Caring and Compassionate Pet Euthanasia
Euthanasia is something most people would rather not think about, unfortunately, pets become old and ill, and when they appear to be suffering, sometimes pet euthanasia is the most caring and compassionate thing a pet owner can do for their pet.
Understanding When It's Time to Say Goodbye
It can be difficult for pet owners to determine when it’s time to say goodbye to their beloved pets. If you are unsure as to whether it’s time to say goodbye, Cedar Bay Veterinary Clinic can evaluate your pet’s health and answer your questions in order to help you make a decision.
1. Your Pet Is in Severe Pain that Cannot Be Alleviated With Medication
2. Your Pet Has Cancer and has a Poor Quality of Life
3. Your Pet Can No Longer Stand or Walk on His or Her Own
In-Office Pet Euthanasia
Many pet owners choose in-office pet euthanasia. However, they still want their pets to be comfortable for the journey and to help reduce pet anxiety, and Cedar Bay Veterinary Clinic can help you make your pet’s final car ride more comfortable by providing you with a sedative that you can give to your pet prior to arriving at our veterinary office.
Once you arrive in our office, you will have the option of choosing how involved you wish to be in your pet’s final moments. If you wish to stay with your beloved dog or cat throughout their final moments, we will make certain to help you through the process.
During the procedures, your veterinarian will give your pet a sedative then inject the medications that help your pet pass peacefully. You will have the option to take your pet back home for burial, or the pet can be left with us for cremation.
At-Home Pet Euthanasia
Please call Lap of Love for in home euthanasia at (407) 487-4445
For questions about pet euthanasia or to schedule an appointment with Cedar Bay Veterinary Clinic, call us at (407) 656-8004 today. We’d be happy to make this difficult process a little easier on your family.