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Dogs Dying quotes by Rudyard Kipling
#1. There is sorrow enough in the natural way
From men and woman to fill our day;
But when we are certain of sorrow in store,
Why do we always arrange for more?
Brothers & Sisters, I bid you beware
Of giving your heart to a dog to tear. #Quote by Rudyard Kipling
Dogs Dying quotes by James Oswald
#2. Neighbours complaining about someone's dog making an awful racket. You could hardly blame the poor beast, its owner had died in her bed at least a fortnight before and there hadn't been much left of the old girl worth eating. #Quote by James Oswald
Dogs Dying quotes by Steven  Rowley
#3. Okay.' I can feel the letters vomit off my tongue.
O.
K.
A.
Y.
I watch the vet insert the syringe into the catheter and inject the second drug. And then the adventures come flooding back:

The puppy farm.
The gentle untying of the shoelace.
THIS! IS! MY! HOME! NOW!
Our first night together.
Running on the beach.
Sadie and Sophie and Sophie Dee.
Shared ice-cream cones.
Thanksgivings.
Tofurky.
Car rides.
Laughter.
Eye rain.
Chicken and rice.
Paralysis.
Surgery.
Christmases.
Walks.
Dog parks.
Squirrel chasing.
Naps.
Snuggling.
'Fishful Thinking.'
The adventure at sea.
Gentle kisses.
Manic kisses.
More eye rain.
So much eye rain.
Red ball.

The veterinarian holds a stethoscope up to Lily's chest, listening for her heartbeat.
All dogs go to heaven.
'Your mother's name is Witchie-Poo.' I stroke Lily behind her ears the way that used to calm her. 'Look for her.'
OH FUCK IT HURTS.
I barely whisper. 'She will take care of you. #Quote by Steven Rowley
Dogs Dying quotes by Pam Brown
#4. If there is a heaven, it's certain our animals are to be there. Their lives become so interwoven with our own, it would take more than an archangel to detangle them. #Quote by Pam Brown
Dogs Dying quotes by Jean-Marie G. Le Clezio
#5. I thought that to get to know a desert it was enough to have been there. I thought that to have seen the dogs dying along the Cholula road, or to have seen the eyes of the lepers at Chiengmai gave me the right to talk about it. To have seen! To have been there! Rubbish! The world is not a book, it proves nothing. The spaces one has crossed were dark corridors with closed doors. The faces of the women to whom one gave oneself up completely: did they speak for anyone but themselves? The cities of man are secret. One walks along their streets, one sees them shine under one's feet, but one is not there, one never enters them. The dusty fields inhabited by people who are hungry, who wait patiently, are paradises of luxury and nourishment; shining at a vast distance from intelligence, at a vast distance from reason. They are not to be subjugated. #Quote by Jean-Marie G. Le Clezio
Dogs Dying quotes by Dean Koontz
#6. Few human beings give of themselves to another as a dog gives of itself. #Quote by Dean Koontz
Dogs Dying quotes by Solomon Northup
#7. The existence of Slavery in its most cruel form among them, has a tendency to brutalize the humane and finer feelings of their nature. Daily witnesses of human suffering - listening to the agonizing screeches of the slave - beholding him writhing beneath the merciless lash - bitten and torn by dogs - dying without attention, and buried without shroud or coffin - it cannot otherwise be expected, #Quote by Solomon Northup
Dogs Dying quotes by Christy Leigh Stewart
#8. Do animals understand the concept of dreams or do they think they enter another dimension when they get tired? #Quote by Christy Leigh Stewart
Dogs Dying quotes by Richelle E. Goodrich
#9. Gentle, honest, heart-to-heart conversations - the deep kind that reach inside your soul to fan at dying embers, making them glow and emit warmth that soothes both flesh and mind - are worth more than the combined wealth of universes. #Quote by Richelle E. Goodrich
Dogs Dying quotes by Thomas  Harris
#10. These are probably dogs, #Quote by Thomas Harris
Dogs Dying quotes by William Shakespeare
#11. Ay, but to die, and go we know not where. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Dogs Dying quotes by Ursula K. Le Guin
