See you later Max.

Discussion in 'Memorials' started by cj-sharpy, Jul 31, 2015.

  1. powergc

    powergc Well-Known Member

    So sorry to hear about Max. I feel like I knew him from all of your stories. You made his last years some good ones... he was a lucky boy to have you as his person. Thinking of you.

    Rest easy, big guy.
     
  2. angelbears

    angelbears Well-Known Member

    I am so very sorry!
     
  3. Bob Felts

    Bob Felts Well-Known Member

    So sorry for your loss. We grieve for you and Max. A dog fills a place in our heart that none else can. You did your best for him, is easily seen. He was lucky to have you, and you him. Think of the joy you gave each other when you miss him. Run free Max.
     
  4. Lisa P

    Lisa P Well-Known Member

    If we lived closer I would bring Norman over for a visit. When we lost our last Rottie my friend brought her girl over to hug and it made me feel better!
     
  5. jessicadawnnn

    jessicadawnnn Well-Known Member

    My heart goes out to you. This little forum has given me a community of friends in similar situations, so when one of you hurts I hurt. Sending lots of love and positive vibes your way. We're all here for you :( I never knew Max personally but it sure did feel like it.
     
  6. cj-sharpy

    cj-sharpy Well-Known Member

    Thanks guy,
    Its been just over a week and I still get a little down when I realise he isnt here or i realise I can whistle or go to the kichen with out thinking about if he'll follow me.
    BUT.... I have to man up and get it together. So last night I went to the pool where he went swimming and asked about them having a favorite rescue center. I came home and washed out his bed and his bowls, stuck his collars, leads and toys through the washing machine and bagged up his treats and food.
    All his stuff (thats too big for jack) will be going to a place called Happier Days For Strays. The woman said that they would be happy to get super sized stuff cos they get alot of tiny little leaders and stuff and they are no good for the giants. I'm going to buy them a slab of meat and a big bag of kibble too.
    When I got home and started i was sad to get rid of the things that reminded me of him but happy that they would be helping to give another lost scared dog a better start.
     
  7. DDSK

    DDSK Well-Known Member

    That was a grand gesture of you to think of others in your time of need and sorrow.
    I've been where you are and it is not a happy place to be.
     
  8. cj-sharpy

    cj-sharpy Well-Known Member

    Ive decided that it IS a happy place to be. Im happy that I knew him, happy that he was here and happy that he had a good last year. He saw out his autumn years looked after and content so all that makes me happy. I get sad when i miss him ut he doesn't know that and he doesn't miss me so feeling sad is just me.

    Also happy that he taught me how to be with problem pooches, how far I can go, and he gave me the skills to show Jack how to be a happy dog. Also happy that his stuff will be going to help another lost pooch who needs help.
     
  9. DDSK

    DDSK Well-Known Member

    You should be a motivational speaker you have inspired me.
     
  10. Liz_M

    Liz_M Well-Known Member

    Wow. You're a great guy, cj. Max could not have had a better owner.
     
  11. Jakesmum

    Jakesmum Well-Known Member

    I am so sorry for your loss. What a great gesture and tribute to Max's memory to donate his stuff to help other pups in need.
     
  12. QY10

    QY10 Well-Known Member

    I am so sorry for your loss. You and Max were a great team. He passed away knowing love, warmth and affection.
     
  13. TricAP

    TricAP Well-Known Member

    What a wonderful thoughtful gesture!
     
  14. cj-sharpy

    cj-sharpy Well-Known Member

    One year! A whole year.
    I can't decide if it feels like a life time ago or like yesterday.
    I'll never forget you big lad.
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  15. Nik

    Nik Well-Known Member

    <3 They are always always in our hearts.
     

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