Unfortunately, there comes a time when we must say goodbye to our furry friends. The decision of if, when, and how this should occur can be a source of great stress for the pet owner and their family. We routinely provide “Quality of Life” appointments to provide you with council, guidance, and support during this difficult and emotional decision making process to make sure that it is the best decision for all involved.

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The approach can be similar to human hospice care with a greatly variable timeline and we are here to make sure your pet is free from pain and suffering to ensure your pet has more good days than bad days from beginning to end. After your pet is euthanized their remains can be taken home or we offer communal cremation and private cremation whereby the pets ashes are returned to the owner. It is the moral responsibility of the pet owner to make a compassionate decision for your pet.