Our 5.5″ x 8.5″ Quality of Life and Euthanasia Guide is designed to help you in making the hardest decision learn you’ll hopefully ever have to make. The ending of our relationships, while sad and hard, can also be a beautiful and peaceful experience.
This is a brief 32 page guide, packed with information about how to measure and monitor our pet’s quality of life as they age and their health slowly declines. There are a number of metrics that we look at to measure how someone is doing. Like, how well can they breathe or how much pain are they in. Our pet’s are no different. Learn about them and know if your beloved pet is suffering and just can’t tell you.
We also include information about aftercare, questions to ask yourself, memorial ceremony ideas, and more. It also contains helpful information and resources to learn about grief and how it affects us all.
- 1 – 5.5″ x 8.5″ Quality-of-Life and Euthanasia Guide to help you measure and monitor your pet’s quality of life.
- Included: 4 Different Weekly Charts, 1 Results Chart, and additional activities and resources to help track each metric.
Quality-of-Life (QOL) and Euthanasia Guide
You’re here reading this right now because you have a pet with a diagnosis, who is in pain, aging, or nearing the end of their life. It’s so hard to watch those we love slowly decline and die. We want so much for something to be done, for them to be with us longer, forever even. But that’s not always up to us. We have to say goodbye many times before we are ready.
Now, we’re saying goodbye to our pet; that good boy or good girl who has always been by our side, in some cases, for years. Now we have to make this impossible decision and they can’t even tell us what they feel or need.
This guide contains information about Grief, Anticipatory Bereavement, Euthanasia, Quality-of-Life, and most important, How to Treasure Your Time. We’ve included information and resources to help you plan and prepare to make this impossible choice so you can focus on what is in front of you or in your lap.
We’ve done the research for you. We’ve talked to the vets, looked at every existing QOL chart that is out there, and we’ve listened to many of you, your experiences and needs during this time. We’ve compiled and condensed all of that information who have helped us through the first version.
We exist to help people from all over find support and comfort when they’ve lost their best friend. Help us build and grow this network of grief support. We provide many of our services free for anyone who needs comfort, and the revenue we get from these sales help support our cause.