We know that saying goodbye to a beloved pet is a very difficult experience. We strive to make it as seamless as possible.
MAKING THE DECISION:
If you are unsure whether it is time to say goodbye, we recommend scheduling a "Quality of Life Assessment" appointment. Dr. Tony will examine your pet and go over their medical history to help you make the best choice for your pet and your family.
You do not need to make an appointment for euthanasia services. We understand that this is a difficult decision and want you to come in when your pet and your family are ready to say goodbye.
What to expect:
When you arrive, we will bring you and your pet into a private exam room. The doctor will come in, examine your pet, and speak to you about the process. Then, a member of our staff will speak to you about different cremation options. pricing, and memorial products. Payment and forms will be completed.
A tranquilizer will be given to calm your pet while you spend a few minutes alone together. When you are ready, the euthanasia will be administered. Afterwards, you can take as much time as you need to say your final goodbye.
We offer both communal and private cremation options. With private cremation, your pet's ashes will be available for pickup within 1-2 weeks.
Making the decision to put your pet to sleep is difficult, therefore appointments are NOT necessary. When you are ready, just come in..
Despite the fact we are not taking new clients, anyone can come in for end of life services.
Call 1-855-245-8214 to reach a counselor.