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emmawright
15th September 2007, 08:28 PM
Hello everyone,

a short message to tell you that sweet little Daisy passed away today. It was to do with her DE/CC, she was in a lot of pain, but i got her to the vet and the vet said she had had enough, and i agreed. She is in a better place now, but i am absolutely heart broken. She only got to a year and 2 months old.

Emma

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brid kenny
15th September 2007, 08:39 PM
Oh my God I'm sooo sorry. Was she the first or second dog?
Thinking of you.

stewey
15th September 2007, 08:47 PM
I am so very sorry for your loss. You had your baby for such a short time.
Connie

emmawright
15th September 2007, 09:00 PM
She was our first dog. I miss her so much already, i feel very numb and totally heartbroken.

Mycavyangels
15th September 2007, 09:06 PM
:(Oh no :( iam sooo sorry for your loss:(:(:(

Lani
15th September 2007, 09:18 PM
:cry*ing:Emma, I am sooo sad ... I have tears running down my cheeks after reading your post.

Emma was a little Cavalier angel and now she's a real little angel at the rainbow bridge. *ng*l

I hope your memories of Daisy and knowing she is out of pain will help provide you some comfort as you deal with the pain of losing Daisy.

:hug::hug: Hugs to you & BlueBell

lady and amber
15th September 2007, 09:28 PM
So sorry for your loss, big :hug:to you and your family.

Charleen
15th September 2007, 09:42 PM
Emma, I am so sad to hear about your Daisy.

Karlin
15th September 2007, 09:46 PM
Oh Emma, I am just so sorry. She always touched my heart in a special way -- she just was so sweet -- and I loved seeing her pictures and her modelling all your lovely coats and other items on your website. I know what a heavy burden this must be for you and it is a tragedy she had such a short life. But she had a very full one and she was so happy to have Bluebell join your family too; that was very much the right decision for her and for you. You did your very best for Daisy and I know how you must be grieving. I am glad you have Bluebell there to help you through this time.

arasara
15th September 2007, 10:01 PM
Oh Emma.. I am heartbroken to hear of Daisy's passing :( You are such a great mother - there's nobody else I know that would have done as great of job as you :) I hope that in the following days Bluebell is able to comfort you and help you to heal. Daisy struck a chord in my heart that no other cavalier I've met has. She was truly one special little dog. You're in my thoughts and prayers during this terrible time.

Run pain free and careless at the bridge, little Daisy. :lotsaluv:

Cathryn
15th September 2007, 10:03 PM
Emma I am so incredibly saddened to hear this tragic news, you are very much in my thoughts tonight.......:flwr: *ng*l

Clairelou
15th September 2007, 10:35 PM
Emma, I am so sorry to hear about your BEAUTIFUL Daisy. Distant healing coming your way in an attempt to help your broken heart:flwr:.

pinkpuppy
15th September 2007, 10:38 PM
Emma, Sorry to hear about Daisy. Many hugs to you and Bluebell.:(

kisa75
16th September 2007, 12:23 AM
I'm so sorry about Daisy. :(

Spencer'sMom
16th September 2007, 02:23 AM
Emma, I am so terribly sorry to read about Daisy. Hugs to you and your family.

luvzcavs
16th September 2007, 03:05 AM
Emma I am so sad to hear about Daisy.
It is very courageous of you to let her go knowing she had had enough.
I have a massive amount of respect for you and the work you put in to give her a happy life it would certainly not have been easy but I believe you were blessed with her for a reason and you were definately the best mum in the world for her. I think when you have a baby with health problems it brings you closer together and strengthens the already tight bond, I can only imagine the pain you are feeling and will pray that your happy memories will overshadow this quickly.

Big hugs, kisses and healing prayers from me and the boys.

KingstonsMom
16th September 2007, 03:06 AM
Dear Emma,

I know you and your family are feeling such deep loss right now. I've been keeping up with Daisy's brave journey, and you truly made her short time on earth as happy and comfortable as possible. Few dogs in this world get to experience the degree of love Daisy was able to enjoy. I'm so glad for her that she was able to pass on peacefully and that she is forever free of pain. God bless you and sweet Daisy.

-Ana (aka.KingstonsMom)

Cathy Moon
16th September 2007, 03:36 AM
Emma, I'm so, so sorry for your loss of little Daisy.:( :hug:

sarahg
16th September 2007, 07:51 AM
Emma, you are in my thoughts i am sorry for your loss of little Daisy :flwr:

emmawright
16th September 2007, 11:18 AM
Thank you for all your kind messages. I miss Daisy very dearly, George and I have been up all night crying. The house feels so quiet now without her. I know i made the right decision, but it is still hard to come to terms with. Bluebell misses her a lot too, i can tell she is wondering where she has gone.

