Our staff is here to help you with euthanasia and end of life decisions.
The decision to euthanize a beloved pet is among the most difficult choices a pet owner ever has to make. Consultation with a veterinarian will help owners determine whether euthanasia is appropriate and when that might occur.
In a quiet and comfortable environment, euthanasia is performed by a veterinarian. Pet owners are free to be present or leave depending on their preference.
Prior to euthanasia, pet owners should decide how the pet's body will be cared for. This reduces the emotional stress at the time of the procedure. We offer both private and group cremations, which are done on the premises by our trained cremation specialists on staff. Private cremains are placed in one of our beautiful carved wooden urns. Please call us for price inquiries.
Through consultation with the veterinarian and the hospital staff, the last days of a pet's life can be comfortable and can reflect the care and love that the pet has experienced throughout its entire life.