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It’s never easy when a pet dies, especially one that’s lived so long it’s like part of the family. I’m sorry, man. It’s a hell of a thing.
My dog currently has cancer. I understand your concerns.
Argh. The poor thing. Don't prolong its pain and suffering unnecessarily. We had to euthanize our first dog and it feels like a horrible thing to do, but it's the humane solution in cases like these.
We've decided to euthanize him tomorrow, as he practically stopped eating. At least he's lucid, so we have option to say goodbyes. Thanks everyone for kind words.
No problem, man. Just know that we’re all here for you. Life throws us twists and turns, not all of them good. But it’s during times like these that we can lean on each other.
I’m sorry man. Truly.
Vet checked him before euthanizing. His kidneys stopped working, so he had a week left max. Thanks for support.
Thirteen years isn't bad for a dog. It's still horrible to lose a canine friend that way, though. Which reminds me: I really need to get my bitch sterilized so she doesn't get ovarian cancer. Why are vets so goddamn expensive?
We've actually adopted a new dog a while ago- also a girl. She's from shelter, so was already sterilized, but all the vaccines etc. costed quite a bit.
Mine's from a shelter as well, but over here in Belgistan shelters aren't obligated to sterilize, only vaccinate. It's the world upside down.