My sisters beautiful springer
spaniel died today, after having been on palliative care since September.
All the family including my grandsons are devistated.
She had been a major part of our small family.
She was also big 'sister' to my sisters other springer.
So would be glad of any words of wisdom as to how my sister (and us) can make life a little easier for the dog left behind.
The dogs went everywhere together..
Unlike our furry friend we have had time to prepare ourselves for this sad day.
My sister went with her dog to the vets and held in the back of the car, whilst she was injected and waited until she fell asleep in her arms.
We have buried her dog in our garden with beloved ball. (Sister in process of moving)
But it means that she left with her dog and now has returned home without her.
When the older dog could no longer wash herself, the younger dog would wash her sister's face and clean around her eyes.
In her own way she knew something was not quite right.
But even so she must be a very bewildered and confused dog .
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