A woman told me her dog with severed debilitating epilepsy needed to be euthanized. I won’t go into reasons but they had tried everything and the seizures were so intense, the dog had brain damage and it could no longer be controlled. She finally made the decision after agonizing for a long time, but the vet had an emergency and their office was not open for unknown period of time. She was unable to find another vet to euthanize her dog. They didn’t know her or the history, other than the receipts she had for procedures and medications. I know this is unusual, but is it normal for a vet office to refuse to euthanize a dog they don’t know? It was a horrible experience. She eventually went through a list of every local vet and finally found one who knew her vet and decided to do it for her. Now she doesn’t even want to get another dog as it was the worst pet experience of her life.