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Saying Goodbye to Your Pet

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Sutter Brown, Governor Jerry Brown and wife Anne Gust’s pet corgi, has fallen critically ill. After an emergency surgery failed to fully remove the 13-year-old Pembroke Welsh corgi’s cancerous tumors, the Browns now face a dilemma familiar to many pet owners: the decision of when to euthanize a pet and coping with the grief that accompanies such a loss. In this half hour, we’ll get advice about how to handle the death of a pet.

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California’s First Dog, Sutter, Is Sick


Dr. Cheryl Ramos, emergency and critical care veterinarian; owner, Pet's Eternal Rest


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