Your veterinarian will always be available to give you information about your pet’s medical conditions and any possible treatments. However, you’re the best person to assess your pet’s everyday quality of life. Remember all those great moments and activities you have enjoyed with our pet. If it can rarely or no longer do it, it may be a sign that its quality of life is deteriorating. If your decision is based on your pet’s comfort and quality of life and supported by your veterinarian, your mourning period will be easier.
If you have concerns about your pet’s quality of life, do not hesitate to make an appointment with your veterinarian. He/she will help you make the right decision for you and your four-legged life companion.