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Dog Euthanasia

The hardest part of owning a pet is saying goodbye. We offer humane euthanasia services and work with a company who offers cremation services. Our team is always willing to help guide you through this difficult time.

What is pet euthanasia, and how do I know when it’s the right time?


Euthanasia is essentially an overdose of a powerful drug which causes your pet to fall asleep and the heart to stop beating. It is tough to know when is the right time to make this decision. Our team encourages you to assess your pet’s quality of life and monitor their health by asking yourself a few questions: Is your pet still eating and drinking? Are they able to go to the bathroom regularly? Are they in excessive pain? Do they want to be involved in your activities? If you have any questions, please feel free to call us to discuss all your options.

Can I say goodbye to my pet in the comfort of our home?


Unfortunately, at this time, we do not offer in-home services.

How is the euthanasia drug administered?


One of our veterinarians will administer our euthanasia drug directly into the vein, so it goes to the heart very quickly to stop the heart. If you have any other questions about the procedure, our team would be able to answer those questions for you.

Does your hospital provide bereavement counselling?


We do not offer bereavement counselling at this time.

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