It is always difficult to have to say goodbye to a beloved pet. When a serious disease or old age takes its toll on our pets, deciding how much end-of-life care is appropriate is an emotional decision to make. In any of these events, our staff wants to be a helpful resource for you and your pet.
We will provide our most compassionate and objective insights to the following concerns:
- The amount of pain that your pet is experiencing, and what types of pain relief may help
- If care at home is possible and practical
- What you can expect in the days, weeks or months to come
If the decision is reached that euthanasia is the kindest option, our staff will handle the process in a gentle and empathetic way. You may accompany your beloved pet during the entire process. Your veterinarian will also talk with you about options for burial or cremation, commonly known as after care.
Call us today to talk with us about your wishes and we will do our best to help you, your pet, and your family through this difficult time.