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Fabi, our second dog euthanised

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Six months after I took my dog Sker for euthanasia my wife took her dog Fabi for treatment too and after vetenarian did ultrasound of internal organs, check blood and urin he advise her to put dog to sleep. He was 14 years old and had his 7 lives. Once he has eaten rat poison and had severe internal bleeding, but blood transfusion from Sker saved his life. He was a true fighter, fighting with big dogs for affection of bitches. When he was dead we discovered additional tumor under his tail. Alenka was in doubts to put him to sleep, but with treatment he could gain perhaps two months in pain.


Written by Borut Peterlin

30 November, 2008 at 21:31

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  1. Sad. It sounds he had a good life though. It is very hard to do this step but in cases like this it’s for the better.
    May he rest in peace.


    1 December, 2008 at 03:01

  2. r.i.p.


    1 December, 2008 at 03:34

  3. My heart goes out to you both. It is never easy to see someone go which has been a long time companion. Rest assured that you gave him a brilliant life. See you soon.


    1 December, 2008 at 13:14

  4. Sorry to hear that. Sad year for all of you. My condolence.

    Igor Motl

    1 December, 2008 at 18:24

  5. It’s always hard when those we care about leave us, I for one, have had lots of pets (cats, dogs), all of them with a sad story behind, all saved from the streets… The last time I cried over losing a dog was right before Easter when I found a puppy in the middle of the street, hit by a car. While rushing it to the vet… it died in my arms. Probably I will never be able to erase this from my mind, hurts so much when you really can’t do anything at all to keep them longer… I’m truly sorry for your loss


    29 April, 2009 at 23:21

  6. Doggy greasy growths have the best results of all growth sorts. They’re benign, sluggish expanding and do not have an effect on your own pet’s well-being. Provides your dog already been identified as having …tumors

    Tumor under chin

    30 January, 2012 at 22:54

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