It was two years ago last February since my Lucy went to the rainbow bridge. I was closer to that dog than any other, and closer than some people. For me the one year mark was tough, by the second year, for me at least it has become easier to remember the good times. Like you I will never "get over" Lucy, and you should not expect to "get over" TheeAdor. Instead try to think of it differently. Remember that TheeAdor, had three wonderful years with you, because of you. You were able to give that Beagle, who knew nothing about being a family dog 3 wonderful years. That is a wonderful thing and something you should not forget, is the good that you did for him, and the fun times. If he had gone to someone else he might not have had those three years, and the training I know you gave him. He is on the Rainbow bridge now and is no longer in pain. Many years from now when the time is right you will be reunited with him, in the mean time remember the good times and try to let go of the bad. You know that's what he has already done. I know what you said, but I'm asking you not to close the door, consider the possibility that there my come a time when adopting another dog maybe a good thing.
Take Care, Rob
Lucy's dog Daddy forever.
It is better to have loved your fur baby, and lost him or her to the rainbow bridge than to have never loved at all, for we will meet again.