Is it time to euthanize my dog quiz
The fact that you’re seeking out a quiz tells me you’re really struggling right now. First, I’m so sorry you’re going through this.
As an animal communicator, people hire me to psychically connect to their dog to ask directly, “it is time?” so I’ve had the opportunity to learn about euthanasia and what it means right from the dogs (and animals) themselves. Because of that, I don’t think an actual quiz will be as helpful in your decision making process as introducing you to the concepts that the animals have shared with me about this, through my readings over the years. Of course, you’ve already been considering you dog’s quality of life, ability to eat and drink, whether or not they’re in pain – but here are three other factors that that dogs I’ve psychically worked with have wanted their humans to consider as well.
The Big Question
There is almost nothing more challenging that making a decision about whether or not it is time to help your dog crossover. This is not just because you don’t want to make the wrong decision (we all worry about that – but more on that later), but also because there are many people who don’t yet sympathize your predicament – people who say, “It’s only a dog!” (UGH!)
But there are SO many people out there (like me) who do understand the tough place you’re in. And while you’re weighing the usual pros and cons (I’m sure you’ve already been pouring over these questions: what is her quality of life like? Can she still eat? Is she in pain), you’ll have an easier time making this decision if you take into account the big picture as well:
The Big Picture
1. Your dog has an intuitive connection to you
Your dog is tapped in to you intuitively at all times. Whether you’re trying to send a message to him or not – he’s aware of your thoughts, feelings, emotions, and ideas. He’s also able to subtly send you his own thoughts, feelings, and emotions as well – and you don’t have to be a professional psychic to pick these messages up. Knowing how connected your dog is to you may help you trust your gut more in the decisions you’re making around his health and well-being.
2. Your dog’s Soul is all-knowing
Dogs have specific jobs with each of us: they want to help us heal, evolve, and align with unconditional love (they have already done this themselves) in addition to loving us. When they have completed their job with us, they leave our lives in some way. (You can read about this and how to work with it in my Animal Lessons book). At the Soul Level, dogs embrace death as a graduation in which they are moving from one level, with a certain job to another level with a certain job. And when they’ve completed their job, they then move on to planning out their passing. Watch my video: Are Animals Afraid to Die to learn more about this process.
3. The animal dying process
Dogs plan their passing at the (unseen) Soul Level, (video: Are Animals Afraid to Die ). They chose how they will die, where, when, and even who will be with them. And yes, one of their choices is sometimes, euthanasia. No matter what choice you make, you can’t make the wrong choice because your dog really is running the show from that Soul Level. How can you make sure that it’s your dog that is running the show – and not your fear or your broken heart? It may be hard, but simply trusting your gut (and not re-hashing your thoughts) ensures that your dog can get his/her wishes through to you. When you go with your gut here, it can also help alleviate years of guilt, if your gut is saying, “It’s time” because you know that you’re giving your dog what they’re asking for.
Here are some additional resources for you to explore as you and your dog feel your way though this tough situation. Understanding what animals are experiencing as they cross over, may make it easier for you to make your decision
Whatever you decide, know that your pet loves you and I love you too. Your dog thanks you for taking the time to make sure you’re making the best decision for his greatest and highest good.
Hopefully this It is Time to Euthanize My Dog Quiz (that isn’t a quiz) has given you some relief in making your decision.