It all happened so quickly, yesterday morning she was fine and excited to see me, then me and george went out and mum and dad looked after them for the afternoon, they were playing with each other, and chasing each other around the garden. Mum says they didn't stop playing all day. Then we got home at about 4pm, and she wasn't quite so excited to see us, and she walked over to a chair which was in the garden and jumped onto it, i went over and gave her a cuddle and she gave a horrible scream, and i noticed that her paw was held up in the air. I then saw that her claw had come away from her foot and she was in a lot of pain.

Mum drove me and Daisy to the vets and we saw the loveliest vet we have ever seen. She was shocked at seeing poor little daisy, and she thought she was an old dog, as she looked so tired and old. Daisy did look like she had had enough. I talked to the vet for quite a while, and the vet said that she could of pulled the remaining claw off, put on antibiotics and bandaged it up , but she said that we would be back in a couple of weeks time with another claw doing the same thing. I couldn't bear her to be in so much pain, that i said i think she has had enough , and the vet agreed 100%, so did my mum. I knew that this day would come with daisy but it is just a shock as it just suddenly happened, but maybe that is for the best, she had a great day playing with bluebell, and was in pain for about an hour, and then went off to sleep.

The vet said i was amazing to her, because of all the medicines and time i did for daisy, and she said a lot of people wouldn't have bothered as much as i did. She said no one would have loved her any more than i did. Once daisy had gone i said goodbye and kissed her all over and told her that we would all miss her so much, and that daddy and bluebell would miss her too.

The vet said she had seen dogs with bad claws before, but never seen a dog with bad skin, eyes, feet and claws all at once. She said it was a lot for a little dog to take.

I miss her little personality, she was so cuddley, she always wanted to be carried and kissed, and she followed me everywhere, even in the bath she wanted to sit with me, i was with her every day for her whole life and that is going to take a while to get over, i don't think any dog will have daisys personality. I just keep saying that i can't believe this has happened, i cant believe she has gone.

I did feel so sorry for her, poor thing. The vet said to my mum that it will break my heart losing daisy, and it really has. I feel part of me went with little daisy.

She was our first dog, and we only had her for such a short amount of time, if i had known she was going to go yesterday then i would have cuddled her all day, but i didn't know, and mum says that daisy knew how much we loved her and how much daisy loved us. Mum said she had a happy 12 months, and she was certainly happy with us, it was just a shame we had to fight so hard against this agressive condition, and in the end it won.

Daisy we love you so much and we will never forget you.

xxxxxx

Claire L
16th September 2007, 11:45 AM
Oh Emma, I am in tears here reading all of this. I am so very very sorry for your loss. I know that there are no words to comfort you right now, you and Daisy were together every single day and the loss you are feeling now must seem unbearable to you. You gave Daisy so much love and care. She was blessed to have you in her life and I know she will be in your heart forever. My thoughts are with you and your family at this heartbreaking time.

Cathryn
16th September 2007, 01:29 PM
Oh Emma :hug: I too am all teared up reading your post.

Daisy had a wonderful last day doing things she wanted to do surrounded by people who loved and adored her, plus her little sister for companionship too, what more could she have needed? She knew how much you loved and adored her :lotsaluv: I know only too well the pain you are going through, it will lessen in time and you will have many happy memories of Daisy, despite her problems, that will comfort you in the days and weeks to come.

Thinking of you!! :flwr: :hug:

Lani
16th September 2007, 01:32 PM
Emma, there is truly no one in the world who would have been a better "mom" to Daisy than you.

And I have to tell you how much I enjoyed getting to know Daisy this past year and via your posts ... I think we all did. When she was sick we all prayed for her and sent our healing energies you way ... She was such a beautiful, sweet girl and she really was blessed to have you in her life. :flwr:

My thoughts are with you, Bluebell and your family. :hug:

nlg679
16th September 2007, 01:41 PM
Emma-
I can't even imagine your broken heart.....Daisy stole all of our hearts here at CT. She was such a sweet, sweet baby. I always looked forward to your photos and stories. I am so sorry. I just don't know what to say.
I wish you and George peace and hugs and love to Bluebell.:luv:

Lynn
16th September 2007, 03:53 PM
I'm at a total loss for words...this is simply heart wrenching news. Daisy was so sweet and I always loved seeing photos of her and reading about her knowing she was having a hard time made her seem all that more precious. I was thrilled when you got Bluebell because Daisy would have someone to play with and I knew that would make her happy. I am deeply sorry for your loss Emma. You gave Daisy the best life she could have and then you took away her pain when she needed you to help her. She was very blessed to have such a wonderful family. I am deeply sorry and I hope in time the pain will ease.

