I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the right answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I got an decent answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could give you an answer..
Oh how I can relate Andy..
Those four legged furry things sure pull at your heart strings!!.
My Golden Retriever, Tanner is not doing well - has not been for some time. This cold snap and snow have really put a toll on her and we have made 'the' decision. Thursday she will play with her ball, dine on a steak and we will have to say goodbye..
My heart is breaking, but I know that I am doing the best thing as she is now suffering..
Ronnie is doing much, MUCH better! Sending hugs your way!.
Awww witch hun I am soooo sorry..
I was in the same situaltion a little over a year ago with my west highland white.....
Chaser was the most lovable, cheeky rogue....
It just broke my heart when his time come, for him it was the best poor thing..
It breaks your heart... But is sometimes a better thing to do than to hold on....
When your ready let him go, he is ready to.
, love him and remember him. He has obviously had the best of care and asks now that you let him go.... He wont love you any less for stopping his pain....
Make the most of the little time left....
Hopefully, he will meet our "Chaser" and they can become the best of friends.....
Fear not, what has to be done, needs to be done.....
Chat me if you need me... post a photo of the big guy as a constant reminder of your specail boy....
A teary Buzz... xxx.
Havoc... and all blubbery today.....
Wasn't expecting to be bawling right now. I'm so sorry your little Ronnie is feeling poorly Buzz. And Wittch, I can't tell you how sorry I am that you must make this difficult but necessary decision. They love us so much and depend on us to make the right decisions for them. I pray that when my best girl Keeper's time comes that my husband will be able to make the decision as I am so weak when it comes to this sort of thing..
Here is my miracle Buzz. At a time when I have had to be off work without pay for 6 weeks due to transporting my mother to Sacramento every day for.
Treatments we still have money in the bank. Lyle and I live from paycheck to paycheck so we never have money in the bank. It is like the fishes and loaves of bread miracle. I don't know why but we are not broke yet and it has been 4 weeks already. Just two more to go and we will make it through this difficult time...
As Sue we live pay to pay..
We have had such bad luck over the last 4 years I am beginning to think we are cursed..
My husband lost his job and I was in a car accident..
Additionally and among many other things we signed on with a company called Energy Savings LP..
I never understood what the LP stood for until about a year later when we began noticing our bills were almost double..
Imagine getting a 1000 dollar hydro bill when you.
We soon realized the LP stood for Left Penniless!.
My husband is now in.
Going for his BA in accounting and I get a small Income replacement benefit from my insurance so things are tight..
With the mortgage at 1000 a gas bill at a 1000 and a hydro bill at 1000 not to mention 400 monthly for insurances plus more we were at the end and though we would have to concede defeat..
However we spoke to our bank and they are willing to skip a mortgage payment or 2 while we get this under control..
OMG we have been saved..
I am not a church goer but I am a believer..
Your god is with you..
He has a plan for us all..
Miracles do happen all around us everyday:)..
Miracle do happen, things will turn around for you I am sure. Its so very very hard these days..
Live life by your name and have.
Wishing you well and your troubles away...
Ronnie is doing better, He has eaten a few small chicken and rice meals, rested a lot and had lots of cuddles..
Im going to wrap him up, and.
He feels better..
Just for now hes a poorl dog and stinks something awful.. Worse than me f thats possible lol.....
Andy I feel so bad for your little dog..
My husband loves animals particularly cats.
I have never been a real animal lover but about six months ago we were lucky enough to adopt a Siamese named Jade and her big beautiful buddy a white Persian named Sammy..
I thought it might help my husband with some of the depression he has been experiencing..
Well Sam has become mine..
He is he sweetest cat in the world. He has some troubles because he is purebred. He gets eye infections and has allergies..
It breaks my heart when he is feeling poorly..
I can't imagine losing him..
Your little Ronnie picks up..
He is a very lucky little fellow indeed to have you to watch over him...
I know what you're saying Andy, I believe so many of the things we chalk up to coincidence, are actually God's hands.
His plan for us and probably the Guardian Angels are.
Too. I have a little Chihuahua named Sugar who has a lot of medical problems..
She's so precious to me...