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Today my mom and I had to put down our 14 year old Labrador Retriever, Luna. Her quality of life up had been pretty good, she was always happy and excited for attention but just was a little slow with getting around, as most old dogs are. After many vet appointments a while ago the vet decided that is wasn't arthritis as she had suspected, because Luna didn't have pain just overall weakness. Over the past couple days she became ill and her mobility worsened. We took her to the vet today and the vet said that it would be possible to run tests and provide a doggie wheelchair thing for her but we all agreed that would involve unnecessary suffering for her. It was really peaceful and I know we did the right thing for her. I've been feeling sick ever since though She's the only dog we've ever had, I've known her since I was about 5 years old. She was really amazing and I feel like no dog will ever be able to replace her. She loved going camping, hiking, and swimming. She was so incredibly sweet and innocent, she used to snuggle with our cats and rabbits. I will always love her very much
I'm s sorry for your loss. My condolences to you and your family. She is an absolutely gorgeous dog