When is the Right Time?
Knowing when to let go is difficult, but it can be the greatest gift we can provide. Sometimes, the moment it's necessary is apparent in an instant, other times it is hidden by a slow decline. Trust your heart and we will help you though the choice should you need further counseling.
What is the Process
You are welcome to be present during your pet's last moments or say goodbye beforehand.
What to expect:
- We place an intravenous catheter to make sure the process goes smoothly. This allows us to stage the medications used.
- An initial medication is given to help calm anxious patients, allowing them to fall into a deep sleep and putting an end to life's final struggles.
- A final medication is given that allows the rest of the body to stop operating.
- You may choose to bring your loved one home for burial or have us cremate their remains. If you choose cremation we offer a communal service for lower costs, or private cremation with the return of your loved ones ashes. Private cremation costs are based on weight.
Every Pet Deserves Remembrance
With each euthanasia we can provide a paw print placed inside of a shadow box with a slot to frame their picture.
Call us if you have questions about our end-of-life services.