Video Summary / Transcript: When to Euthanize a Dog | Did I Euthanize My Pet Too Soon?
Hi, I’m Danielle MacKinnon, and I’ve been an animal communicator for over 20 years. Through my work, I’ve gained a deep understanding of the death and dying process of animals and what they want us to know about it and I’m going to help you understand about when to euthanize a dog.
Why Animals Are In Our Lives
Animals come into our lives to help us grow and evolve as souls. They choose lives of service to assist us in this process. When an animal completes their job helping us learn something about ourselves, they know it’s time to leave our lives. They choose when and how they will cross over, taking into account our souls’ needs and what we came here to achieve in this lifetime.
Some animals will choose to pass through an accident, disease, old age, or even abuse. Others will choose euthanasia as their method of passing. When an animal has decided to be euthanized, they will begin sending their human signs and messages. These signs will become more prevalent until the human makes the decision that the animal is trying to get them to make.
The Connection Between Animals and Their Humans
Animals are very in tune with their human’s resistance, fears, and worries. Once it is decided when to euthanize a dog, it is because the animal has determined that this is the time. There are no mistakes in this process. When the human feels that they have no choice but to euthanize their pet, it is because the animal has driven the energy so that the human finally makes the decision.
If you have euthanized your pet and are feeling guilty or upset about it, you’re missing the big picture. Your pet chose euthanasia as its method of passing. The animal wanted to pass over in this way, and you honored their deepest, soul level wishes.
Who’s In Charge?
When deciding when to euthanize a dog or pet, ultimately, the pet is in control of the process. They choose when and how they will pass. They take into account our souls’ needs and what we came here to achieve in this lifetime. While it can be a difficult decision for us, trust that the animal knows what is best for all.