How do I know if it's time to consider humane euthanasia?
This is perhaps the most difficult decision that pet parents have to make.
Letting go of a beloved pet can be an emotional and traumatic experience. Our kind and compassionate veterinarians will be here for you when you need them most.
As animal lovers ourselves, we never take the recommendation for euthanasia lightly. If any other treatment options exist to give your pet more comfortable months or years, we will go over the options with you, along with associated costs and home care responsibilities.
If you choose to euthanize your pet, or “put them to sleep,” we will make the experience for you and your pet as peaceful as possible. You will have a dedicated room to share with your animal during their last moments. We will give you plenty of time to say goodbye privately.
The euthanasia procedure is painless and calm. We administer a sedative to relax your pet so that they do not feel anxiety or fear because of the strange surroundings and from feeling ill. The next drug we administer will stop the heart within just a few moments.
You will have cremation options, and we even make small keepsake memorials with fur and a paw print for you to remember your loved one.