Pet euthanasia provides a compassionate farewell, offering relief from pain and discomfort.

No one is ever ready for the death of a pet. Whether it is unexpected or it comes at the end of a slow decline, we are never fully aware of what a pet has brought to our lives until our companion is gone. Requesting the euthanasia of a pet is possibly the most difficult decision a pet owner has to make. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you or your family needs help through such a difficult time.

When should I consider pet euthanasia?

A factor to consider when deciding whether to euthanize is the quality of life your pet currently has. If you feel like you need more guidance with your decision, you can meet with one of our veterinarians to discuss the necessary next steps.

What is the process for cat euthanasia?

The first step is to book an appointment with one of our veterinarians. When you come to the clinic for the appointment, you will be brought into a private room. Here, we will go over the necessary paperwork to prepare you for the next step.

Do you do house calls?

House calls are not usually a service that we provide here. However, certain situations require a vet to visit your home. We can provide the number of a mobile veterinarian who is available for in-house calls. Please call our clinic for more information.

Can I stay with my cat during euthanasia?

You are more than welcome to stay for the duration of the procedure.

What is the cost of at home or in-hospital euthanasia?

The price may vary depending on the cremation options and urn selections you have chosen. If you would like more information on prices, please call for an estimate.

Do you offer pet bereavement support service?

We have bereavement packages available for you to take home that offers counselling and support services.

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