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When do you "know" that it is time to put a loved pet to sleep?


We all have different emotional attachements to the pets we keep. For me, my cats are like my children. I find myself faced with make this decision and usally, its about quality of THEIR life and not about my feelings. What I would like to see in your answers are the things you look at when a pet must be put down, Experience at the vet's office in terms of pushing services that do not really improve quality of life, etc. Costs, and other considerations that you may have. I value input, so no judgements from me.

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