When will I know that it's time to put my seventeen-year-old dog down?


So sorry you are going through this. It's a very personal choice, and as a dog owner, you know your dog best. As a general rule of thumb, vets say it's generally the time when there are more bad days than good, and the dog doesn't show signs of enjoying the things he used to do (eating, being pet, going out in the yard to sniff, etc.) So basically, when the dog is no longer comfortable.

Updated on March 21, 2018

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How to Determine a Dog's Quality of Life
By Adrienne Janet Farricelli