#12. Until that moment Vetch had watched him with an anxious dread, for he was not sure what had happened there in the dark land. He did not know if this was Ged in the boat with him, and his hand had been for hours ready to the anchor, to stave in the boat's planking and sink her there in midsea, rather than carry back to the harbors of Earthsea the evil thing that he feared might have taken Ged's look and form. Now when he saw his friend and heard him speak, his doubt vanished. And he began to see the truth, that Ged had neither lost nor won but, naming the shadow of his death with his own name, had made himself whole: a man: who, knowing his whole true self, cannot be used or possessed by any power other than himself, and whose life therefore is lived for life's sake and never in the service of ruin, or pain, or hatred, or the dark. In the Creation of Ea, which is the oldest song, it is said, "Only in silence the word, only in dark the light, only in dying life: bright the hawk's flight on the empty sky." That song Vetch sang aloud now as he held the boat westward, going before the cold wind of the winter night that blew at their backs from the vastness of the Open Sea. #Quote by Ursula K. Le Guin
Dogs Dying quotes by Susan Ee
#13. It is not the gentle kiss of a couple on a first date, nor is it the kiss of a man driven by simple lust. He kisses me with the desperation of a dying man who believes the magic of eternal life is in this kiss. #Quote by Susan Ee
Dogs Dying quotes by Billy Graham
#14. Many people say they do not fear death, but the process of dying. It's not the destination, but the trip that they dread. #Quote by Billy Graham
Dogs Dying quotes by Charles Darwin
#15. The upper lip during the act of grinning is retracted, as in snarling, so that the canines are exposed, and the ears are drawn backwards; but the general appearance of the animal clearly shows that anger is not felt. Sir C. Bell[3] remarks "Dogs, in their expression of fondness, have a slight eversion of the lips, and grin and sniff amidst their gambols, in a way that resembles laughter." Some persons speak of the grin as a smile, but if it had been really a smile, we should see a similar, though more pronounced, movement of the lips and ears, when dogs utter their bark of joy; but this is not the case, although a bark of joy often follows a grin. #Quote by Charles Darwin
Dogs Dying quotes by Lailah Gifty Akita
#16. If today is all you have to live, what will you do? #Quote by Lailah Gifty Akita
Dogs Dying quotes by Sara Wolf
#17. Dying before you pay someone back is just plain rude. #Quote by Sara Wolf
Dogs Dying quotes by Gregory Maguire
#18. By evening, when the winds rose yet again, the power began to stutter at half-strength, and the sirens to fail. From those streetlights whose bulbs hadn't been stoned, a tea-colored dusk settled in uncertain tides. It fell on the dirty militias of pack dogs, all bullying and foaming against one another, and on the abandoned cars, and everything - everything - was flattened, equalized in the gloom of half-light. Like the subjects in a browning photograph in some antique photo album, only these times weren't antique. They were now. #Quote by Gregory Maguire
Dogs Dying quotes by Andy Kirkpatrick
#19. It's not dying that is the problem, he said. 'Climbing is like a lover, and your wife knows this. Whenever you are together, no matter how much you love your family, your thoughts are only of your lover, of climbing. #Quote by Andy Kirkpatrick
Dogs Dying quotes by Bernard-Joseph Saurin
#20. Death is but an instant, life a long torment. #Quote by Bernard-Joseph Saurin
Dogs Dying quotes by Mark Batterson
#21. That is the heavenly Father's deepest impulse toward us. You are the apple of His eye. And anyone who messes with you messes with Him. His protective instincts are most poignantly seen at the cross - the place where unconditional love and omnipotent power for the amalgam called amazing grace. That's where the Creator stepped between every fallen sinner and the fallen angel, Satan. That's where the Advocate took His stand against the Accuser of the brethren. The Sinless Son of God took the fall for us.

