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When our pet gets old

When our pet gets old

It's not easy to cope when feelings, morality and money get mixed together.

We fell in love at the time of adoption. That was yesterday, he had only a few weeks. Today, Fido has aged and is suffering. He became slow, has bumps everywhere and hardly follows us, him who always ran ahead. On the horizon looms the need to provide care, which involves time and money, and that, delayable but inevitable reality, to let him go one day or another. In between, a large gray area where confront feelings and dollars, reason and compassion, sadness and realism.

To learn more download our PDF brochure (in FRENCH ONLY) :
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