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dog dying of cancer quickly

Post by Ra » Sat, 13 Apr 2002 14:56:58



My dog of nine years is dying of cancer quickly. I just found out two
days ago that he has cancer all over his body -  liver, spleen, lungs.
The doctor believes it's too late for surgery/chemo and it would only
make his last days more painful. He had only seized up twice before
yesterday but has already seized up twice today. I fear that he is
going quickly. I plan to stay with him as much as possible and love
him all I can. I have always loved this dog with all of my heart. The
pain is unbearable. Any advice or words of wisdom?
 
 
 

dog dying of cancer quickly

Post by Judith An » Fri, 19 Apr 2002 03:57:39


Dear Ray,

I am so sorry to hear about your dog.  There is nothing that anyone can say
to make it easier for you for the next little while.  Try not to push the
pain away.  Let the strong feelings that you have for your beloved pet  run
freely through your mind and think about all the great times that you had
together.  With time, the pain will ease but the memories will remain.

Judith Ann

 
 
 

dog dying of cancer quickly

Post by Tracy Cust » Sun, 21 Apr 2002 08:05:12


Ray,  I am so very sorry .  The only dog I have lost died very quickly
and without warning when he was hit by a car.  All I could do was regret
days I did not spend with him and things we were unable to do together
and the times I took him for granted, thinking he'd always be there.
Cherish this time, however brief, you still have with him;  let him know
how very special he is - your souls will always be intwined.  Above all,
when it is time, have the courage and love  to know when to let go and
end his suffering.  Good luck to you...

http://community.webtv.net/tracycuster/THECUSTERGRUBPAGE

 
 
 

dog dying of cancer quickly

Post by The Ottawa Gu » Tue, 28 May 2002 08:59:28


Sorry to hear that, i am a Reiki master and well i am gonna start sending
distant Reiki (energy of the universe, type of healing on all levels to be
put simply)  anyways it won't stop whats happening with the death seeming to
be just around the corner, sorry to hear that,  but it will help with his
transition to a better life with the loving lord.

Namaste,
Brian

--
The Precepts of life, plus one :)

Just for today, do not worry
Just for today, do not Anger
Honour your parents, teachers and elders
Live life honestly in all respects
Be grateful.
Don't judge others.

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> My dog of nine years is dying of cancer quickly. I just found out two
> days ago that he has cancer all over his body -  liver, spleen, lungs.
> The doctor believes it's too late for surgery/chemo and it would only
> make his last days more painful. He had only seized up twice before
> yesterday but has already seized up twice today. I fear that he is
> going quickly. I plan to stay with him as much as possible and love
> him all I can. I have always loved this dog with all of my heart. The
> pain is unbearable. Any advice or words of wisdom?