Hi this is Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg with Miami Dog Training in Miami, Florida. In this clip we’re going to talk about how to care for a dying dog. And unfortunately as we all know none of our dogs live as long as us. So if we are going to invite these animals into our lives it’s part of that life we’re inviting in. In the case of my dog Stoney, he’s five years old and he’s just been diagnosed with Lymphoma which cancer of the Lymph Nodes which doesn’t give him much time. So he’s on Steroids right now which is why he’s actually up and walking around. Had it not been for the Steroids and just trying to give him a little comfort in the time before I know he needs to depart his quality of life is really going to be a lot better. One of the things you do want to remember when you have a dog you know is dying or something of that nature is do not try to feed them that sorry energy.Dogs don’t feel sorry for each other so as me the pack leader I shouldn’t be feeling sorry for him I should feed him a natural energy, a dog energy, an energy that is just in the moment and appreciate him in the moment. This has been Zephyr Clarke-Dolbert Miami Dog Training. .