The cross is God's way of saying, "You are worth dying for. #Quote by Mark Batterson
Dogs Dying quotes by Lee Child
#22. Not while there are dogs on the street," he #Quote by Lee Child
Dogs Dying quotes by Janet Evanovich
#23. I don't care that you're short. I like lots of things that are short. Little dogs and daffodils. I hate you because you're mean as a snake. Would it kill you to be nice? #Quote by Janet Evanovich
Dogs Dying quotes by Plato
#24. A person who is good for anything ought not to calculate the chance of living or dying; he or she ought only to consider whether in doing anything he or she is doing right or wrong- acting the part of a good person or a bad person. #Quote by Plato
Dogs Dying quotes by Mitch Albom
#25. In a strange way, I envied the quality of Morrie's time even as I lamented its diminishing supply. Why did we bother with all the distractions we did? #Quote by Mitch Albom
Dogs Dying quotes by Peter Kreeft
#26. The civilization you sit in ... is now obvious in crisis, perhaps death pangs, twisting grotesquely like a dying animal, swirling down the garbage drain-this civilization was founded on God's road map. #Quote by Peter Kreeft
Dogs Dying quotes by John Green
#27. But this, too, was a side effect of dying: I could not run or dance or eat foods rich in nitrogen, but in the city of freedom, I was among the most liberated of its residents. #Quote by John Green
Dogs Dying quotes by T.H. White
#28. He caught a glimpse of that extraordinary faculty in man, that strange, altruistic, rare, and obstinate decency which will make writers or scientists maintain their truths at the risk of death. Eppur si muove, Galileo was to say; it moves all the same. They were to be in a position to burn him if he would go on with it, with his preposterous nonsense about the earth moving round the sun, but he was to continue with the sublime assertion because there was something which he valued more than himself. The Truth. To recognize and to acknowledge What Is. That was the thing which man could do, which his English could do, his beloved, his sleeping, his now defenceless English. They might be stupid, ferocious, unpolitical, almost hopeless. But here and there, oh so seldome, oh so rare, oh so glorious, there were those all the same who would face the rack, the executioner, and even utter extinction, in the cause of something greater than themselves. Truth, that strange thing, the jest of Pilate's. Many stupid young men had thought they were dying for it, and many would continue to die for it, perhaps for a thousand years. They did not have to be right about their truth, as Galileo was to be. It was enough that they, the few and martyred, should establish a greatness, a thing above the sum of all they ignorantly had. #Quote by T.H. White
Dogs Dying quotes by Kandi Steiner
#29. You know, they say that Bill Wilson asked for whiskey as his dying wish. The man was dying, at the end of the line, and he wanted the one vice he'd been fighting all his life. Even the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous wanted whiskey on his deathbed. #Quote by Kandi Steiner
Dogs Dying quotes by Susan Orlean
#30. Sense of smell, of course, is only one of those dog qualities that can't be replicated or improved upon. I've been researching dogs in warfare for my book about 'Rin Tin Tin,' and I've read many accounts of their heroics: carrying messages through battle, alerting troops to enemy planes, and even parachuting behind enemy lines. #Quote by Susan Orlean
Dogs Dying quotes by Joyce Carol Oates
#31. In 'We Were the Mulvaneys,' animals are almost as important as people. I wanted to show the tenderness in our relationships with cats, dogs, and horses. Especially cats. #Quote by Joyce Carol Oates
Dogs Dying quotes by Eugene O'Neill
#32. We'd be making sail in the dawn, with a fair breeze, singing a chanty song wid no care to it. And astern the land would be sinking low and dying out, but we'd give it no heed but a laugh, and never look behind. For the day that was, was enough, for we was free men - and I'm thinking 'tis only slaves do be giving heed to the day that's gone or the day to come - until they're old like me. #Quote by Eugene O'Neill
Dogs Dying quotes by Stewart Stafford
#33. No one gets out of this world alive...except astronauts. #Quote by Stewart Stafford
Dogs Dying quotes by Melissa Jensen
#34. Love is one of two things worth dying for. I have yet to decide on the second. #Quote by Melissa Jensen
Dogs Dying quotes by Konrad Lorenz
#35. It ought to be realized by all dog owners that obesity shortens a dog's life quite considerably, a life which is much too short anyhow. #Quote by Konrad Lorenz
Dogs Dying quotes by Dean Koontz
#36. This may be the primary purpose of dogs: to restore our sense of wonder and to help us maintain it, to make us consider that we should trust our intuition as they trust theirs and to help us realize that a thing known intuitively can be as real as anything known by material experience. #Quote by Dean Koontz
Dogs Dying quotes by Ernest Gaines
#37. "You going back," she said. "You ain't going to run away from this, Grant." #Quote by Ernest Gaines
Dogs Dying quotes by Laura Thalassa
#38. Oh God, I'm fucked. So, so fucked. This isn't flying, this is the art of dying, and the one person who got me into this mess is gone.

