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Tue, Mar 19 | By Dr. Coates via PetMD.com | 2

Yesterday one of my clients came in with her two year-old Yorkie. The dog had spent the last four weeks and the lion’s share of ten thousand dollars in and out of multiple specialty hospitals. After coming down with granulomatous menin… more ›

A case of untimely euthanasia for one little dog (or, How to Offer Death 101)
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Catmomdo
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Catmomdo
1 year ago

$100 a day and no improvement? Shame on them.

I had to have the most wonderful cat euthanized nearly 2 years ago, because he was sick and his last few days were horrid for him. Watching him suffer was extremely hard, and I believe it would have been unnecessarily cruel to put him threw more suffering. The decision was extremely difficult because I did not want to let him go. Because of that, I must have called the veterinarians' office a half dozen times before I set the appointment.
I still miss him, and so does his adopted sister. Though watching him suffer till he died would have been inexcusably cruel.

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Ches21
1 year ago

for one thing there is no such thing as normal and if she could have lived with a disability then why would you put her to sleep, I myself am disabled so I understand things like this but a parent would have never thrown me away in that way at least not my parents there are also people who I have heard of taking their dogs and cats to have them putdown not because they are elderly or sick but well we have a two year old newfoundland in rescue and her owners were gonna put her down cause they said she was too much dog for them but she doesn't tug on leashes and she is very mannerly and there are several more stories like this one in the rescue but I would never have an animal putdown because of a disability.

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