My dog Joe that I loves so much died last night. Someone ran him over and left the scene.
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My dog Joe that I loves so much died last night. Someone ran him over and left the scene.

I am so sorry. You must be in terrible pain today.

Tara
My dog Joe that I loves so much died last night. Someone ran him over and left the scene.

I am so sorry. You must be in terrible pain today. Tara

I was crying last night. I am just hoping that they can catch the person. I want justice for my dog now that the police are involved. The driver did not stop.
My dog Joe that I loves so much died last night. Someone ran him over and left the scene.

I'm so sorry to read this.
Beth
I am so sorry. You must be in terrible pain today. Tara

I was crying last night. I am just hoping that they can catch the person. I want justice for my dog now that the police are involved. The driver did not stop.

I am sad to hear that Joe died.
My condolences to you.
For the unbearable loss of Joe.
Crying is helpful to assist in your grieving.
It releases the sadness so that
You will not be overwhelmed by it.
Suppressing tears is harmful.
It causes stress.
It is best to cry in private.
Or with friends and family.
Mirelle
I am so sorry. You must be in terrible pain today. Tara

I was crying last night. I am just hoping that they can catch the person. I want justice for my dog now that the police are involved. The driver did not stop.

I'm sorry for your loss. I hope the police can catch this person for you.
I was crying last night. I am just hoping that ... that the police are involved. The driver did not stop.

I'm sorry for your loss. I hope the police can catch this person for you.

My dog was 3 years old.
I am very sorry for your loss
Rest In Peace..Joe
You will see him at the Rainbow Bridge some day. Don't even try to hold back your tears, just cry till you can't if it eases your pain at all.

Be Free,
Judy
I am very sorry for your loss Rest In Peace..Joe You will see him at the Rainbow Bridge some day. Don't even try to hold back your tears, just cry till you can't if it eases your pain at all.

When Finn died (and it was far from a surprise) I cried for days. I'd be walking down the street, spot a favorite spot of his, or a place where he made me laugh, and just burst into tears right there.

The people that didn't know me must have thought I was nuts. But all the dog owners in the neighborhood knew him, knew me and totally understood how I felt.
Tara
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