How Do You Know When to Put a Dog Down?

Euthanasia spares dogs from extended deterioration that cannot be medically fixed.

Prolonged Suffering

Dogs no longer enjoying walks, play, food or human interaction may be ready.

Poor Quality of Life  

Dogs sleeping excessively and no longer wanting to participate in life need evaluation.

Extreme Fatigue

Dogs losing complete control over urination and bowel movements have declining health.

Loss of Bowel Control  

 An elderly or ill dog totally refusing food indicates failing health.

 No Appetite

Labored, pronounced respiratory distress greatly impacts wellbeing. 

Difficulty Breathing   

Dogs unable to stand or constantly collapsing have poor life quality.

 Immobility or Collapse

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