Hi Erin, we really like your products, especially the Pug Glasses. Mike & I are wanting a set for us, but are also wanting to get a set for my son & his wife (also owned by one pug) but we need ours shipped to us here in Kentucky & theirs shipped to them in Rhode Island. Is there a way to do that w/out doing two credit card purchases? If not that is fine. Just let us know. Thanks.
This is indeed great news Erin. So happy for you and Mick. Where did you adopt him from and how old is he? What are details of his former life if you know. He looks like a wonderful addition fo your home.
I am so sorry to hear of your sad loss, you asked if it gets easier, yes it does, but everyone takes their own time to get over any bereavement. You have lost a family member, do not let anyone tell you it is only a dog. I found that I felt worse over the loss of my two previous Pugs than I did over the loss of my Parents. It never feels like we have our dogs long enough and that is the worst thing. One day you will waken up and you will remember Gobbshiet with only happy memories and then you will realise that you are beginning to heal. I really wish I could help you with Finnegain's depression, when we lost our youngest when we still had his old Uncle we had a very different scenario as old Henry just started to relax. It would have been a very similar case if it had happened the other way round because the young one had not lived on his own. All I can suggest is that you give him all the attention he needs, other than finding him a friend, but he needs to grieve as well. I know that my neighbour lost their little girl Frenchie and we advised that they should let the little boy see his sister dead. Which I do not know if that is possible but it does seem to help. Take Care. Helena
I just heard about the passing of your beloved puggie. We send our deepest condolences to you and your family. You'll be in our thoughts and prayers. You gave him a wonderful life filled with love :-) Take care and we're all here if you need to talk.
Erin, so so very sorry to hear your sad news about the loss of your beloved pug. I am only imagine the sense of deep loss and hurt you and your other baby are going through. Please know that your pain is being shared by people here and that our prayers, love and best wishes are with you both. Kiri and Muffy
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your puggie. I know how much they mean and how it feels when they cross the Rainbow Bridge. Your puggie was well loved by you and please let me know if there is anything I can do. I am here to listen and care.
erin i am so very sorry wish i could take some of your pain away it's a hurt i wish none of us would have to feel it will take some time but,you'll be okay as time goes by even though you'll always have this empty spot within your heart you'll be able to cope a little better.It's been some time since i lost my abby and yes i never thought the pain would go away then i found pugslife and all these people i call my family and i turned that hurt around i started Abby's Hope" and getting involved in my rescue don't get me wrong theres still that hurt,that emptyness in my heart but,i cope and i think about that treasured time i had with her and i'm thankful to god for giving me that time and i cherish every moment i was given.Please know i'm here if you need a shoulder take care and if you'd like you can visit"Abbys Page" we are all here if you need.
Erin I just heard about the passing of your loved Gobbshiet I am so sorry. Let me tell you that it is very hard to handle for a while, but it will get easier as time goes by. The best thing to do right now is think of all the happy times that you shared with your beloved Gobbshiet, and treasure them. You will always hold Gobbshiet in your heart as I have held my Muffin and Lulu. I may have gotten other babies along the way but these two are always there and will always be there. Just no that right now Gobbshiet is now at the Rainbow bridge playing with many others from this site, and is not in any pain, but will always be waiting for you. My heart is heavy and feels your pain.
Erin, I so wish there were some magical cure for the pain, there isn't. But know beyond doubt that the little one is at the rainbow bridge all young and healthy again and playing with all the others that have gone before. You have been left with one precious gift, the memories of all the wonderful times spent together and love shared without restraint. Hold those near and dear to you always. He will always be with you, just in a different way now. As for your other pug. They feel the same grief as we do, now all you can do is hold and love and talk and cry and do them all together. You will both heal with time.
Erin, just read your post. I am so sorry to hear this, I have been where you are right now more times than I care to remember, it's a huge hurt. My thoughts are with you. It will get tolerable as time passes by. Hang in there!
I'll tell you what pathetic is, when a person buys a new bed just to have a place to sleep cause the pugs took over the other one. Then two days later they take over the new one also., Can't even sleep on the couch without being covered by pugs, doesn't matter where I go I've been pugged.