6 thoughts on “Why I have seemed a bit ‘off’ lately (Storytime with Dr Jones)”

  1. As an elder orphan (a senior, no kids or living family), your mother in law was lucky to have the support of your family at the end of her life. Love is the most important component of life and we cannot control all the ups and downs, but we can love. I am sure your mother in law felt deeply loved by all those that assisted her at the end. She did not have to deal with her illness alone and feel abandoned. That is a reason to be grateful. The fact that you are a bit off since her illness is testament to your love for her. I wish you and your family the best as you heal from your loss.

  2. Thank you for sharing your loss with us. I hope your family can become closer as you heal together.

    I’m glad I found your website to help with some challenges I’m facing with my older dog.

  3. I’m so sorry for your family’s loss. I’m glad your mother-in-law had her loved ones around her. Sending many prayers to all your family and friends through these hard times and always.

  4. First of all my deepest condolences to you and your family for your great loss. I’m a first time viewer and I was searching for help with my Lab/Pitt rescue. She just came out of season and has a discharge. I watched the video you had about open pyometra. I signed up for the free book and then your blog. This is the first blog I watched. I can barely see the screen through my tears. My heart breaks for you I am truly sorry for the loss of your mother in law. There has been so much loss in the last two years I’m overwhelmed with grief. I will pray for you and your family’s heavy hearts. May you find comfort in your memories. God Bless You and thank you for your selflessness and your time helping everyone with their fur babies. Thank you so much.

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