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Putting my dog down tomorrow how do i say goodbye


Putting my dog down tomorrow how do i say goodbye

If you're reading this then chances are good that the decision to euthanise your pet is already made, but you still want to be sure about how you say goodbye. We've put together some simple tips to help you when you say goodbye to your loved pet.

How to say goodbye to your pet

The last days will be difficult, so try and set aside some time for yourself and your pet when you know it's about to be time for them to die. Take them to the vet for a final visit if you have a regular vet. If not, ask your local vet if there is a home visit service.

A final walk around the garden or outside their kennel might be a nice way to see where they have lived and know them well. They will still recognise you and it will help if you don't take your mind off it, and focus on enjoying the last few days with them. If you have an in-ground kennel or pen, you may be able to arrange for someone to visit to let them out to their last walk around the garden.

If you have been keeping your pet's ashes on a shelf, or in the kitchen, that is a special way to say goodbye, but be sure that there are no smells that could upset your pet, or your family or friends.

If your pet is old or sick, you might want to visit them in the hospital or their home with your family. If you do decide to visit in person, try to be very casual. The staff are used to seeing this but you still don't want to bring it up if they are busy and stressed.

A final meal

If you have been feeding your pet at home, you might want to take them for one last walk around the garden or outside their kennel. You can't really say goodbye with a bowl of food in their mouth, but you can give them something small to nibble on while you're in there, like their usual food. It will probably go to waste, so try to make it as tasty as possible.

It's not the end of the world if you just have to say goodbye with a plate of dog food.

If you are visiting the vets for the last time, you may want to give your pet something to eat before they go in to see the doctor, and your vet may let you in to see them. If they are not allowed to see you before the euthanasia, you can always bring their favourite toys, or treat them to their favourite food. Make it as special as you can.

Saying goodbye to your pet

If you've been feeding your pet at home, you can leave your pet's bowls out where they usually eat or you can try to give them something nice to eat before they go in to see the vet.

Your pet will probably feel sad and confused when you say goodbye, and if you have done all you can, you might want to give your pet a last walk around the garden or outside their kennel. You can't really say goodbye with a bowl of food in their mouth, but you can give them something small to nibble on while you're in there.

If you're visiting the vets for the last time, you may want to give your pet something to eat before they go in to see the doctor. If they are not allowed to see you before the euthanasia, you can always bring their favourite toys, or treat them to their favourite food. Make it as special as you can.

If you want to say goodbye to your pet, you can bring their favourite toys, or treat them to their favourite food.

Saying goodbye in the house

When you visit your pet for the last time, you might want to say goodbye in their favourite spot, but you can't just leave it up to chance, or they will be confused about who came first.

The best way to say goodbye is to leave something in the same place that they liked to spend time, or that they spent time with you. You can't really say goodbye with a bowl of food in their mouth, but you can give them something small to nibble on while you're in there.

You can always give your pet something to nibble on while you're in there, like their favourite food. It will probably go to waste, so try to make it as tasty as possible.

You might also want to say goodbye in their favourite spot, but you can't just leave it up to chance, or they will be confused about who came first.

A final walk

If your pet is very old or sick, you might want to visit them in the hospital or their home with your family. If you do decide to visit in person, try to be very casual. The staff are used to seeing this but you still don't want to bring it up if they are busy and stressed.

If you are visiting the vets for the last time, you may want to give your pet something to eat before they go in to see the doctor, and your vet may let you in to see them. If they are not allowed to see you before the euthanasia, you can always bring their favourite toys, or treat them to their favourite food. Make it as special as you can.

Taking your pet to the vet

If you've been keeping your pet's ashes on a shelf, or in the kitchen, that is a special way to say goodbye, but be sure that there are no smells that could upset your pet, or your family or friends. If you have been keeping your pet's ashes on a shelf, or in the kitchen, that is a special way to say goodbye, but be sure that there are no smells that could upset your pet, or your family or friends.

If your pet is old or sick, you might want to visit them in the hospital or their home with your family. If you do decide to visit in person, try to be very casual. The staff are used to seeing this but you still don't want to bring it up if they are busy and stressed.

A final meal


Watch the video: How Do You Know When Its Time to Say Goodbye to a Pet? Vet Advice (January 2022).

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