I am sorry for your loss. It is very hard to lose a constant companion and friend such as Angi. It definitely takes time to heal and I'm Just past 3 weeks since I lost my chihuahua Midgee. Of course I am still healing and still have bad moments. No matter how hard it is now to look at don't throw away her items. You can hide them or pack them up to help if it hurts to see them but you can't get them back if you throw them out. Also, look for local pet loss groups. A local humane society or shelter likely has some resources. Talking and listening to others going through similar situations can help the healing process. The chat room on this site is manned by volunteers in the evenings and that has helped me on several occasions. Soon you can start being thankful for the time you did have with her as opposed to the constant sadness you feel without her. Grief does comes in waves and it is the price we pay for loving our buddies as much as we do. However, I wouldn't have given up my short time with Midgee to avoid the pain I'm in now. The happiness clearly outweighs the sadness. Finding your new normal will take time and it sucks. Try to find some solace in the fact that you will see her again and she still lives on because she owns a piece of your heart. I found this saying but can't remember the source. God bless are little buddies! Take care.
"It came to me that every time I lose a dog they take a piece of my heart with them, and every new dog who comes into my life gifts me with a piece of their heart. If I live long enough all the components of my heart will become dog, and I will become as generous and loving as they are."
For my wonderful Midgee, the best friend I've ever had. You will live in my heart until we meet again!