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    Our dog is 15, she has penny's in her eyes and she can see things vaguely. She limps ans is having a hard time getting up and down the stairs.
    She still has a good appetite, and in the morning runs around like she is a puppy. However, even though she is happy she also is having problems. We know that the say is coming when we have to make the choice to let her go. But it is so very hard!!!!!!!! We love her so very much and the thought of not seeing her again in unbearable. How do we know for sure that it is time? She has slowed down because of her age, but is happy even though she lays around a lot. How do we know? And, how do we get over it? We just love her so very much!! Is there any supplements or anything we can give her? We are thinking with the warmer weather it will help her. We are also having ramps put up for her so she can get up and down the stairs. Please help....any suggestions are welcome. Thank you...Ruca's devoted owners


      Brenda, sounds like you are doing what you can. Other than that, dog life is short as I always write. However, you are privileged: Your dog's life is already much longer than that of the average GSD. Congratulations for your efforts!

      Personally, I would want to enjoy life with her for as long as she feels good and still curious about new days' happenings. From what you write, she does very much enjoy life.


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