This is an incredible article about dealing with end of life decisions and our pets. For me this piece is incredibly timely as I am going through this very same issue with my dog Jazz who also suffers from congestive heart failure and is almost 14 years old.
After 3 weeks of scheduling a time to put my dog down, I have still not done so, as I’m not sure she is ready (clearly I am not either).
I was comforted to read this piece in the New York Time by Anna Hamayoun.
“Instead of euthanasia for my aging dog, I tried a palliative and hospice care approach to ease his pain and give him more time to enjoy life.The author’s dog, Mason, in 2015, just before he was given his diagnosis.CreditAmanda Jones” Click here to read more…
The End Of A Dog’s Life From The NYT was last modified: December 17th, 2018 by