Franklin Hardy, an American, narrated this tale. When he went to Virginia to visit his father, he observed him doing an odd task: digging a hole with his best friend, a dependable and devoted dog.
The elderly man claimed that the vet suggested giving the dying dog a final dose to prevent further suffering.
This was especially surprising because the dog, who was perfectly unconcerned and appeared to be in good shape, followed the owner’s motions before running about the yard and playing joyfully.
Franklin offered to consult another vet just in case, but his father sadly replied that he completely trusted his skilled medical professional. Even though it was the same vet, the son insisted on making a second call. He arrived, examined the dog, and made a choice that everyone found puzzling. He assured her that the dog was safe and that euthanasia was no longer required. Therefore, the veterinarian’s negligence could lead to the animal’s demise. The young man shared this incident on his Facebook page and urged people not to make snap judgments. Users, for their part, expressed displeasure with the actions of the dog and the lay doctor,