Once you adopt a pet, it not only becomes a part of your family, but your heart too. Even though people know that the pets have short life span and they are not going to stay forever, pet owners are never prepared to lose their pets. It’s a heart breaking experience for them.
Losing your pet is one thing and putting it to sleep is a pain which on completely different level and cannot be compared to anything else. Putting animals to sleep is an inseparable part of a vet’s job. But interestingly, vet shares that there are more emotionally draining things in their job than putting animals to sleep.
One of the vets refuted the famous belief that for vets, animal euthanasia is the most difficult thing out of all. The vet also said that hopefully, putting animals to sleep doesn’t make him a bad vet. But this was not all of it.
The vet shared three of the hardest moments of being a vet. This gave an entirely new perspective to this job and it has to do more with people than the animals themselves. Many people presume incorrectly that putting animals to sleep is the hardest thing of all, but this vet says that it is not even close.
He goes on to sleep instead of putting animals to sleep, watching them suffer till the time their body gives up is the hardest thing of all. Even though putting an animal to sleep means that someone will lose a member of his family. But at least, the animal won’t have to beg for death.
If you are wondering what are the three hardest parts of this vet’s job, here’s what you need to know!
What’s even more disheartening is that the pet owners are not even there most of the time to support their pets in their last moment! The pet owners are not strong enough to see their pets put to death. The poor animal is left bewildered at the time when he is injected as his pet is not around. This makes it even more difficult for the pet.
This vet had the courage to share it with people. So if you are reading this, act more bravely and be there for your pets in their last moments. All your pet needs is for you to be there for them.
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