This is one of the most painful topics to talk about, but we need to understand that this is life, and death is something we are all going to end up experiencing at some point, whether we like it or not.
So it is up to us to whether accept it and learn how to deal with it, or not accept it but then feel completely damaged when it happens. I vote for the first one…
Losing a dog is no different than losing a family member because they share with us our homes and daily routines for years while providing us with so much love and safety. This is why it is necessary to understand what’s coming next in order to soften the blow and learn how to say goodbye on better terms.
Expert vets treat a lot of senior dogs, which means they deal with pet parents constantly through the emotional process of euthanasia. When it is time for a dog to leave, the signs would not always be obvious, but there are a few that are considered to be the most common.
Be strong, and hope for your dog to always feel less pain and more relief during any process throughout his life.