Goodbyes are always difficult. It's even more challenging when you have to say it to your loyal companions who are true members of your family. Our staff takes great pride in providing empathetic care for you and your pet during this difficult time. We treat your pet as our own and give the utmost attention to them. Making decisions regarding the aftercare of your pet can also be incredibly hard when you are grieving. Our staff is always available to discuss cremation and memorial products with you. For information about euthanasia services, feel free to contact us at 519-683-4508.
What is pet euthanasia and how do I know when it's the right time?
Euthanasia is a medical procedure that intentionally ends life to relieve pain and suffering. Every pet and situation differs, so the time for each pet is also different. Our veterinarians can perform a quality-of-life assessment to help evaluate your pet and recommend treatment versus euthanasia.
Can I say goodbye to my pet in the comfort of our home?
Unfortunately, mobile services are not available. However, we offer a private comfort room in our clinic to help make you feel more comfortable.
How is the euthanasia drug administered?
The euthanasia solution is typically administered intravenously (i.e., directly into the vein). Before the euthanasia drug, the veterinarian administers an anesthetic that ensures your pet feels no pain during the procedure.