Jen
16th September 2007, 04:36 PM
I am so sorry for loss, Emma. Anyone who has loved a pet knows how you feel right now. Take comfort in knowing that you did the right thing and that Bluebell is there to help ease your pain. :flwr:

Mary
16th September 2007, 05:05 PM
I am so sorry for your loss. No matter how may pets we have and love....the loosing never gets any easier. You are in my thoughts.

AT
16th September 2007, 05:48 PM
So sorry to hear about daisy , but you loved her & made her happy while she was here

Gem
16th September 2007, 06:07 PM
Someone, somewhere was calling for an angel. Thinking of you and your family at this terrible time, take extra special care of Bluebell too she'll need it right now

Barbara Nixon
16th September 2007, 06:36 PM
I'm so sorry, Emma. Daisy had such a short life, but you made her as happy as she could be.

It's hard, now, but soon your sorrow will be replaced by relief that you were able to end her suffering.

Lisa_T
16th September 2007, 06:45 PM
Oh, Emma. I can't find the words... I remember seeing all the photos of Daisy, right from when she was a tiny little thing, and, like the others, following her through her ups and downs. This is heartbreaking, but at least she had a last glorious day of fun and as little pain as you could manage.... cuddle little Bluebell- I'm sure she's missing Daisy too.

Take care.

*Pauline*
16th September 2007, 07:08 PM
:cry*ing:Oh Emma, I'm so so sorry. Daisy was such a sweet little angel. We'll all be thinking of you. :hug:

jcj528
17th September 2007, 01:27 AM
So sorry for your loss. Daisy is free now and playing with all our beloved four footed friends who have gone on to the Bridge. You did the right thing letting her go though I know it was so very hard.

jld
17th September 2007, 03:22 AM
I am fairly new to this board, and didn't know Daisy's story. However, I feel your loss and know it is the hardest thing in the world to say good-bye to such a beloved member of your household. Only time, your family, and your precious Bluebell will ease the pain. It also seems you have many friends on this board that you can turn to for comfort. Judy and Dixie

OhMarley
17th September 2007, 09:16 AM
:( oh no... Emma i'm so sorry about Daisy I can't imagine how painful it must be... She was such a beautiful little girl and I really enjoyed looking at her photos and reading about her Bluebell...
Rest in Peace Daisy you'll be sadly missed
xox:cry*ing:

coconut
17th September 2007, 09:17 AM
Oh Emma, i had to get up from the computer and go to the bathroom as i am in work and i am sitting here in tears, i am truly sorry for your lose, Daisy was so preious and i think that you have giving her the best of everything for the short period that she had! I am sure that bluebell will help u ease the pain but nothing will replace what u had with daisy!! Thinking about you Emma.

merlinsmum
17th September 2007, 01:11 PM
Emma,

Our thoughts are with you at such a sad time. Daisy was a very beautiful girl, may she live long in your hearts.

BarbMazz
17th September 2007, 03:35 PM
Emma,
I'm so sorry to read of your loss :(
I loved hearing about Daisy, and seeing her pictures. My heart aches for you and your family. Please accept my condolences.

Denise G.
17th September 2007, 03:49 PM
Emma--I'm so saddened by Daisy's passing. :(

I know you loved her more than anyone on earth could have. You were her angel while she was alive and now she's yours. Hug Blue Bell close and hold tight to good memories.

Hugs and prayers to you--

GudrunTheRed
17th September 2007, 08:42 PM
Emma,

I am so, so sorry and I can't believe it! Daisy was a real little trooper and she had a wonderful, wonderful life with you so please take some comfort in that.

Chardonnay
18th September 2007, 12:04 AM
Oh Emma, I am so sorry and so sad to read this. I have been following Daisy's story ever since I joined the board and found you and her to be such an inspiration. I didn't realize, however, how bad this condition could be.

My thoughts are with you and Daisy at the bridge.

Chard
Mom to Maggie (Cav) and Behr (Brittany)

Alison_Leighfield
18th September 2007, 01:58 PM
So sorry to hear this Emma, may little Daisy now be free from pain.
The inherited Dry Eye Curly Coat condition that she had is indeed a vary painfull and demanding one.
I'm sure that her short life with you was made so wonderful for her by yourself and your family and her little playmate Bluebell.

May she now rest.

