Good question... I dunno what is the answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I discover an answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could give you an answer..
Sorry in regards to the loss of your beloved pet... and congrads again on the goals you have met and will continuely meet...
I am new to this site and wanted to say I'm very sorry for your loss. You did the right thing! He is at peace now!.
So sorry to hear about the loss of your beloved pet. I had to put my baby girl down last March and she too was 12 1/2..
I know how it tears at your heart, they become such a huge part of your family..
Congrats on reaching Onederland, it's a great accomplishment and you've done a great job..
My daughter is, and has always been, an animal lover for years and watching her have her dog put to.
Was one of the saddest moments of MY life...I feel sad for you too. It has got to be a very hard thing to do, but it was a very unselfish act of kindness too. Congrat on onederland...keep up the good work!!..
Making that decision for your pet is one of the hardest to do. But there never is a right time. We make the hard choices...I have done it toooo..
Its hard, but know your pup is at peace now..
On a separate note- I had to go back and read what upnorth said on the other thread....lucky I didn't have.
In my mouth..it mighta come out of my nose when I laughed...LOL..
Ah bless your little dogs heart,it is heart breaking when we loose our.
.i keep bunnies and I am heart broken when they die but we love them and give them lovely lives so be comforted by that.take care x..
Awww witch hun. I am so sorry for your loss.... We love the little gals but sometimes it is better to let them go. It is the right thing to do ...
No matter how much it hurts we have to think of them and do whats best... they can not do it for themselve so they rely on us to make the right choices... They depend on us more than we do them....
Sadly hun, it was her time, dont be sad, dont be down. You did what had to be done and you did it loving her unconditionally... she will be at rest and no longer hurting....
I had the same with my westie last year, his liver was only working 20%... I stayed home with hum for two days, begging him to eat, hugging him and loving him, but it was time to say goodbye..... It broke my heart and makes me upset still even thinking of it and him.....
You will not forget the little gal, I am sure you have lots of memories..
What you did was a kind thing, you did it for her... because you loved her so much....
The pain will ease sweetness and you will have plenty of memories....
Remember her.... and the bond that you had....
I'm so, so sorry. I have never had a dog because I have always had severe allergies. Still, I can't imagine how painful losing your pet would be. Big (((hugs.)))..