Originally Posted by selzer
Start keeping a diary. Every day write down things your dog enjoyed and any pain or trouble he had. Then grade the day for him.
After a month, go back and count the good days and the bad days. Then you have to make a decision. The decision is do you think that he is having much of a quality of life. For some of us, it comes down to, is he having more good days than bad days. Is his pain managed, etc.
This is advice that you can do something with its solid and its a good idea, it will give you the most time to decide what is right.
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