Either way the final moments have arrived. Phoebe will lead herself down a path that has been placed in all creatures by nature and I will be her companion till she she comes to the end. That is the difrence between animals and plants. This is the most obvious rejoinder, and in fact the one I have most often heard from others when I have raised the ethical question. Even if you think that dogs are less intelligent than the average two year old, that would hardly matter. Get the help you need from a therapist near you–a FREE service from Psychology Today. A chest x-ray revealed that the tumors in Bentley's lungs had grown substantially larger in the course of one week. Of course unless you are religious and think otherwise ! This is my experience, and that I share, no to judge but to say there is another option, and one that will tach you so much about dead and unconditional love. Some around me seem outraged I have allowed this to go on far too long. I'll have to sum it up - in simple words. Kool Pets says. Nugget was my first dog – a quirky, neurotic Japanese Spitz who passed away 6months ago. That is simply my belief and everyone is entitled to theirs. I once needed to get one of my cats euthanized, because he was terminally ill and definitely suffering a lot. Even the smell of a new carpet can inspire your dog to mark it and make it familiar. Have you ever thought about yourself dying in fear and pain - possibly alone? He stretched his head - I went to get him water and when I came back he was gone. I thank you, for writing those words and helping me to have the words in this situation. The second, however, was a lethal dosage of a barbiturate. An expert in both veterinary medicine and regenerative therapy predicted a life long problem with tumors, but that it was unlikely they would metastasize. Special Needs and Senior Dogs Rock: They, Too, Need Love. I just want to say thank you, I am on my knees saying thank you. Not the same species? So glad ... - I would recommend offering her a number of safe things to chew on - robust toys, cow hide chews, sticks, ... - I had an american eskimo before and he passed away, I got my Shiba inu. If you do not euthanize, then the pet who is suffering continues to suffer even longer. You made the right choice. That leads me to my second point, dogs can feel love. The miracle of life is appreciated when you see it how easily one can end it with syringes and fluids. My dog was never unhappy during the process; she went to sleep and it was entirely peaceful. Far from it, they are in fact taking on an incredible amount of responsibility which apparently you could never understand. There are concerns whether the two will get along. I recently had my beloved Labrador aged 14 killed, after years of swearing I would wait for him to die naturally. It is only half true that I had Bentley "put to sleep." My sweet yellow lab also has diabetes and is now blind. right now i am 16 and i got her at the age of 5 and she was with me 12 years. This is a great option for any size or breed of dog. What I am saying is that there is also another rational argument that cuts in the opposite direction. In the case of young children, however, we generally acccept proxy consent from parents or legal guardians as adequate to satisfy the consentual requirement for providing treatment. He was revived with the heroic efforts of a couple of EMTs and all rejoiced, but after a few months his health started to suddenly deteriorate and noone could figure out why. The vet gave him one week to live. I cannot possibly however ascribe the term "someone" to him, no matter how I value him. It was done properly and professionally. What I would do in this situation is that I would seriously research about how dogs/wolves treat one another in these cases in nature, I believe that's the closest I can get to the best answer to this dilemma. Most of the time he needs help to get up, but he is very good at giving me cues. Dogs can also have fun! 7 Basic Personality Ingredients of Difficult People, 14 More Questions to Deepen a Relationship, Psychology Today © 2020 Sussex Publishers, LLC, Inferring Psychiatric Illness Based on Digital Activity Crosses Milestone, Couples With Supportive Friends, Kin May Be More Likely to Divorce, Sleep Biomarkers and Alzheimer's Disease Risk, Music Achievement's Academic Perks Hold Up Under Scrutiny. My own family members have made me feel so guilty and I’ve even felt guilt, but I realized I need to do what is best for me! She fell often, but learned ways of getting up on her own because it frustrated her to require help. Then, we tried a new drug, Palladia which nearly immediately caused a severe attack of pancreatitis. Is this not ascribing human emotion to animals, and can you say that the quality of emotion - if they so feel - is anything approaching ours? Or when there is blood coming out of her stool, which is either too firm for her to excrete without whimpering or nearly liquid, depending on what food you gave her the night before, praying it would be "just right" for her to digest and drop in the morning. He became rapidly weaker over the next couple of days, but as far as I could tell, he wasn't really mentally incapacitated and, like your little dog, he still drank a lot of water and was sufficiently hydrated. I have to put my dog Chloe down in 2 days at 8:30 am. It was the worst thing I have ever seen an animal or a human go through. It was between me and him and I know I got it as right as I knew how. It probably sounds silly but we've been doing it for years. At that time, 5 months ago, his blood work indicated aggressive anemia and the vet recommended euthanasia. Suddenly Bert looked up. Apollo was a Belgian Tervuren dog. Thank you again for writing this. But it was perfectly clear for me that this method was only a short-time