Trying to know when your pet is suffering or has reached the end of a good quality of life is never easy.
This recent article in the Daily Gleaner is a very good discussion of a very difficult topic. Our pets become such the fabric of our daily lives that it really does hurt your heart to say goodbye. But we are able, unlike in many other areas of our lives, to ensure that the quality of the end of life is just as good as their previous good quality of life. It’s not an easy choice, but, in my experience, it is always a decision made with love.