We know first-hand that caring for a terminally ill or advanced aged pet can be complicated and confusing. We are here to help, so that both you and your pet can navigate the journey together in the most peaceful way. Through quality of life consultations, we can offer palliative care options until the time comes for them to be at rest.
The decision to euthanize your pet is likely to be the most difficult decision you will ever have to make as a pet owner. If the quality of your pet’s life has diminished so that they are experiencing more bad days than good, then it may be time to consider easing your pet’s suffering. If you are unsure, then we can provide resources to help you understand clearer where your pets’ quality of life stands. We also offer options for care of your pets’ remains through our reputable crematorium.
Quality of Life consultations will be performed on all new patients prior to euthanizing. We will examine your pet in their own environment to get an accurate understanding of their medical problems and quality of life to guide you through this critical time. We will not euthanize a patient with a manageable or treatable disease (ie arthritis, blindness, deafness, untreated diarrhea, untreated renal disease, etc.).