I have put some thought into keeping his ashes in my car since he loved going for rides.I am not sure I am going to do that. The vet's office did the cremation free of charge and his ashes are in a nice small wooden box. I wasn't really paying attention to it, I was trying to be strong, when I got in my car I saw the little brass tag on the side that said Lucky 2007-2019 I about lost it. They also gave me a card, which I don't yet have the strength or distance to read. I am slowly adapting to this new state of life. I still look around at bedtime some because I used to check to see where he was at before I laid down. I am doing better, but there are still hard moments. We donated his medicine to the vet office for others to use if they don't have the money. I gave a box of puppy milk I had bought for him to the local Humane Society shelter and they were thankful. A friend of outs has a dog with a sensetive stomach so we gave her the food and most of the treats.
"The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away;
may the name of the Lord be praised.”
Lucky came into my life when I very much needed a friend and companion. He is deeply missed.