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  1. Last month, I lost my Labrador to Ehrlichiosis (basically a tick transmitted disease) and I have been putting off my grieving due to finals. Today everything just hit me extremely hard and I don't know how to cope. I feel immense grief and pain over not spending enough time with him due to school work. The regret is truly killing me. I also feel very guilty for not noticing how sick he was before he got so bad. My mother and I noticed he was sick a week before his death but my mother assured me it was probably just a stomachache like my other dog had. I truly thought he would be okay since my mom eventually took him to the vet and he was given meds. Charlie (his name) was the dog I was most attached to since I rescued him from the streets. He' only been with us for four years. It just breaks my heart to remember the day we left him at the vet and he was so weak he couldn't stand. He hadn't eaten for days and gotten so thin. When the vet called my mother to let her know he'd passed away, I was at school too so I couldn't even go say goodbye. How did you cope with your pet passing away? I know everyone copes differently but I absolutely wasn't ready to say goodbye and I don't know how to let go of my dear Charlie.
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