Knowing when it's time to say goodbye to beloved pets

The toughest decision for loving pet owners is often the final one, and the struggle to determine whether to euthanize beloved pets that are suffering or let nature take it's course is never easy. Veterinarian and Atlantic Veterinary College professor Peter Foley advises pet owners to consider the animal's quality of life and says one key indicator may be when medicine isn't enough to stem the suffering of terminally ill dogs and cats.

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