I have just had to make one of the toughest decisions of my life. I had to have my little dog
“Cheebie” put to sleep. Cheebie is a mix of maltese and poodle. We were given Cheebie in April of 1991. She had lived with us for almost 18 years. During this time she became another child to my wife and I. Both of our children haved moved out and the only child we had left at home was our special little dog. She had been in failing health for about the last 8 months. Every morning and every night we would have to give her medicine for her heart. Even though she was sick she would always wag her tail when she saw us. I have to let you know the decision to have her put to sleep was so hard we did not want to accept it. We had consulted with our Vet and he told us that we had done everything we could. This still did not ease the pain. When we made the decision our Vet Dr. Garrett
was very kind and came to my house and picked Cheebie up and took her back to his office. During the time he was at our house he comforted us and let us know that Cheebie would go peacefully. I thought this was going above and beyond the call of duty. Cheebie was the sweetest and most loving dog I have every known and she will be terribly missed.

Jeff from AL