Your last good-byes in the comfort of 'their' home
Your pet is apart of your family and there is no better way to say goodbye then in the comfort of their own home, free of emotional pain or further physical discomfort. We support families that make the decision to euthanize your pet in your home, putting the focus on your pets needs rather than your own and we can offer many trusted and compassionate in-home vets that can provide this service for you.
How do I know its time?
When it's time to say goodbye we all experience guilt, grief and doubt. It's a difficult decision because your pet’s part of your family. While many times family pets simply die of old age, they may also become injured or seriously ill, and you'll see their quality of life reduced significantly. When this happens you may want to think about in-home euthanasia to spare any future suffering and pain.
Signs your pet in no longer enjoying life are:
- Persistent diarrhea or vomiting
- Often collapses, can no longer stand unassisted
- Meds are no longer controlling chronic pain
- Losing weight/appetite
- Trouble breathing or chronic coughs
While there are many other signs, we do encourage you to speak with your own veterinarian. Don't have a family vet? We can suggest a qualified vet in your area, as we feel its best not to make this decision on your own.
One of the most difficult things of owning a pet is saying good-bye at the end of their life. However being at home is far less stressful than taking your pet to the veterinary clinic. We feel no pet should be in any discomfort during the euthanasia process. To eliminate additional pain and help with anxiety, your pet will be sedated. This gives you some peaceful moments at the end to spend together privately, sharing your Fond Memories as a family.
In-home pet euthanasia is a final gift for your pet, saying goodbye surrounded with empathy and compassion.
Choosing between Cremation or Burial
It's not always the best idea to decide what to do with your pet when you're at the most emotional because you may regret the decision later on. We help you decide between a cremation and dignified burial prior to your pet's passing. This final act of love allows you to focus on remembering your pet.
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