Take care Emma, you have my address,

Alison xxx

ourempire
18th September 2007, 05:25 PM
Hi Emma.
I am so sorry to hear about Daisy. It simply breaks our hearts when we have to let our pets put to rest. Hugs and many thoughts from Charlotte

Karen S.
18th September 2007, 07:03 PM
I'm so sorry for your loss. She will always be in your heart.

Aileen
18th September 2007, 07:50 PM
I am so sorry
----Aileen and the gang(Barney---Jazzie---Sam)

Cathy T
19th September 2007, 04:42 PM
Oh Emma :cry*ing:I am so sad to hear about Daisy. I hope you know how much she touched all of us!!! She was such a sweet and strong little girl. I loved seeing her pictures on your website and hearing about her. You gave her the best possible life a little one could ever have. I'm so glad her last day was filled with fun, play and love. I do think you made the right decision in letting her go before her pain was too much to bear. Rest in peace baby girl.....we're all crying at the loss of your beautiful little spirit.

Cleo's Person
19th September 2007, 05:15 PM
Oh Emma I'm so very sorry to hear about Daisy. :cry*ing::cry*ing: LIke every one else here I loved seeing the new photos and hearing all about her. At least now she is pain free. You and yours (esp Bluebell who must be missing her playmate) are in my thoughts and prayers. :hug: :hug:

Scouty girl
20th September 2007, 01:47 AM
Oh Emma, I just caught up with this post. I can't express how sad I was to read about sweet, beautiful little Daisy. I always thought she had the sweetest little face. By reading about her and seeing pictures it's as if I really knew her. It is very diffucult to lose a fur family member. You will think of her often and never forget the good times. I'm sure she loved you and your husband and little Blue Bell. Take comfort in knowing that you made the decision only you could make for Daisy, for you knew her best.

Maxxs_Mummy
20th September 2007, 12:18 PM
Emma,

I am so sorry that you have lost Daisy. 'Run free and chase the bunnies darling little one, a life free from pain now and you will have wings and be able to fly'. Take care Emma and know that Daisy's spirit will always be with you xxx

Emma n Renco
20th September 2007, 04:00 PM
My gosh - that's heartbreaking! I have absolutely no idea what to say. Our thoughts are with you through this time. So sorry xx

Princess Annabel
22nd September 2007, 08:12 PM
Emma I'm so sorry. Daisy was so young. My thoughts are with you.

Claire
22nd September 2007, 08:33 PM
Oh Emma I am so sorry to have logged in and found this news - I am in tears, she was a special little girl who had special parents, who looked after her in the best possible way, wish you happy memories and special thoughs at a time like this.

Rj Mac
23rd September 2007, 10:34 PM
Emma, we are so very sorry to hear this heartbreaking news, you are all in our thoughts and prayers :flwr:

Remali
24th September 2007, 01:48 AM
Oh Emma....I am so sad to hear of this, and my heart goes out to you. Your Daisy was so precious, you made her life a very happy one tho, remember the happy moments she had with you.

blue_star
26th September 2007, 04:14 PM
Hi Emma
So sorry to hear about Daisy, my thoughts are really with you. At least she is no longer in pain and can run free now.
I've loved seeing her model all the stuff on the website, she looked as if she loved posing for the photos.
Thinking about you

Caraline
27th September 2007, 03:08 PM
That is so terribly sad. I am truly sorry for your loss. :(

Sandrac
29th September 2007, 07:50 PM
Just got back from holidays to see this sad post about Daisy. My thoughts are with you.

pippa
3rd October 2007, 08:41 AM
Emma, just seen your post about Daisy. I am so sorry.She was such a beautiful baby...xx

KimNIndy
20th October 2007, 04:22 PM
oh emma i can't tell you how sorry i am to hear about daisy :cry*ing:. i'm only on this site about once a month or so and have only just now read what happened. daisy was so special and we will all miss hearing about her and seeing her sweet little face. what an incredibly lucky girl she was to be surrounded by so much love and constant care! i hope that you are comforted by knowing how happy you made her and that she is free from pain now*ng*l you must miss her incredibly and my thoughts and prayers are with you, george and bluebell. :hug::hug:

mishmosh
22nd October 2007, 10:50 PM
I'm so sorry this happened. She looked a dear little dog :(

Justine
25th October 2007, 06:12 AM
Sorry to read about Daisy.I am not very good with words,but truely saddened for you.xxxxxx

Celticharmony
26th October 2007, 11:29 AM
Emma so sorry about your loss of your sweet Daisy and I am just totally moved by your lovely tribute to her. Daisy was so very lucky that someone with such a love and compassion for animals came into her life.