posted on Sep, 30 2009 @ 06:38 PM
reply to post by thing fish
You are putting the poor pup out of his misery. You are NOT a bad person. My heart aches for you, it really does.
But no one or thing lives for ever. And much better that he is in your arms then alone.
I used to work for the park service, and would come across sick lost pets that had to be put down.
You gave him a good life. Obviously you did. There isn't anymore you can do.
IN nature, he would of been picked on, starved, or worse.
Trust me, this alternative is far better.
And aknowledge your son's feelings. Don't do the: he is in heaven, or you will get a new dog. That only makes things worse. Let your son know it is
ok to grieve.
I am very sorry for what you are going through. But give that pup plenty of love, and keep holding him.
It was either ATS or another website i read where the vet tech informed owners to stay in teh room, because the animals look for them when they
Some spiritualists believe our pets are the first to greet us when we go. The seperation isn't permenant.