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Our dog "is gone"

Permanent Linkby quietgirl2538 on Thu Nov 09, 2017 11:07 am

Our 3 year old dog was quarantined for 10 days for biting a 14 year old on the lips. It was two small teeth marks, one on the upper lip and one small bite mark on the lower lip. She has healed and is fine. She will be sad to know he was put down.

It was a decision I felt was being a "responsible" decision for me to have to do. My heart didn't want to, but I knew that it needed to be done. It's very hard to go into full detail how I feel and how things were with him. He was a very good dog, but ever since he bit the one 12 year old girl we noticed that he had become aggressive and not easy to control. My daughter, his owner, would tell me that he had become an evil dog because when her friends were here he would get aggressive and she had to lock him up. After this quarantine at home, his quality of life would never be the same because he would mostly, if not always have to be locked up for fear of him biting someone else. Our home would not be safe for other people, including us, my kids especially. I would leave the house in fear that he would bite them if they aggravated him for one reason or another. We loved him very much. No matter if he had bit people, you still love your pet. But it was a decision that needed to be made by me. He went peacefully. But when the vet listened for his hearbeat, and said "he's gone" it broke my heart in pieces to see him gone in my daughter's arms. But he went peacefully without any pain. For the safety of others and also for his quality of life (being locked up all the time), I know that was the right thing to do. But it is a very sad time for our family.

We miss you sweetheart. I know you are in Puppie (Doggie) heaven and I am sure you are free to run and be free of ever hurting anyone or of being locked up. Being locked up all the time is not fair to you either. We love you and we treasure all the time you spent with us bringing joy to our family. Your life means the world to us. Goodbye.

“There’s an Asian expression that ‘a burden shared is halved.’"

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