As the end of life approaches the care giving and decisions required can be physically, emotionally, and mentally draining. Knowing when palliative care is appropriate, assessing when it is helping, when to euthanize and how to take care of remains can be complex and difficult. We understand every patient and their family’s needs are unique.
In your pets final days there are often treatments and medications which can provide comfort and maintain quality of life. When the end comes and euthanasia is the most humane option, we strive to make the procedure as peaceful as possible. We can’t save every patient, but we can be compassionate, professional, and respectful of each family’s needs and wishes.