1Dogs are incredible
Dogs are such incredible creatures. Loving, loyal, patient and always there to put a smile on your face.
Of course we are robbed at only being able to have our companions for a limited number of years, and those years become shorter if sickness or disease sets in.
This amazing dog owner found out that indeed his dog’s life would be shorter than it should. His dog was dying. From his dog’s perspective, he decided to write a wonderful letter. It touches some major tearful nerves but it is so “right on” that every dog owner will relate, and will definitely feel for this guy and his deep, deep loss.
Check out this wonderful tribute letter to this man’s loving dog that is being praised all over the internet as so many people can relate. Share this special one with all your friends and family!
“Yesterday was a weird day. I couldn’t get myself out of bed. The guy I live with lifted me up. I tried to get my legs under me, but they wouldn’t cooperate. He said, ‘Don’t worry, I gotcha buddy,’ carried me downstairs, and out the front door. That was so nice of him. I needed to pee so badly, I just had to go right there where he put me down. Normally I wouldn’t, but we both decided to make an exception to the rule.
I started walking down the parking lot toward that place where all the dogs like me go to poop. I felt my paws dragging on the ground. ‘How strange,’ I thought. Then suddenly, I just had to go, really badly. In the middle of the parking lot. Normally, I wouldn’t do that. It’s against the rules.”
“My person cleaned up the mess. He’s good at that. I felt embarrassed, looked at him, and he said, ‘Want to keep walking, buddy?’ I did, but it was surprisingly tough. By the time we reached the end of the parking lot, my head was spinning. I tried to climb the little hill and nearly fell over. I couldn’t figure out what was going on.
He reached down again and ran his hands over me. That felt good. He picked me up and carried me home. I was still confused, and my head was light, but I was glad not to have to walk all the way back. It suddenly seemed like an impossible distance.”
“I was so glad to lay down on my bed. My person petted me, saying, ‘I gotcha covered, buddy. I gotcha.’ I love the way that makes me feel. I know he does. He makes everything better.
He felt my paws and pulled up my lip. He said, ‘Oh buddy, are you cold?’ I was. My face was cold, my paws were cold. He texted a few people, and came back to pet me.
A few minutes later, another person arrived. He’s one of my favorites, and his name is Jay. He petted me, and said to my person, ‘Do you want to get a blanket?’ They put a blanket over me, and wow… that felt good. I relaxed, and they both petted me, but they both started to choke back tears.”