The hardest part of owning a pet is deciding when it’s time to say goodbye and euthanise your pet, but this can be a gift of love.
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Understanding what happens at a home pet euthanasia appointment can help you prepare to say goodbye.
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Hiring a pet sitter who is well-prepared and knowledgeable about senior pet care is crucial to ensure your beloved companion receives the care they deserve. In this blog post, we will discuss essential steps to help you prepare a pet sitter to care for your senior pet.
Pets bring immense joy and companionship to our lives. They become part of our families and provide us with unconditional love. However, just like humans, pets can also face health challenges, and one of the most concerning diagnoses is cancer. The moment you receive the news that your beloved furry friend has been diagnosed with cancer can be overwhelming and heartbreaking.
As our pets age, it's natural for them to experience certain health issues, just like humans. One concerning event that may occur in senior pets is a seizure. Witnessing your senior pet having a seizure can be distressing, but it's essential to stay calm and take appropriate actions.
Euthanasia literally translates to a good death, so let's explore what influences pet owners to make the tough decision.
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Senior pets are susceptible to certain health issues and emergencies that require prompt attention and care.
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Being exposed to death for the first time can be an incredibly difficult experience, and often the first monumental death in our lives will be our best furry friend. The intense sorrow and grief that can come after losing your companion is something that most of us encounter, and often more than once.
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We’ve consulted our veterinarians about what they want you as pet owners to understand about euthanasia.
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In this article, we will explore five reasons to consider euthanising your sick or elderly dog and provide valuable insights to help you make an informed decision about your pet’s end of life.
We'll explore whether a natural death or at-home euthanasia is the best option for you and your pet, for the most peaceful and pain free way to say goodbye.
When you watch your pet decline and suffer through life, a little piece of you dies, because you know the end is near. You also might know that the best thing for them is euthanasia, so their death is peaceful and they won’t struggle through pain or illness for those final weeks of life. We created our free tool, a Quality of Life Assessment, to help guide you through this important yet tough decision, and help you plan out the next steps of your pet’s life.
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As parents or caregivers, it's essential to help children navigate this difficult journey and help them understand the finality of death.
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