Compassionate Veterinary Hospice offers peaceful and respectful euthanasia for beloved pets
As loving and devoted pet owners, we often are faced with difficult decisions, but the greatest of all is the decision to euthanize. As cherished as our pets are in life, we equally strive to provide them with a meaningful and mindful death, befitting our love for them. At Compassionate Veterinary Hospice, we think of euthanasia as an important life event, not just a medical procedure. We strive to make it as peaceful and positive of an experience as possible.
When euthanasia is performed in your home with the support of a devoted hospice team, you are in charge of every aspect of your pet’s final moments, ensuring that you and your pet can be in the most comfortable environment possible.
This experience will be different from what you may have experienced at a veterinary office, it can be both beautiful and challenging. To be best prepared, we recommend reading the information provided below.
- Home Pet Euthanasia Pricing
- Preparing for the pet euthanasia visit
- Helping Children Prepare for Loss
- The Pet Euthanasia Visit
- After the pet euthanasia visit
- Coping with Grief
What Happens During A Euthanasia Procedure?
At Compassionate Veterinary Hospice, we think of euthanasia as an important event, not just a medical procedure. We strive to make it as peaceful and positive an experience as possible. Our experienced staff is available to provide information and answer all your questions about euthanasia over the phone ahead of time.