Quality of Life

Anxiety, Guilt & Doubt - These are all emotions/feelings that accompany making a euthanasia decision.  These feelings are almost always present, it is best to acknowledge these feelings and understand that they are normal.  No-one ever wants to say goodbye to their best friend - this is 

 

I have heard a lot of "myths" over the past few years ... some of them include:

~ They will tell you when it is time

~ You will see it in their eyes

 

The problem with these myths is that it puts the focus on you the pet parent and not your beloved pet. The truth is, this is an incredibly difficult decision which should be made with the pet's quality-of-life as the main focus.  We HIGHLY recommend using a quality-of-life scale if you are struggling with this making a euthanasia decision. 

Our client-care liaisons are wonderful and can help guide you through making the euthanasia appointment.  If you feel like you need a quality-of-life consult we recommend you reach out to your vet.  You can can also reach out to Lap of Love - they offer teleadvice consults.

We have found that this video "The Compassion of Euthanasia - Quality of Life & Quality of Death" has helped many pet families with this difficult decision.  

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