amazincc wrote:I'm all for "stretching the truth a bit" when it comes to making decisions based on what's the most compassionte and kindest thing to do in a terminal case... I'm with you 110%. I bet Sofie is goind to LOVE living w/you again.
Pizza... YAY for a good day, and being able to smell THAT!
Hang in there, both of you.
I was really shocked she could smell it, I mean she got right up in my grill and was pretty much like... "Dude, give me some!"
Thanks for the support, I think she will be much happier with me. Not to say my parents don't rock but I think she likes being with the other dogs and like being a part of something, like we get up go to work, and come home. Where at my parents she pretty much just sleeps all day and goes outside a few times.
iluvk9 wrote:Hey....you have all of our permission to LIE YOUR ASS OFF, if it helps Sophie!
Sorry she is having a few bad moments again. I know how frustrating it gets, and how you start thinking of all the new variables that might have added to the change.
Hang in there, Suzy-Q!
It really is frustrating. I worry sometimes that the end is going to come suddenly. Like the other day when she was acting funny she was shaking, but I immediately was thinking 'Is she trembling?' like is she having some uncontrollable focal seizure? Luckily of course she wasn't, but it definitely sucks when she's having these bad, not wanting to eat moments where your mind wants to think the worst every time.
Thank you for the support