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When did you know it’s the right time to say goodbye?
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CheekyFuckersDontGetPastMe · 15/09/2019 21:17

I feel like I’m going around in circles, I make my mind up and then she perks up and around and around we go...

I have an appt tomorrow eveining, she has spent all weekend pooing in the house, scratching and bum crawling along the payment along with being very vocal.

Not eating and reverting back to old street behaviours from years ago.

She has just coughed up Flem after not eating all day.

I love her so much, but, I feel so bad when I change my mind time and time again

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CheesecakeAddict · 15/09/2019 21:24

With our dog that passed last week, we just knew it was time. We had tried everything and then she got something else. We could have given meds to hold it off for a few weeks but she would have needed surgery to fix it, which our vet wouldn't do as she was so old and frail. I think sometimes you just need to hear it from the professionals and know that you did everything you could, but is there still quality of life?

Sorry you are having to think about thisFlowers

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CheekyFuckersDontGetPastMe · 15/09/2019 21:33

I do know it’s time, but, sometimes she gives me a little bit of her old self and makes me re think.

Sorry you have gone through this, it’s so hard

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