solution, until he would eat by himself again. The look of joy on his face was unmistakable. He rarely goes outside, or wants to. I asked my vet why I didn't know anyone whose dog had died a natural death. I totally agree with your comment and response to the original author. I've had my dog for 7 years and when she was young i did cruel things a lot. The dog may meet the adoption criteria and be put up, or it might be totally fucked behaviorally because it lived in an apartment for its whole life, no interaction, no socialization, no training, nothing. But then he suddenly took a turn for the worse overnight. Speaking of which, I wonder what doctors aren't telling us about how it works? While the first round of chemo yielded partial remission, he soon went out of remission and the tumors grew in size and spread to his lungs. I am a dog writer and blogger and work in pet product PR and travel, but at my core I am a dog mom and advocate. Nowhere in the Bible, though, does it suggest that God will take the life of a dog or another pet to punish and unbeliever. But he wasn't incontinent. As weeks go by, her pain grows, she does none of the things she used to enjoy, in fact, the only thing she can still do is wag her tail when you tell her "you're a good girl, a very good dog", as heartbreaking as everything else is, she is still trying to please you, as you know how much she is suffering. After *stopping* aversive training methods, Shiba Inu Sephy's behavior improved significantly. I will agree with everyone around me that she is suffering. Hello, my parents divorced before I could remember anything, and when I was around five years old I found a duckling wondering on its own near the place I lived so I took it home, I looked after it He has a special place in my memories and he continues through remembrances. There’s no doubt that if his argument is sound, and the conclusion is worthy of belief, what we have come to understand as an acceptable and permissible practice concerning the treatment of terminally ill animals is, in reality, a practice with no moral warrant. I know all creatures want to live. I am frequently asked about introducing a new puppy to a senior dog (we will discuss cats another day). Hopes that … So far, I've had three, but I think that's enough to understand the love a dog can feel. Dying old age I'll health is painful to bear. She knew he would be suitable only for someone who understood this breed. Initially he seemed to respond to treatments and seemed to recover. I know they may stop eating, which she has just started doing, but still drinking water. Or if I had a bad disease I wouldn't want ANYONE -not my wife, not my children, not my parents- "put me to sleep" as I believe life a precious opportunity that any animal (including humans, despite what you think) have only once; every second of it is precious, every breath you take is precious, a human most probably gets to live 70-80 years at most and it's nothing comparing to billions of years that the world has existed and will continue to exist, in case of a dog -sadly- it is at most 15-16 years... now to take away this very little time I have or my dog has to live on this planet is not ethical to me (Please don't mix this with animals and their food-chain, including humans and their food-chain! You helped me say it better with your post and I thank you for that. I wouldn't want my children to "put me down" when I become old and "too much trouble" for them. He lived15 years. No matter what my decision is, I won't be certain what it will be until the day of and as his primary caregiver, it is my decision, and I will NOT be pressured into making a decision that I'm not certain is the right one. The main reason is that a two year-old child is incapable of consenting to his own death. My parter and I euthanized her dog yesterday and I'm really struggling with it. Often, the introduction of a new child or new pet into the home may upset the dog, who begins to have accidents as a result. Still, to quote a line from an old John Prine song; Jesus don't like killing, no matter what the reason's for", I can't help but consider the moral dilemma we are faced with. I don't know. Perhaps it's greater - we don't hear about dysfunctional dog families (although as a dog lover, I seriously wonder about cats.). She told me she could euthanize him but I opted instead for a cortisone injection and an anti-vomiting injection in the hope that these would give him a few days of qualitative life—a hope that, unfortunately, didn't come true. Let’s return to Dr. Cohen’s initial argument. Finally the vets arrived, the injection was quick here at home. Chloe has been there for me through everything the past 11 1/2 years. On crafts last night a vet plainly stated it was every dog owners duty to have their pet euthanised. His hours were few. THAT ANIMAL HAS A LIFE AND KNOWS IT HAS A LIFE. I don't know that there's a right answer! I was journaling because I didn't know when was "the time" to euthanize and hadn't reached "the moment when I knew for sure". Our vet caregivers agreed with our decision based on the prognosis. But, unless we can find some distinction that transcends our desire to prefer our own species to others, we run the risk of falling into "specism"-the discriminatory practice of making a special exception for one's own species. When natural death and physical deterioration becomes this hellish, cruel experience I wouldn't wish on my worst enemy. Stem cell therapy caused the tumors to proliferate. Strangers, such as workmen, may cause your dog some confusion or distress as well. It's a merciful killing, but it's still killing. But maybe I’m mistaken, because I can now imagine someone saying to me the following: “Well, look, perhaps letting children die is morally acceptable especially in cases of terminal illnesses, and