Taking care of their dying dog as a family was a hard but beautiful experience.
Tag: caring for a dying dog
Losing one dog is tough, losing three in six month ... can be a doorway into animal hospice care. Allowing a natural end of life for a pet can be challenging in the face of wide-spread beliefs about euthanasia. This story tells Sally's path to experiencing death with a fur friend in the same manner
This is the end of life story of Lola who was diagnosed with a malignant bronchial carcinoma and her human, Jasmina, who provided hospice care for her until natural death. It's about their challenges and the gifts from this experience.
This is the story of Amira, a Leonberger, living out her life and dying at her own pace. It is also the story of how Claudia, her human, provided hospice care for her and what she took from the experience.
Wanting to learn more about animal hospice care? Find resources on the practical aspects as well as exploring your beliefs around dying and death.
Waxing and waning appetite is a common and normal symptom of dying. A dog not eating at the end of their life does not necessarily mean that it is time to euthanise them.
This is the story of Old Lady, one of the over 30 million Indian street dogs. How she was loved and cared for after being run over by a car until her peaceful death. How we can make a difference. Not only in a street dog's life, but all animal's life. Especially when their life
Animal hospice care is an unknown concept to most vets. If you are considering accompanying the dying process of your pet when they have reached the end of their life, discuss this option with your vet to find out where they stand and if they are interested in educating themselves on the topic to be
Dying is as much a part of living as being born. Most pets die by euthanasia. Is this because it's always the kindest way or is it just a lack of education that animal hospice care is available, doable and preserves the dignity of the animal? Here is some food for thought on the topic
Loss of mobility doesn't need to be your dog's death sentence. With creativity and help from family, friends and the wider community when needed your dog can continue a life worth living.