End of Life Care
Euthanasia is one of the most difficult decisions anyone can ever make for a pet who is a beloved companion. As a pet owner, none of us like to think of the day when we must say good-bye to our pet.
The decision when to euthanize is as individual and personal as you and your pet are. This is a judgment that only you can make, and it involves great personal courage and sacrifice. Many people fear they will not be able to recognize when the time is right. It is good to include family members or friends who share a close bond with your pet in the decision-making process. This is a time when you will need the support of those who truly understand. The Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement website is an excellent resource.
Please, contact any of our veterinarians to further discuss any questions.
All aftercare arrangements at My Pet's Veterinary Center are respectfully handled through Hamilton Pet Meadow www.petmeadow.com