That’s a difficult question that varies from animal to animal and pet owner to pet owner. To help you know when the time is right, it may help to consider several quality of life factors and measure them daily on a scale of one to ten. Quality of life factors include such things as your pet’s hunger, hydration, hygiene, mobility, happiness and whether he’s having more good days than bad ones.
A very special thanks to Dr. Collis for taking care of my baby girl. A big fat thanks to Shannon for everything she did for Kaycee, also. You’re awesome. Thanks again to everyone.Norma Jean
Alberta Veterinary Medical Association
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