down so much, I still never dreamed I would lose you so soon.

I think of you every day and miss you terribly. I cry when I am alone, because most people don't understand how I could still grieve so much for you.

You were my first puppy... you were my heart. I will love you always and miss you forever. I know you are young and strong again up in heaven. I hope Jessie is dropping little pieces of her food for you to eat!

I miss you buddy... until we meet again.

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Memories of Haley
by: Sharon

I am so sorry to hear of your loss of Harley. I know it hurts. I lost my Carley back in May and I am still grieving.

Don't let anyone tell you not to be sad. Our pets give us unconditional love we can't find anywhere else in the world. They are a member of our families.

They say some dogs come back to let you know they are ok. You can catch them out of the corner of your eye, or just feel their presents. I had this experience about a month ago. I was sound asleep and woke up just knowing she was there to let me know she was ok. I was so glad.

I will miss her for the rest of my life. I am planning on getting a puppy in the spring. Somehow, I know Carley would approve. She was such a sweet girl.

Some day they will be waiting for us at Heavens Gate. Take care.

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