Even though we humans make the final decision, it is sometimes helpful to know what your beloved furry friend is thinking. If you are facing the difficult decision of helping your pet to pass from this life, Liz can talk to your pet and find out how they feel about dying.
- Are they ready to pass?
- Do they want their family to help them die?
- Or, would they like to continue staying with their people for a while longer?
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