Join Date: Feb 2011
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So i had made the appointment for this monday to have her put down because I just felt what was the point she could live what another month? but honestly what was the point she wasnt happy most of the time anymore I had made the appointment today.
Im lucky know i had the appointment I gave her a quarter of my cheese omlette this morning and a new smoked bone from the pet store, because this evening not hours ago she started seizuring so we rushed her too emerg and had her put down it was a hard way to go she had stopped seizuring and had regained the ability to use her legs but she hates clinics ever since the dementia, but the one good thing is that me, my dad, and brother were with her and I held her as she took her last breathes.
She was the best dog I'll ever have she lived up to her border collie name she as intelligent and fast and beautiful and adorable. We used to take hour or two walks in the country and she was so loyal. She was a mother, such that when I was a child and my sister would give me a piggy back she would bark and bark frantically till I was safe on the ground. She listened to every command I made and I loved her more then anything she was my best friend, and instructor as no human could be. She taught me to enjoy the little things, to never sweat the small stuff, and to never wait till tomorrow what could be done today, and most of all she taught me happiness and loyalty and how important that is to keep.
I love you forever lassie I hope that maybe you could be reborn as a little wolf pup wild and free and ready to take on the world Bye bye dearest friend.