Hope your husband is doing fine by now; let me tell you just the sound of a Peg is scary, but it is only at first, when it has been done and your hubby is being fed that way, you can rest when you know that he will not choke.
I took care of my husband two yrs. at home and a lot of times when I was feeding him by mouth we had scary moments a few times I had to put in my finger inside his mouth to get something that had stuck; later on when he couldn't eat by mouth a PEG was done, along with a traqueostomy since he could no longer breath by himself, after this we spent six month's at the hospital, we live in Baja California, Mexico and it isn't easy here to get a Vent Machine and we don't have Hospice, and all the things you can in the U.S., we had to stay at the hospital six month's; LET'S GET GOING TO WHAT I WANT TO TELL YOU, it isn't hard to feed through a PEG tube, I did so myself at the hospital all the time, only the first times this was done by a nurse, but I was trained to do it and it is easy when one learns I even learned to use the Vent Machine, to suctioned, etc. etc.
You will do fine, I'll be praying for both of you, may God bless you.
Baja California, Mexico
Cals to late husband Jorge