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i, I have a dog I had adopted for about 2 years that has developed a brain tumor and due to his age now seems like the benefit of keeping alive doesn't match well to his living. Unfortunately, I feel in the next few months he might need to be put out of his misery if things progress to get worst. I'm not the wealthiest person so I can't afford really to have him euthanize at home and cremated and I don't have much land to do a burial so what other methods could I peacefully left my dog go. He’s deathly scared of the vet so I don’t have his last moments to be fear Oh and I have thought about a round to quickly get over with but that’s rough.... I really would not like to have to do that. I understand certain laws about this is in place. He isn't at that point yet, but he will be, so I'd like options to be ready and help my friend pass peacefully and happily. Thank you.
Updated 1 day ago:
I should re write this part. I am paying for cremation. What I mean is I can't afford the home euthanize and transport and cremation all at once I have to take care of my family.
How sad, I hope your dog dies peacefully in his sleep. I think the best thing to do would be to explain your lack of finances to the veterinarian, I am sure they will work something out where you can make payments, also the vet will let you know when the dog is in too much pain and it’s time. I was told that if the dog keeps his tail between his legs he is in pain. I know the dog hates going to the vet, but if he is that sick, he won’t mind very much as long as you are with him, and you can’t afford to have the vet come to the house. The vet will take care of the euthanizing and deal with the remains, I don’t think it will be necessary to pay for cremation. If making payments to the vet is out of the question, I suggest you call your local SPCA or animal shelter and tell them the story and see if they can help. I don’t think you should put the dog down yourself or bury him. I can tell you really love your dog and I think he has been a lucky dog. If any readers have any other ideas, please let me know.
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