Veterinarian Marie Haynes describes the most important things to look for and how to know when to put your dog down. This vet also shares her experience with putting her own dog to sleep at home, and offers help for healing the grief of losing your dog.
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Should you put your dog to sleep because of a torn ACL, painful injury, or uncontrollable peeing? Is it too soon, or is pain or old age getting the best of your beloved friend? Putting your dog to sleep is a difficult decision, but here are a few signs it's time.
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