We are actually doing ok. I think because we had a lot of warning, we knew that Cheryl was slowly fading away from us and it was only a matter of time, so in some ways it was easier to let her go, much easier than losing a younger dog in the prime of its life. Also we have Taz and who can be sad with a crazy happy young dog running around the place and wanting to play and snuggle up on the couch? I really wanted to reassure other dog owners that losing your dog is really tough, but if you focus on the good memories, you can get through it. We are now actively "trying not to buy another puppy" because we have a few things we want to do before the end of the year that would be difficult with a puppy. Taz will be an only dog for a while and she doesn't seem to mind having the front seat of the ute to herself.
How was your May? What are your plans for June?