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Have you ever given a pet near the end of it's life"hospice care" instead of taking it to the vet ?
This was the first time I as an adult dealt with end of life care for an animal. I made the decision to euthanize based on my pets quality of life, pain level, and the fact that due to my work schedule I would not have been able to be with her.
I think hospice care is completely appropriate in many scenarios. It's a decision all pet owners need to be prepared to make.
Thanks for the great question! Have you had some experience caring for a pet in it's last days at home?
Yes , under the circumstances you did the correct thing. Mine was a situation were with my 16 yrs. with"pretty girl" we had grown perhaps unusually close. She developed a tumor on her shoulder and the vet said it was risky putting her to sleep- well after many months the antibiotics stopped working.For two days she hyperventilated some with rapid heartbeat. Made her as comfortable as possible.The last day was heart-breaking but something quite remarkable happened that I will put up on a hub soon. Thank you Thibeau for your post & question.
I have and it was one of the most rewarding and love filled times of my life. She was sweet Baby, my parent's tiny poodle. I still miss her.
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