I guess I now have my answer to that stupid "rhetorical" question: if a friend asked you to jump, would you?

Apparently, twat-waffle that I am, I would. #Quote by Laura Thalassa
Dogs Dying quotes by Timothy Findley
#39. What you people who weren't yet born can never know is what it meant to sleep in cities under silent falls of snow when all night long the only sounds you heard were dogs that parked at trains that passed so far away they took a short cut through your dreams and no one even woke. It was the war that changed that. It was. After the Great War for Civilization - sleep was different everywhere ... #Quote by Timothy Findley
Dogs Dying quotes by Paul Kalanithi
#40. At moments, the weight of it all became palpable. It was in the air, the stress and misery. Normally, you breathed it in, without noticing it. But some days, like a humid muggy day, it had a suffocating weight of its own. Some days, this is how it felt when I was in the hospital: trapped in an endless jungle summer, wet with sweat, the rain of tears of the families of the dying pouring down. #Quote by Paul Kalanithi
Dogs Dying quotes by Kamel Daoud
#41. I saw an astonishing spectacle down there: the roots of centuries-old trees, seen from the inside, so to speak, gigantic, twisting things, like giant, naked, suspended flowers. Go and visit that garden. I love the place, but sometimes when I'm there I detect the sent of a woman's sex, a giant, worn-out one. Which goes a little way toward confirming my obscene vision: This city faces the sea with its legs apart, its thighs spread, from the bay to the high ground where that luxurious, fragrant garden is. It was conceived - or should I say inseminated, ha, ha! - by a general, Gneral Letang, in 1847. You absolutely must go and see it - then you'll understand why people here are dying to have famous ancestors. To escape from the evidence. #Quote by Kamel Daoud
Dogs Dying quotes by William Wordsworth
#42. No motion has she now, no force; she neither hears nor sees; rolled around in earth's diurnal course, with rocks, and stones, and trees. #Quote by William Wordsworth
Dogs Dying quotes by Eric Ambler
#43. In a dying civilisation, political prestige is the reward not of the shrewdest diagnostician but of the man with the best beside manner. It is the decoration conferred on mediocrity by ignorance. Yet there remains one sort of political prestige that may still be worn with a certain pathetic dignity; it is that given to the liberal-minded leader of a party of conflicting doctrinaire extremists. His dignity is that of all doomed men: for, whether the two extremes proceed to mutual destruction or whether one of them prevails, doomed he is, either to suffer the hatred of the people or to die a martyr. #Quote by Eric Ambler
Dogs Dying quotes by Emmanuelle Soni-Dessaigne
#44. Art is one of the only way that we have to remain alive as we are dying. #Quote by Emmanuelle Soni-Dessaigne
Dogs Dying quotes by Romain Gary
#45. -Would you wish us to invest it for you?
-No, I would like you to set up a trust for dumb animals.
-What kind of dumb animals do you have in mind, Miss Donahue?
-Oh, stray dogs. Rats. Birds.
-We could still invest it for you. Then the animals would get the income without touching the capital.
-No, I don't wish to invest it. I don't want them to get rich. They might become human. #Quote by Romain Gary
Dogs Dying quotes by Mahatma Gandhi
#46. Roving dogs do not indicate the civilisation or compassion of the society. They betray on the country the ignorance and lethargy of its members. #Quote by Mahatma Gandhi
Dogs Dying quotes by Seanan McGuire
#47. Whoever said heroism was fair?" she asked. "It's the unfairest thing of all. 'Come, oh human child, and learn to swing a sword for the sake of people who've decided the thing you're best for is dying in their name.' We were lambs for the slaughter, all of us, and if we've survived, it's not because we're special. Come on. Let's be heroes one more time. #Quote by Seanan McGuire
Dogs Dying quotes by Sanjo Jendayi
#48. A woman's heart is her prized possession and if she shares it with you, consider yourself blessed. It is vital to her very being; it has the capability to pump life-giving love into every living cell of your body. It can make a man believe he can fly. It can be like water to a man dying of thirst. It has the ability to keep both of you breathing when one's breath is taken away by life's ups and downs. In order for it to achieve these awe inspiring feats, a man must do his part to keep her heart beating for him. Because of her heart's vital role in sustaining the relationship, if you play with her heart and it stops beating for you…it most certainly will result in the death of the relationship.

In order for her heart to deliver this life-giving love to all of your cells, a love equally as strong must be pumped into every fiber of her being. That love must be capable of purifying the bad blood she has taken in throughout the day that took her breath away and bring pure love back to her heart. In this way it is a continuous cycle allowing reciprocal life-giving love to flow between the two of you sustaining the very life of your relationship. #Quote by Sanjo Jendayi
Dogs Dying quotes by Anthony Lane
#49. The general opinion of Revenge of the Sith seems to be that it marks a distinct improvement on the last two episodes, The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones. True, but only in the same way that dying from natural causes is preferable to crucifixion. #Quote by Anthony Lane
Dogs Dying quotes by Boris Pasternak
#50. You come out; it is still dark. The door creaks, or perhaps you sneeze, or the snow crunches under your foot, and hares start up from the far cabbage patch and leap away, leaving the snow criss-crossed with tracks. In the distance dogs begin to howl and it takes a long time before the quieten down. The cocks have finished their crowing and have nothing left to say. Then dawn breaks. #Quote by Boris Pasternak
Dogs Dying quotes by Dorothy Parker
#51. That would be a good thing for them to cut on my tombstone: Wherever she went, including here, it was against her better judgment. #Quote by Dorothy Parker
Dogs Dying quotes by Bob Kerrey
#52. I thought dying for your country was the worst thing that could happen to you. I think killing for your country can be a lot worse. Because that's the memory that haunts. #Quote by Bob Kerrey
Dogs Dying quotes by Stokely Carmichael
#53. Leaders in Africa are so corrupt that we are certain if we put dogs in uniforms and put guns on their shoulders, we'd be hard put to distinguish them. #Quote by Stokely Carmichael

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