Jasmine: word of the day

This is Jasmine. She was my beautifully sweet Therapy Dog. Bob brought her home when she was just a puppy, back around 2000 or 2001. She was part black lab and part dalmation. Her fur was soft brown and her skin underneath was spotted. We had to put her to rest somewhere around 2012 maybe. She was such a good dog, I miss her so much!!!!!

Written for Word of the Day Challenge: https://wordofthedaychallenge.wordpress.com/2020/05/05/jasmine/

5 thoughts on “Jasmine: word of the day

    1. I have all of my past dogs’ ashes. It is so hard. My last German Shepard died four days after my husband. She was 15! That is long for a Shepard. After he passed though she was so sad. The day that she passed she was laying in our family room on her dog bed and she didn’t want to eat or go out. I told her she could go with Dad, that it would be okay. I walked out of the room and went back maybe fifteen minutes later and she just passed in her sleep. Animals are so hard to part with but you can’t help but love them so much!

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    1. No it doesn’t. Everytime I have had to put an animal down or they have passed I always say I’m not getting more animals because they don’t live long enough and it is too painful. Well, I always get new animals. One of my next goals, I’m not sure goal is the right word, is to go to the pound or humane society and bring home one of the elderly dogs and just love it in its last days.

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  1. I have lost three cats as an adult. Two were sisters that I had for 19 1/2 years. They stuck with me through good times and bad. I can still shed tears for my lost little friends.
    I’m sure it was not easy for you losing such a friend. I’m sure he was wonderful therapy💙 😥

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