Humanity & Compassion for Your Companion
There’s no doubt about it: our pets live longer today than they did just 20 or 30 years ago. As life spans increase, so can the likelihood that a pet may suffer long-term illness such as debilitating arthritis, kidney failure, or cancer. We recognize the strong bond you have with your pet and understand that the end of your pet’s life can be a difficult and painful experience for you and your family. If you should ever have to make the decision to say goodbye, we will work closely with you to help make your family friend as comfortable as possible.
We invite any questions you may have regarding veterinary hospice care and euthanasia. Simply email or call us any time.