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By Anonymous - / Saturday 16 January 2016 05:52 / United States - San Francisco
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By  Utetopia2014  |  18

When I was younger, we had a dog. He got old, and developed a tumor in his spine, which led to paralysis. It started slowly. At first he just dragged his back foot along the ground. We thought he'd just hurt is foot at some point, and decided to monitor it. But the paralysis got worse. It went up his leg, and then spread to his other foot and leg. Although he seemed happy enough, he couldn't walk, and when he did move, he dragged himself around. But mainly he was carried everywhere. Because of his age and the cost of the test to see if it would be worth operating, the decision was made to put him down. My parents organised the fateful day with the vet. My mum had decided she wanted to bury him in yard, and plant a tree or shrub there. So the day before our dog was due to be put down, dad went outside to dig a hole. It was a sunny day, so our dog laid out there too. Our dog watched his own grave get dug.

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By  Utetopia2014  |  18

When I was younger, we had a dog. He got old, and developed a tumor in his spine, which led to paralysis. It started slowly. At first he just dragged his back foot along the ground. We thought he'd just hurt is foot at some point, and decided to monitor it. But the paralysis got worse. It went up his leg, and then spread to his other foot and leg. Although he seemed happy enough, he couldn't walk, and when he did move, he dragged himself around. But mainly he was carried everywhere. Because of his age and the cost of the test to see if it would be worth operating, the decision was made to put him down. My parents organised the fateful day with the vet. My mum had decided she wanted to bury him in yard, and plant a tree or shrub there. So the day before our dog was due to be put down, dad went outside to dig a hole. It was a sunny day, so our dog laid out there too. Our dog watched his own grave get dug.

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  silent_shark  |  10

i was just horny, now im not thanks alot.

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  CliffyB03  |  28

I started reading it, thinking it was going to be one of those "and nothing could compare to the cancer this gave me" kinda things. Until it never happened and now I'm sad.

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  EarlFug  |  19

Want depressing? My family had a collie years ago, not a digger. When she was old and sick, towards the end and she knew it, she started digging a hole behind the row of cedars in the yard. She was digging her own grave. Sorry OP. Cherish the memories.

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  MrsReed  |  14

Wow, I usually get on here for laughs, had no idea I would come across a comment that would make me tear up with sadness instead of laughter! Seriously though, that last line is what got me. I'm sorry for your loss!

By  Tripartita  |  43

My condolences, OP. I too am not a fan of coffee.

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  MamaChey  |  17

Naw. Not too soon at all. If OP is turning to the FML community for a bereavement support system, he's got WAAAY bigger issues than the loss of his dog

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