It was a beautiful day, with a gentle breeze.
I was at home in a small home, watching TV and playing with my daughter.
A few moments later, my dog was barking and yipping at a neighbour’s window.
I thought he was having some fun.
But it was a little too close for comfort.
As my dog yelped, he turned towards the house and fell into the path of my foot.
I landed hard on my leg.
As he rolled to the ground, he grabbed my shoe and ran to the window.
My foot hurt so bad, I didn’t even bother turning around to look.
I had fallen.
I tried to run, but my foot felt like it was going to break.
I started to panic, and I screamed.
I called my husband, who had been watching TV.
I yelled, “My dog’s down!”
My husband called the police.
It took them five minutes to arrive, and they found my dog’s head and put him in the back of the patrol car.
The next day, the dog had to be put down.
After that, the police took me to the vet, who said he could only put the dog down by euthanasia, and he would have to be euthanased.
When I told my husband that I had a dog, he looked at me with tears in his eyes.
I can’t imagine what he’s thinking right now.
But what if the dog didn’t have a life?
And what if I had to euthanase him?
What if I could have my dog euthanized?
It would mean that my dog, the only one that has a life, could die, because he had no life left.
It would also mean that I would have lost the only life I have left.
My dog was my only life.
The dog was always at my side.
My daughter had a special dog, a big, soft brown brown dog with a big black tabby cat at her side.
She loved him so much.
It’s hard to say goodbye to a dog.
I just want to say thanks for everything you’ve done for me.
But if I lose the dog, I lose everything.
I will have to take care of my daughter, and my dog will have nothing left to live for.
I would love for a dog to come and rescue me.
If I lose my dog and I have to euthase him, I don’t want him to be alone.
I want to take him home and give him everything he needs to live.
He has no one.
What if my dog goes to the grave with no memory of who he was?
That’s when I start to cry.
He was my best friend.
Now he’s gone.
I have no friends anymore.
I’ve lost my only dog.