Euthanasia & Cremations
At some point, most pet owners will have to face the most difficult decision of all, euthanasia. Euthanasia is a peaceful ending of life and our goal is to make the process as smooth and stress-free as possible for your pet. Because we are all pet owners ourselves, we know how difficult the decision can be, and we are glad to address any concerns or questions you may have. We welcome owners who wish to remain with their pet during the procedure, but we also understand when owners prefer not to stay. Depending on your pet’s condition, the doctor may give a sedative injection and/or place an intravenous catheter to make the procedure easier on the pet.
We will prepare your pet for burial, or we offer two cremation options. Mass cremation is done with other pets and no ashes are returned. With private cremation, the pet is cremated individually and the ashes are returned in a wooden urn. All cremations are done in this facility by a dedicated staff member to ensure that your pet’s ashes are returned to you. When the time comes, we will be glad to assist with the necessary arrangements.