Farewell Sasha

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Sasha

Sasha

Today was such a heartbreaking day.We said goodbye to our beloved Doberman, Sasha.We got Sasha as a pup over ten years ago. She truly was apart of our family. During my time in London, mum would sign off cards saying love from all of them including Sasha.

Sasha was super clever and very protective of our home and family, her bark was defo worst than her bite. She was very spoilt by all of us at home but was my mother’s baby girl.

She was diagnosed with cancer a few weeks ago and her health went downhill very fast.Sasha reminded us all of my dad before he died from cancer last year, the not eating, silence and drastically losing weight. We had to take the difficult decision to have Sasha put down today.I couldnt bear to go outside and say goodbye. It wa like losing my dad all over again. Sasha was apart of our family and she will be missed more than words can say.I wrie this blog with tears in my eyes.Losing a pet is very emotional and stressful.

We as a family have decided to donate all Sasha’s unopened bags of dog food and tins to the SPCA in her memory.

Sasha, you were the best we all love and miss you so much already. You will be with Papa soon, be good dont sip his tea while he reads his newspaper.

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8 responses »

  1. I’m so sorry. Losing your dog is like losing ur brother or sister because they become so much, part of the family.

    Just pray that God guide her and lay her soul to rest so that she can continue to guide u all.

  2. Farewell Sasha, indeed very sad, a dog is very spiritual in nature. A very big part of the family, a huge loss. Her memorys will keep u going now and make you smile. She has done her job well.

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