How to Euthanize a Cat with benadryl
Euthanize a Dog
Have been grieving and out of it during Heidi’s final weeks of life ,and desperate to either prevent it or alleviate her suffering. No matter what, in the end I could do nothing but suffer as she struggled.
I had been on line chasing down any possible solution to relieve her pain and torment, obviously, along with hundreds of others whose needs precluded veterinary euthanasia assistance which can run from simple $100+ to perhaps $1,000 or more in cost, or some other reason such as the condition of their pet or didn’t want the additional trauma of pet’s worsened fear, etc,., For an elder such as me, it was a no-go. But really nothing there – – only advice to shooting in head or to strangle. .. . . .guess I wanted some OTC Advil or something humans take for pain in a high dose, tho advice was against that. But I kept at it.
How to Euthanize a Dog with Kidney Failure
Kindney Failure is Painful in Dogs. And Pet Owners want to euthanize their dogs while Kidney Failure.Finally,on Feb 1st, I found a Humane, inexpensive, painless method to euthanize your beloved pet without experiencing additional fear or stress. Anyone could do it. I bawled when I found it. . .so grateful – I knew there were things which could be done! It was about 2:30 in the morning on the first. Heidi was gone by 3:15. It was too late for her to have a peaceful death. I weep still, even as I write this;
I don’t know when I’ll be able to forgive myself for letting Heidi suffer so. The pain and guilt I feel has pretty well torn me up. In effort to prevent others from this utter helplessness and pain, I want to post the information I found from someone whose name I don’t know- just some one with a big heart. I hope you and your family never has to endure this, but if you know of someone in such a bind (one way or the other), perhaps you could share this with them. Ya sure won’t get this info from the Vet! Jan (lonely w/o Heidi)
How to euthanize old dog at home?
For most people, this is a truly agonizing problem. Here is an easy, peaceful and very safe method to euthanize your pet at home without veterinary intervention and associated costs; without the use of unpredictable medications, and without the use of dangerous firearms, chemicals or anesthetics. Total cost will be between $20 and $60, depending on the size of your pet. While there may be vets who will make a house-call for this service for a comparable price, you may want to spare your beloved pet from the fear of the vet, and the pain of the needle. Or you may just want to save your family from the horrible decision. TRUST YOURSELF to do the right thing for your pet.
Before you proceed, decide what you want to do with the body. Burial options are limited in most cities, leaving cremation the only reasonable alternative. Doing your homework ahead of time will make the handling of your pet’s remains much easier.
You will need:
- 1) One or more disposable canisters of compressed Helium Gas, available for purchase at many big box stores for under $20 for inflating party balloons. These can be kept on hand for the appropriate time, and will “keep” for several months. After use, simply recycle the empty containers, or discard them in the regular trash.
- 2) A crate, cage, or other container for your beloved pet. Preferably, this should be your pet’s favorite resting and relaxing place.
- 3) A very stout plastic bag, large enough to completely enclose your pet’s cage. If the cage is particularly big, you may have to get a “tree bag” from a garden center, or create a large enough bag out of several heavy bags and a lot of duct tape. The seal is very important, so tape both sides of all joints.
- 4) Some stout string, about 12 inches long.
- 5) A twist tie, the kind used to seal bags of fruit or vegetables.
- 6) Optional, but recommended for large dogs; 3 feet of 3/4″ inside diameter plastic tubing.
- 7) Stout masking tape, packaging tape or duct tape.
- 8) Some very private and quiet time, once you know you are ready.
Step 1) For pets who are suffering from unrelenting pain, the sooner you do this the better. For pets who are clearly approaching the end, but are not yet critical, you can take a few days to prepare them so they will not be in any fear. In that case, put the bag over the cage, leaving the bag open at the door. Put a treat in the cage and allow your pet to go into their cage and get the treat. When your pet is not fearful of the bag, and is quite comfortable with the new decor, proceed to step 2.