Last reply 1 month ago

I’ve had my dog for 9 years and when this started in January he was acting real clingy then he was acting semi normal again, so now i started having symptoms again and it’s like he knew before i did and i can not get him to stop being clingy again. I have used him as my emotional support animal since i got him and it is so amazing how he is so in tune with me. Has anyone else experienced this?

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1 month ago

@kristi_jo_hudson omg yes I can relate to you we had a boxer when I was diagnosed in june 2018 then in the Sept 2018 my nurse came to house to do 1st injection he stayed by my side all the time with his head on my lap . Dogs so loyal but unfortunately he passed away in june age 12 so devastated . Were looking into getting another bundle of joy pups born on st Patrick’S day 👏 ..

1 month ago

Dogs are such a comfort. Raven, a Springer spaniel, is like my shadow. He certainly knows when I have a bad day, he will sit at my side and his behaviour changes. I also have retrained him to help m around the house. I would be totally lost without him.

1 month ago

Yes animals do understand there owners pain and distress!!! They write movies about this “a Mans besr friend is his Dog ” so yes yes yes !!! Love it my dog is “cookie ” she knows more than me….. enjoy

1 month ago

That’s really interesting! My dog (aged 12) spent the night on my bed a few years ago when I was having hypertension issues and starting medication for it). I kept waking up to our wonderful and crazy hound staring at me. Then when I had surgery last week and came home he has been sitting on my feet when I’ve been watching tv. He is a collie cross lurcher. Animals are amazing and great healers (not so much our cat who is quite grumpy at the moment😀).

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