Saying Goodbye to Your Pet with End of Life Care
Euthanasia is never an easy choice for a loving pet parent. We will always guide you through the many decisions required when it's time for your pet to pass over the rainbow bridge. We do not suggest pet euthanasia lightly, but we do aim to be a resource that you can rely on for honest answers.
The procedure can often provide relief from needless suffering due to terminal illness or old age, and we do whatever we can to give you and your pet the comfort needed in their final moments.
When you think the time may be near, we ask that you consider talking to us for the sake of your pet’s needs, and we'll be there to help take care of you and your pet.
Memorializing Your Pet
Pets enrich our lives and their memories stay with us forever. After the euthanasia process is complete, we help clients decide how they’d like to commemorate their pet’s life. Options include:
- Taking home the pet for burial. Some clients prefer to do their own burial at home, which we are happy to accommodate. If this is the option you choose, we ask that you check with your local county’s regulations to ensure compliance.
- Private cremation. We can help facilitate a private cremation, where you’ll receive your pet’s ashes in a beautiful urn that can be displayed or scattered.
- Group cremation. This option involves a group cremation of pets' remains, and the ashes are not returned.
Outside of those options, there are additional ways to honor your pet, including paw prints, jewelry, and more. If the time comes, our team will guide you through the decisions to help you find the right choice.