So many dog owners treat their fur babies as their family. That is why it is understandable that they become really sad when their dogs cross the rainbow bridge.
Shelia writes in the comments:
😔 I lost my sweetie girl in September. She was 17 years old. It’s terrible.
Dog Owners Say Goodbye To Their Pets
This almost five-minute-long video is a compilation of how different dog owners reacted to their furry best friend’s passing and it is heartbreaking to watch.
The first video shows a boy crying over their dog. He told his mom he does not want their dog to die because they had the dog for many years. Their dog was visibly weak and it was only a matter of time before it finally passes.
Many of the dog owners in this video compilation also had to say goodbye to their furry friends at the vet. It is unimaginable how dog owners manage to say goodbye to their pets at the clinic.
Seeing the emotions of these dog owners make the dogs very lucky to have had such loving humans during their time spent on Earth.
If this video made you cry and made you think of a dog you had, share it on Facebook and Twitter now!
How to Let Go of Your Dying Dog
Saying goodbye to your dying dog can be a difficult process. For some, the pain of goodbye is unbearable. Other people cry and are numb. Whatever your reaction, you will want to celebrate the bond you shared with your pet. Read on to learn how to say goodbye. Afterward, you can take the Quality of Life Scale to decide if it’s time to put your dog to sleep.
If you’re not able to watch, you’ll be able to ask your vet for advice about euthanasia. This procedure is done quickly and gently, so it shouldn’t upset your dog. If you’re unable to do so, you can ask to see your pet afterwards. If you’re able to, you can ask the vet to give you a little more time with your pet after the procedure.
After your dog has died, it’s important to check his or her heartbeat. If there isn’t, perform CPR while calling your veterinarian. If you’re unable to find a heartbeat, burry your dog instead. You can also make the last moments with your pet more bearable for your family and friends by creating a ritual or ceremony to honor him or her. Having your dog with you at this time will help you grieve your loss, and this will help you remember the memories you had.