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Dr. Trout steps into the waiting room to call for his nine o'cock appointment. He meets Woody Flynn, a black Labrador and his family. Woody appears to weak to get up off the floor.
Mrs. Flynn explained how Woody hasn't been acting right and how he kind of fainted and passed out the night before.
Dr. Trout takes a look at Woody. He gently moves his hand back over his abdomen. He had no problem locating the miscreant. Right in the middle of his belly sits a large, softball-sized mass.
Dr. Trout wondered about making Woody go through surgeries or having the Flynn family put their dog to sleep. Dr. Trout then remembers about having to put down his first patient "Peanut".
Dr. Trout explains the situation. Mrs. Flynn lets the tears come out. Dr. Trout shows empathy, reassurance, and patience while Mrs. Flynn signs the papers to euthanize Woody.
As the Flynn family leaves, Dr. Trout allows himself to feel a moment of weakness. Although some vets cry with their owners, Dr. Trout doesn't because he feels like he owes it to the animal to be strong, and supportive in their place, now that they are gone.
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