My husband and I just back from the vet. My beloved dog of 13 years, Jasper, died less than an hour ago. It hurts so much. We stayed with him and it was a very peaceful process but what is hard is that I couldn't bring him home and this house is so empty without him. I'm surrounded by his things and don't know what to do with them. I just wanted everyone to know that he died as I started the thread "my dog was diagnosed with metastatic cancer" and everyone here has been so kind and helpful to me. I'll still be around as I'm in much need of support from those who have been through it. I can't help but think what I will do tomorrow without him. How does life go on without my precious Jasper. My family is home today but will be back at work and school tomorrow, most likely. That was my most treasured time with him. Now he's gone and I'm so lost and sad.
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