Animal hospice care helps owners say goodbye to pets at home
This is a trick question, but it shouldn't be: Which Christmas gift is worth more, a $100 bill or a... The ashes, a photograph, a lock of hair and a pawprint from Ruby, Stan and Rebecca Burcham's 13-year-old dog that they euthanized at home in Nashville, Tenn.
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#1 Dec 27, 2011
This is a no brainer...I am an animal lover,have 2 golden doodles, 13 yr old maltese and a cat....I have put down a dog that was 12 years old and it was the most heartbreaking experience of my life.......I would much rather have the ashes, picture and lock of hair than a $100 anyday...your pets love you unconditionally and forever....
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