There is a story with each one of these pets that have passed to the rainbow bridge. Cats and dogs, many older, a few young. All loved. Cancer claimed quality of life for many. Other had end stage failure of their bodies. Euthanasia, humane death was the cause of death for most. Most think performing euthanasia is the hardest part of my job. It is not. It is not easy but it is one of the most rewarding parts of my life. To be able to have the relationships with my clients and my pets and be the advocate for humane quality of life….truly a treasured gift. Our pets put us first every day they live with us. They are greeting us at the door, they are our confidants. They ride shotgun in the car. Their pictures cover the fridge. The day they pass is the one day we must put them first.
Ever so grateful for all these stories.
In Memory of the following pets that have passed over the last several weeks.
Abby Gale Erwin
“If there are no dogs in heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went.”