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piqaboo wrote:Sending Jenny best wishes for a comfortable and easy life, all the way to the end, whenever it may come.
piqaboo wrote:If Jenny is at all nervous at the vet, consider contacting someone who will come to your home when the time comes.
Do your best to greet that person as a friend, and it can make things easier all 'round.
jamiebk wrote:Our friends opted for the at-home method and it was very peaceful. First a mild sedative. Their beloved pet just went to sleep and so there was never any pain or anxiety about the rest of the procedure. The vet was just incredible.
As mentioned, our pup is 11 now and she is slowing down. I hope that Bonnie and I never have to make the decision about putting her to sleep. It would be wonderful if she just passed naturally when that time comes. However, I would do that if the dog was in pain and suffering. They have such great spirits...such loyalty.
Shapley wrote:I used to cook boils some rosemary in water, and then rinse the dogs with it when it cooled. It seemed to work okay for our first couple of dogs. The current two dogs won't agree to a bath. They play in the creek, though, and manage to keep clean, most of the time.
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