so forth, but active and passive euthanasia are radically different, and so while we may allow the latter, the former is should never be allowed.” My response, in brief, is as follows: There is a lot of literature in bioethics scholarship that persuasively argues, at least from my perspective, that active and passive euthanasia are morally symmetrical actions (see, for example, Michael Tooley, Abortion and Infanticide [Oxford University Press, 1985], 184 ff). First, animals have been entrusted to humans to care for them and make decisions for them. Both are living and feeling beings with a soul. It is a very violent death and the first anaesthetic often isn't powerful enough. I just deep believe that they were convinced that was the best option and when we are faced with the suffering of our companions, we are fragile and need support, and in that occasions we will trust our vet when he will say that is the best option for preventing the suffering of your dear companions. This isn't to say that I am not now in the process of working through my grief. We both laughed. Alan, I agree with you that most cases of dog euthanasia are done to alleviate owner suffering, and though I would adamantly communicate (and have) my beliefs against euthanasia just as you did, I also had my beloved 18 year old dog euthanized. Are aversive dog training techniques a form of communication? So don't you come in here with your stupid arguments against science and your belief that humans are superior. On March 1, I took my dog, Bentley, a 13-year-old Cairn Terrier, to my veterinarian to be euthanized. And so I carry on and measure the good days vs the bad days. Sleep well at night knowing you did right by your friend it is certainly most ethical. I also hate to see gardeners rip out poor winter pansies and cast them aside before they've completely died and lived their life cycle. If euthanasia is justified at all, it is justified only if we have the patient's competent consent. At least, that is what bothers me most. A parent of a subnormal child would still be his/her caregiver and the emotional bond and dependency relationship would be the same. He loved me and I loved him deeply, totally beyond money or convenience. I asked at the vet's before getting it done. I can't think of any wolves or coyotes that committed suicide when they got ill. I know it has only been a month but I hope you are feeling a little bit better. But that was not His plan. Now with her I'm only cruel when she's done something wrong and she needs punishment, but even then I know I take it too far. Still, it didn't seem to affect his quality of life, and people were amazed by his enthusiasm for life. Theres sadness because our dear friend is gone, but there is so much peace and the certainty that was the best choice off all. A dog is a friend who is always there to greet you, play with you and exercise you. This aspect of intelligence engages the limbic system, which is the more primitive part of the brain and arguably there are marked similarities between humans and canines. To somehow equate a dog to a 2 year old child simply because experts have suggested that the relative intelligence of a dog is comparable to a 2 year old child is grossly oversimplifying and misapplying the less than scientifically rigorous comparison of intellect. She just cannot do lots of things she used to. Aggression, however, is another matter. The consensus was that stem cell therapy was still relatively experimental. I think that a pet is trusting its owner to know what to do and sometimes we just don't know for me I will be selfish and ask my dog to fight and live and then when he is ready to give up he will give up on his own accord though i know he suffers since he is going through renal failure but as long as he is still with me i will make sure that all his days are the best he can have because for me he is family. You are correct that a dog cannot provide competent consent to treatment. The peace of saying goodbye, the certainty that we stay until the end, the love that is shared in being present in departure. 04.13.2015 07:00 AM. She's at the veterinarian right now being treated. In sum, Dr. Cohen makes clear that there is a deep love and commitment that comes with the companionship that we share with our beloved pets. Yet, even in their advanced years and on their death beds, they remain our babies, depending on us for their nurture. Bentley had not eaten for over a week, and while he had been consuming large amounts of water, he was now unable to hold down water and began to vomit each time he drank. I don't want to put her down too early. You have to know what those are to recognize them because often, they're easily missed. But then there is also emotional intelligence you would need to assess. In other words for many the work environment is a highly dog-eat-dog world and this can cause people do develop the belief that that is the only way to get ahead and succeed in life. They didn't choose to live with me. There are two reasons. It's not so much a determination of pain and suffering as a determination of 'contentment'. I found this discussion out of necessity and I am having the same ambivalence about our decision. This is the absolute hardest part of loving a dog. But why is the point important? So many people telling me don't let him suffer and how selfish I am. when we had our house fire in '93, he got trapped in the house becoming a near-fatal victim of smoke inhalation. I know there are many who would see the suffering of the pet as their primary, overriding consideration; and still others who would find some way to explain away, ignore, or otherwise dismiss the argument against euthanizing. Or if one is impermissible, the other must be as well. It is me. Also remember that the drugs used to kill the dogs are seen as