Your rights as a Pet Parent

You have been the caretaker for your pet in life,… do what´s right for you, for your family and for your pet when they die.
t_4c180ac49e5feLet´s have a heart-to-heart talk, My Friends,… I, like you, have the utmost respect for my veterinarian in the care that they give to my pets. We have formed an incredible bond and I know that Dr. Day does what is best for my pets and for me.
But, Friends – it IS NOT up to your veterinarian to make those calls for us as Pet Parents when our pets die. A veterinarian is there for health care – not as our pet funeral director. Again, I respect my vet and her guidance,… however, it is MY call as to what happens to my pet´s body when they die. Just like it´s YOUR call as to what´s right for you and your pet when they die. NO veterinarian should TELL you what to do – YOU make the call!
Now, with that means that you need to educate yourself on what your options are. And, doing this prior to the death of your pet will relieve much anxiety and give you and your veterinarian the peace of mind in knowing that what you are doing is the best for you, your family and your pet.
So, my plea to you – as a responsible and caring pet parent who does what´s right for your pet in life, do the same for them in death. They deserve it. You deserve it.

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