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Thread: how to help a dog cope with death of another one?

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    Sorry to hear that Sheena, R.I.P sheenas little friend.
    The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.
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    The cat is fine! She used to try and eat him

    My dog isn't coping well though, crys most nights, doesnt sleep much and absolutly hates being outside!!
    She doesnt enjoy her walks or going to the beach as much as she used to either

    My mum wanted me to wait atleast a month before I started to look for another dog, but she sees that Nikki isn't coping well and is allowing me to start looking

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    That's good that your mum has let you start looking, I hope you find a new mate who brings you all smiles ... so sad that grief affects dogs as well as us ...

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    Wish I was aloud to get this girl... She's gorgeous!

    RSPCA Victoria - Animal profile - Ruby

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    Oh she is beautiful, make me sad to see dogs in the pound. Not sure if its just the photo, but she looks pretty skinny:
    The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.
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    I thought she did too...

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    She's beautiful - but surely a dogue de bordeux would have come from a breeder, wouldn't they want their baby back ? how sad all these beautiful dogs in rescue, WA is absolutely swamped with dumped dogs at the moment ...

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    stupid people

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    Mum wants me to go look at puppies that a person she knows has..
    They're beagle x border collie

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    That's likely to be a lot of work. Worst case scenario, they get the nose and absentminded wanderings AND the super intelligent, super energetic, quickly bored, running, jumping, rounding uppiness... Hope your fences are top notch!! Might be worth getting a tracker embedded, at the same time as the microchip...

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