inhumane for people on death row in America. I feel we are ending suffering and I think of the saying; they shoot horses, don't they? He is showing some signs of discomfort. ... GOD KNOWS MY HEART AND THAT IS ALL THAT SHOULD MATTER SO I DON’T KNOW WHY I’M LETTING OTHERS HATEFUL CRUEL WORDS GET TO ME :'( PLEASE PRAY FOR ME AND MY MAMA KITTY. But, she does still enjoy her life. Whisper, "Go get your tennis ball," and he’d walk out the door to the back yard, pick up the ball and bring it back. Hopefully what I have had to say will resonate with and help some of my readers who have experienced a similar conflict regarding the euthanizing of a pet. This means that, among other things, when active and passive euthanasia are analyzed correctly (and it is certainly beyond the scope of this reply to do so) there are no morally relevant differences between the two. Supposedly animals live in the moment...they are not worrying about how long they will remain in pain or discomfort. Dogs can go into depression if they are missing a loved one, for god's sake. In the end of comes down to age old conventions. I am a very religious person and I do believe people are on a different value plane than animals, but I also believe The Lord is in nature. He had undergone radiation therapy, a series of oral melanoma vaccinations, and chemotherapy. I'm going to let nature take its course. Period. I agree with you, don't do it if you can avoid it, but that is the hard part. Started wondering if there is such a moment or if I was simply experiencing a cultural phenomenon that euthanasia "should" be done because "that's how we do it around here". My son wanted him and he is great with him. Not equally worthy of consideration? I don't want the responsibility at all. I had euthanized Apollo. He loved going to the vet, and he has been seeing a vet on a monthly basis for his entire life. This is an absurd premise. Toward the very end they say everyone does as it takes a systemic level cancer to finally take you out, which invades organs and causes nerve pain that way. - Hi - really enjoyed the article and makes me feel I'm not "alone" raising my 11 week old female Shiba ... More on how I establish a yes-mark and no-mark with my dog. I say this because all my pets that was offer the option of euthanasia and I refuse,this was, with no exception, what I felt in the end. And while it may be argued—as it is in the literature of advanced directives—that the surrogate decision-maker does not know exactly what the child may want, there is still the assumption in favor that the child’s death reflects the preferences of the family. The vet said that he might've suffered a small stroke but it wasn't quite clear what had happened. The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. The … But I feel that every living being which is able to develop a certain level of consciousness also has a soul. If it’s a trip, he’s right by my side. Only able to walk small distances, he refused to go out to urinate. I'm here too, distraught over my 14 year old dog having renal failure. He has been more mobile and was willing and able to go outside to lie in the sunshine. So, how does this point apply to the present discussion? Though I could never recommend euthanasia - I had people do that to me long before I had it done, because they talked about "quality of life" and how "We do it for THEM, not us" - I imagine to justify their own past misdeeds - just make sure you go to a reputable vet and get clear on how it is done. We are animals, and we, like the dinosaurs may have our time come and go. - I have always trained my dogs so that I could walk them off-leash where allowed (here in Vancouver we ... - my dog a five year old is a cross jack russell and cocker spaniel she has always been a loving dog but ... - Well I have a question about the part if they won't be able to be trained anymore for aggression. I believe most people who euthanize their beloved pets (or even family members) are doing so because at the bottom of their heart they want to free THEMSELVES from the pain and suffering (emotional, or financial) which they would have to endure had they chosen to let that person (or pet, or whatever) live and take care of him/her. But now, thinking it out, she has shown no indication, nothing at all of what Brootie went through. And while I want to tell myself that he died peacefully, it's not quite true. Changed it. Is he content? I want God to be the one to make the decision, not me. The importance of Dr. Cohen’s viewpoint should be underscored. Is this logical? People who choose to allow their animals a natural death are not merely evading responsibility, as you try to ignorantly claim. Dog Cruelty - Reward based conditioning vs. Aversive based conditioning. I am hoping my dog just thought she was going to get her teeth cleaned like always. When he suddenly didn't want to eat anymore although the diarrhea was over, and when he was listless and very unsteady on his legs I decided that it was finally time to say goodbye and to let him go. and avoiding sufferrng. I've received dozens of thank you cards from my clients after I euthanized their pets gently and humanely, ending their suffering. I hate to see him like this, but when he's ready he'll take his last breath. And fitting with your 2-year-old child scenario, I would present the point that similar to how both dogs and human children are incapable of providing competent consent to end their lives, they are also both incapable of consenting to treat. I feel guilt that I did not do enough to save her life, I feel I could have done a lot differently to save her, that's one thing! I came across your old, but very thoughtful article because I was looking at this conundrum from the other side of the fence a short while ago. 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