I haven't been on here for a while and kinda wanted to let you guys know what was going on. Two weeks ago, I was sent to managers training for the company I work for. The hardest part of leaving my house for any extended amount of time is that I have to leave my dog behind with nobody to take him to the park, hike in the woods or go fishing. I had come home on friday and my dog could barely contain himself with excitement. The next day, my friend and I decided to take our pups fishing. To make a long story short, my dog saw a dog in the field acrooss the street and he took off running. I yelled as loud as I could for him to stop but he slipped under the guardrail and got hit at about 60 by an expidition. I saw every second of it and I cannot get it out of my mind. I ran as fast as I could to get to him but I knew he wouldn't make it. His legs were stuck straight out and he was crying with every breath. After about the third squeel from him, I grabbed him and just started crying and screaming. He looked at me, made one more noise and died. I saw the life leave my babies eyes. I felt his body go limp. It was the worst thing I have ever seen in my life. I am feeling better every day, but I know that I am responsible for my babys death. I know he was just a dog, but I loved him with all of my heart. He was born in my closet and he died in my hands. I had him creamated because I had to go back to training the next morning and I didn't have time to bury him. I plan on spreading most of his ashes near a creek that was our favorite spot. I really don't know why i'm telling you guys this... I expect that most people here could give a **** about my poor dog but this has forever changed my life. I wasn't ready to say goodbye to Oso. He was only 7. He was the best dog in the world. My house is empty and dead now without him here. I keep expecting to see him or hear him playing with the cat. I loved him and I miss him with all my heart. I pray that God and my Dog can forgive me for my carelesness. Rest in peace, Oso. You were the greatest thing that has ever happened to me. You were the smartest most incredible dog I have ever had and there will never be another one like you. I love and miss my dog, Oso.