turtle wrote: It is the hardest thing of being a good owner, to know when to let them go.
jollyrascals wrote:Thank you so much for all your kind words! We had some bad days, to be honest I even called the vet for put her to sleep but then he said he thinks it is not so bad yet. I was very much dissapointed about this, because we all know how it's gonna end, and it is really not fair to say something like "she is not suffering enough yet"... But now it is somehow better again, and I don't have any serious hopes, but she eats well again and has again only a light limp, so it was a good decision to wait. She gets CV247 besides the pain meds, and I started to give her coocked food intead the kibble, what she didn't wanted to eat. And I try to go over BARF feeding her step by step, maybe it helps too...
Turtle I hope there is nothing serious with your girl, fingers crossed for you both!
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