One more about Merlin's passing.


Journaling:
Nothing was harder about owning a dog than the soul searching decisions about his health, especially in the final weeks. Merlin had been having moderate anemia and housebreaking accidents. Then his anemia worsened as his red blood cell count dropped rapidly. On April 23, 2009 an ultrasound exam showed that Merlin had a large mass on his spleen. We didnít know if it was malignant but it had to be removed right away. On top of that he would need a blood transfusion before the surgery. We had choices and decisions to make - tough, tough decisions. As much as I hated to not pursue medical treatments I knew it was best for him to not have to endure the blood transfusion and surgery. It was his time. We took him home and he lived 9 wonderfully spoiled days with us.


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