Prayer for a dog that died

Prayer for a dog that died: Dear God/Dear Jesus,I don’t know if you exist, but I hope you do. My dog just died today after a short illness and I’m feeling very sad and lonely. Darla and I have been together since she was born six years ago and we had a wonderful relationship. When she first came to live with me she was crate trained so that moving her from house to house was easier when we were stationed overseas. But I didn’t know that crating an active puppy for too long would do permanent damage to her paws. She was leashed trained because she was too active for long lengths of time and getting her hit by a car was not something I wanted to deal with. She was a good guard dog and barked at the door when there were knocks or strange noises.

In this age of science and reason, it might seem strange to be praying for a dead dog. Some might even accuse us of superstition. But they wouldn’t know the heartache of having lost this wonderful pet. We never got over his loss, and our lives changed after his passing. Can you give us strength and comfort on this journey?

Dean was more than a dog…he was my best friend. I loved him like I love Ben and Charlie, our sons.He looked a lot like Charlie, actually. He had floppy ears, one a little bit bigger than the other, as if he had headphones on, which he did not. He liked to run in the woods and stare at the clouds (I’m not sure if those are things that dogs normally do). He played with Ben and Charlie and snuggled with them at night (and LOVED to sleep on the bed), but still retained his independence (which is what I wanted for him). And he knew when it was time to go outside…another reason I wanted him to have his own space. He slept in the mudroom off from Charlie’s bedroom where I kept his pain meds and antibiotics…he barked once when it was time for his pills and then went back to sleep (always ready for another romp). But then last Thursday we found him lying on the hardwood floor by the mudroom door. Our vet believes it was probably a stroke or heart attack that took his life because he didn’t have any external injuries and he wasn’t limping or favoring anything on our walk that morning

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Prayer for a dog that died

Dear God,

Please watch over the soul of our beloved dog [name] who died today.

She was gentle and kind, a companion to all who knew her. She loved to play fetch and would bring you a stick if you asked her to. She was always willing to help out, whether it was by sitting on your lap while you read or by chasing away any intruders who might be trying to get into your home.

We are heartbroken by her loss, and we pray that you will help us find comfort in knowing she is at peace now.

Dear God,

We come before you today to ask for your forgiveness for the death of our dog, [name]. In our grief, we have been overwhelmed with anger, sadness and regret. We have vented at each other and at those around us who were not involved in the incident that led to [name]’s death. We have cursed this world for being so unfair and we have cursed ourselves for not being able to prevent this from happening.

We are asking for your help today in letting go of these feelings of anger and blame so that we might be able to move forward with our lives without carrying these heavy burdens with us. We ask that you give us strength in these trying times as we continue on without [name].

Prayer for a dog that died

Introduction

A dog is more than just a pet; it’s also a member of your family. If you’ve lost a beloved animal, you aren’t alone in feeling grief. You may even want to ask God for help in coping with the loss. Try praying along these lines:

Blessed Lord, we know that all things work together for good for those that love you, and that you have promised that nothing can separate us from your love.

We know that you are in control of all things, Lord. You have promised to work all things together for good, and we believe you.

We believe that your love is eternal and unchanging, even when our circumstances change. We know that there will be times when we do not understand why something happened, but we trust you to give us strength to endure the hard times and joy in the good times so that we may move forward into a bright future together with those we love most dearly: each other, our pets (who are also family) and yourself.

We thank you for the faithful and loving companionship of our dog. They were a trusted friend and a member of our family, and we are grateful for the time we shared as master, companion and friend.

We thank you for the faithful and loving companionship of our dog. They were a trusted friend, a member of our family and a master-companion who helped us feel better when we needed it most. We are grateful for the time we shared as master, companion and friend.

We ask that you watch over our pets during their time on earth and welcome them into your kingdom when they cross over from this world to the next. We also ask that you comfort us in our grief at this time, and help us remember all that was good about our beloved pet during their time with us here on Earth so that we may honor them properly in death with love and fond memories.

We pray now for a continued experience of your comfort at this sad time. Fill our hearts with gladness as we remember the encouraging words of your saints, who declared “there is no death, life is eternal”.

We pray now for a continued experience of your comfort at this sad time. Fill our hearts with gladness as we remember the encouraging words of your saints, who declared “there is no death, life is eternal”.

We are reminded that you are always with us in our pain and suffering. We pray also that this comfort will enable us to rest in you during these difficult days.

Thank you Lord, that our loved one is safe in your care. We grieve their passing but trust in your promise of life after death, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

The Bible says, “For the Lord is good; His mercy is everlasting; His truth endures to all generations.” Psalm 100:5.

We trust in the goodness of God and know that He will take care of us, our lost loved ones and their pets. They will be safe in His hands even until one day we get to see them again when Jesus returns. We look forward to entering into heaven after death with all those who believed in Christ as their savior during their lifetime on earth.

God loves us even when someone we love dies

God is always with us. God is always there for us. God is always with us in times of sorrow, as well as in times of happiness and fulfillment.

That’s what we know, and that’s what we need to remind ourselves of when our pets die, because it can be a difficult time for any pet owner and their family members.

Conclusion

We hope that you enjoyed this article and found it helpful. In all of the sadness and negativity around us, we need to find ways to remain hopeful. We believe that your dog is in a better place now, waiting for you to be reunited with them someday.

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