Oh Natisha, I feel so bad for and with you. You are doing the right thing, experience speaks.
My Elwood had to be put down due to a fast growing tumor in his mouth. I generally go to the barn later in the evening, often no one else is there. The last 2 months eating anything hard (including hay and pellets, apples ...) would cause a trickle of blood. I soaked pellets and cubes at home, mixed hydration hay at his door while he nickered in anticipation.
One evening I brought him in from the field and he was having a much bigger bleed. I called a friend who came shortly, the bleeding had stopped and Elwood was perky, ears forward, very happy. So we continued, except I began making firm arrangements, set the day, excavator coming, vet coming...
I arrived the very morning to find that Elwood had had a major bleed. The BO finally told me I was right - it is time.
Their Golden Retriever had come up to the house covered with blood. They though he had been shot in the shoulder. Washed off all the blood to find he was ok. So investigating the BO went out to the barn and found Elwood with his head in the aisle. The dog had been lapping up blood from the floor while being dripped on from above. :(
By this time the bleeding had stopped. I cleaned him up. He was happy, but confusion was in his eyes. We went for a last groundwork session in the arena, he was as perfect. My daughter, the vet .... arrived.
Sad but needed, although I don't feel I waited too long - another day or two, or hour or two may have been.
Hugs to you. Attachment 823682