How to Put a Dog down at Home?

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For a quick and painless death, you could take the dog outside and shoot it. But that's not an appropriate way to put a dog down. To be humane, you should take your dog to the vet and let the vet administer a euthanasia solution. It is very quick, it's painless, it's inexpensive and you don't have to participate.
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1. Decide where you'd like to put your dog to sleep. Your veterinarian can schedule an appointment at his office, though many veterinarians can perform the procedure at your home.
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Oh my God I couldn't do it. Take him/her to the vet.
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1. Know that it was the right thing. Your dog was probably suffering already, and putting them down stopped their pain. They are now in a much better place where they are no longer
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1. Teach your dog to lie down on command. Before your dog can perform an emergency down, it must know a simple down. To teach a down from a stand, move a treat between your dog's
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Although, I can certainly understand your reasoning for wnatinf to do so, it is really better to to this in a vet's office or at your local shelter. You can always stay with your dog, and you know it will be done in the proper manner.
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