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Re: [dachshund-427] Max and the Bridge.

From: user 8.
Sent on: Friday, October 4, 2013 10:02 AM
There is simply no way to tell you, many of us know the pain of letting them go. There are so many loving hearts waiting to greet your Max. And when you cross over, he will run to you and jump into your arms. They wait for us too. And, you are right, he will be able to see and hear and walk and run. He will no longer have to suffer being incontinent and his shiny fur will be clean again and he will give you kisses. The worst is to have to be the person who makes this decision. The best you can do for him is to hold him and talk quietly to him as he passes over. It is the most loving act we have to give them at the end. 

Prayers are going ahead of him for Max and for your family. He will feel the love when he arrives. Deb Yeager

On Oct 4, 2013, at 9:47 AM, The McLain Bunch wrote:

 You all said I'd know. I don't want to know but my heart is saying it's time. He's going to cross over at 3:30 this afternoon.
He cried all night despite everything I tried. Pain meds, anxiety meds, hugging him and petting him, laying beside him. He cried or whimpered and I don't know why. He's been doing this since Monday evening. The only time he stopped for more than a short time was when he was eating hamburger, until of course right now. As the sun came up he seemed to become more like his old self, which is making me doubt feelings, but he's still crying off and on for no reason I can figure out.  
Before Monday he only cried every so often in the middle of the night, if he got lost or wanted me to wake up and give him a treat. Now, he's crying or whimpering so much of the time that it breaks my heart.
I keep talking to him and telling him he's finally going to get to play with Shadow, that his brother will be waiting for him. I have to believe it's true.
I'm so sad. My mind knows he'll be out of pain, be able to see and play again. It's just so very hard.
Thank you all for your support. 
Anna, Max and Cocoa  

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