Saying goodbye to a beloved pet is one of the hardest things we ever have to do. Making that decision is heartbreaking and many feel guilty for even considering it. But when the time comes it really can be the kindest thing to do for our companion to prevent any suffering.
Dr Katie feels that this is one of the most important acts of having a pet.
You can discuss in depth about your pet’s quality of life and how and when the time comes to say goodbye. Dr Katie will do everything she can to remove stress for your pet at this time, including sedation prior to euthanasia.
Dr Katie has gone through this herself and truly understands how difficult it is to make this decision.
Then, according to your wishes, cremation including having ashes returned can be organised. We work with the family run, caring and compassionate Green Pastures Pet Crematorium who have range of urns you can choose from.
If you would like to read more about assessing quality of life and how to know when it is time for your pet see here.
To know more about the process and what to expect when the time comes to say goodbye at home you can read our blog here.
To book a gentle, home euthanasia please get in touch.