Losing your fluffy companion can be an extremely, painfully, heartbreaking experience, even though dog owners know they will eventually have to face such situation at some point in their lives.
But the shock may not be so devastating if you were emotionally prepared for the dreadful separation and actually had a chance to say goodbye, that’s why you need to know more about the behavioral signs that your canine friend is close to death.
Just like humans, aging is inevitable in dogs. As your dog gets older, they’ll slow down, start having gray hair, and suffer from joint problems, in addition to a significant change in the dog’s behavior and activity levels. In fact, it is difficult to tell the difference between the behavioral changes that are simply due to old age and those signaling upcoming death.
you about your dog’s approaching death
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