My dog has passed away from brain cancer.... Help me cope?
For the past few weeks before her death, she was increasingly aggressive, looked drunk while walking and would freak out when petted (especially on the neck). She was diagnosed with brain cancer by a vet. The symptoma continued until last night when she collapsed and died. I am in tears and my two sons are crying their eyes out. How do we cope?
- Anonymous5 months agoFavorite Answer
You can't. The world is a hellish, dark, cruel, sadistic place. God is a fickle being.
- NathanLv 45 months ago
Do things like create a memory book with photos of her and talk about how you're feeling. It can be hard but the more open you are, the more you'll accept she's gone and eventually things will get easier.
- Anonymous5 months ago
There's nothing you can do, with death being permament. You shouldn't buy a new dog too soon, or your kids may blame it for the old one's death. I'm sorry for your loss.
- pattyLv 65 months ago
nothing wrong with crying. Maybe down the track get a new pet.
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- Jack HLv 75 months ago
Think of the happy times you had with her, not the final days, time is a great help, it doesn't heal, just dulls the pain, grieve well, then remember. Sorry about your loss...
- chrisLv 75 months ago
Time is the only thing that is going to help!
Sorry for your loss!