Canine & Feline Diseases : How to Know When It Is Time to Put My Dog to Sleep

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I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

To determine when it is time to put a dog to sleep, assess the animal’s attitude and appetite, as decline in either or both of these as they age can indicate that dogs are genuinely unhappy or ill. Recognize when it is time to euthanize a pet withhelpful information from an experienced veterinarian in this free video on pet health. Expert: James Talbott Bio: Dr. James R. Talbott is a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville, Tenn. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge

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20 Responses

  1. TheSonsOfTheLawOfOne
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    Thank you. My dog is a family member. Thank you. It is as hard as pulling the pull on a son or daughter or mother or father. Thank you.

  2. CineRecon
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    Yeah my dog is about to be put down soon, and I am not looking forward to being there, but I have to suck it up

  3. tae2014
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    you should never put ur pet down. no1 puts humans down wen ue ar unsatisfied or suffering. thats suicide

  4. crazygirl686
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    This Sux My Dog Got Put To Sleep Today.! D’= Becuase My Dad Ran Over My Dog By Aciedent And I Got It Wen I Was 2 yrs Old And Now Im 12 I Cried The WHole Day.!

  5. taylander2010
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    we aren’t pets sir

  6. 15Msduckie
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    today 12-17-09 my dog was put to sleep cause he was bleeding inside him.

  7. shatterdwing
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    @tae2014 If they are in agonising pain and there life is a living hell and there is no cure for them then Its the kind thing to do. It’s horrible to have to go through but somnetimes its the best thing to do.

  8. kduquer
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    i put down my 3 year old pup on friday. he was heartworm positive and was a runt. that night he went into shock and the emergency clinic said it was the best thing to do. no blood pressure and low tempature. they told me he was only responsive bc of heating support and fluids. he also began pooping pure blood so i felt it was the right thing to do. i am torn up with guilt! he was so young and happy and playful and it all happened so quickly. please tell me if you think i did the right thing!

  9. thesoccerstar33
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    my dog the best dog ever just got put down im soo sad he was my hereo im screaming and crying im so miserbalie and right after getting surgry too.

  10. coelhinhazita
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    My dog was put down, Monday 15th 2010 at 18.58. It was the saddest day of my life, I’ve been crying none stop and I just feel this void which will never be replaced, is getting bigger and gigger
    Miss you and love youu loads!! =(

  11. DRcaprice
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    @kduquer was he suffering? if yes the you did. my dog has many tumors and hes sneezing blood, pooping blood, tumor grew over his eye and hes completly blind, his tail also has one. its fucked up to see something you love get so bad, but if you really love em, you cant let em suffer.

  12. DRcaprice
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    @tae2014 what about when people are in coma? if i was in coma, id want to die after a week, i dont want to be useless, and if i wake up, lets say 4 months or more, thats a chunk of life and oppertunities you missed. people pull the plug if they really need to, thats putting humans to sleep.

  13. AerialRcoet
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    had to watch my dog be put to sleep in the same room cant stop crying r.i.p ruby 2005-2010

  14. whatyouknowabouthat
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    @shatterdwing i rather go thru it then die so i think the dogs feel the same

  15. shatterdwing
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    @whatyouknowabouthat Go through what? Kidney failure? Cancer? Blindness and dementia? Would you really? Good luck to you then.

  16. whatyouknowabouthat
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    @shatterdwing yea i would i rather go thru all that then die i dont ever want to die not like that i always wanted to die of old age not cuz of anything else

  17. shatterdwing
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    @whatyouknowabouthat Thee are typically symptoms of old age. That’s what this video relates to. Unless the animal has been crushed by a vehicle. I had a dog for 16 years and she became miserable because of the suffering caused by kidney disease, arthritus, blindness and dementia. Putting her down was the most difficult thing I ever had to do. But believe me I did becuase I knew she didnt want to suffer. The last gift I could give her was peace and believe me I didnt want that responsibilty.

  18. whatyouknowabouthat
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    @shatterdwing how did u even know that she wanted to die? just cuz u want her to die doesnt mean she does how would u know if she wanted to stay alive and just go thru all that just to be alive u dont know unless she said so which im sure she didnt

  19. shatterdwing
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    @whatyouknowabouthat Her organs were colapsing one by one and she was whining in constant agony. She couldn’t sleep anymore because she was dieing and the vet couldn’t cure her.I just helped her along before she went through any more misery. Why would she want to live with such unbearable pain?? I didn’t want my dog to die. I’ve never known pain like the loss of my dog. I’m still grieving and you are an insensitive troll. Don’t bother replying idiot!

  20. whatyouknowabouthat
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    @shatterdwing wtf u how is that being insensitive and so if i didnt want my die to do ima troll now?

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