hi Lisa, i can relate all too well, my Chinese Shar Pei Munki also had a collapsing trachea (diagnosed back in May 2015), which is irreversible...and she too was just one month shy of her 14th birthday, i had to let her go 12/3/15..........she also had lung cancer.Please know you did all you could for your Diablo, taking him to the vet regularly etc...you were a good mom!! I think we all go back to failure, and the would haves and could haves and should haves...they take up so much of our mind, but in hindsite, do we even know what would have happened if we changed anything??? I am now trying to just live for the memories of my precious Shar pei, the fond memories, the happy life we had........in the end, which seems like such a short life time for our pets.........we want them to live longer...........I have grieved and still am, going on 7 months.........I miss my baby so much and stil shed soft tears each day, cuz i miss her physically..........please know you did all that you could for your precious Diablo and he knows that!!!My vet too, on Munkis last day, said i could do 'hospice" for her, what put her on a breathing tube, fill her with meds and for what??? so I could keep Munki around longer...??? I knew it was the end.........I am thankful for almost 14 long wonderful years with my baby......and I have had the days filled wlth darkness, the guilt, the out of nowhere outburts, the times i fall to the floor and just cry, the times i break down at work and have to walk into the ladies room to get a grip of myself...the times i cry at nite on the way home from work...........yes, i am still grieving..........and I want you to know you did all that you could for your baby!!!!and your Diablo is waiting for you, for that day you can be reunited and spend eterity together!!
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