Most pets do not enjoy going to a veterinarian’s office. They become stressed and frightened, particularly when they are already feeling sick. Some pets do not like to travel in a car. For some, especially large dogs with arthritis, it may be painful to get in and out of a car. Why inflict this additional suffering on your pet?
There is little about a vet visit that cats enjoy. Most are absolutely terrified of both traveling in a car and being put in a carrier. Once at the clinic, cats are easily overwhelmed by the smells and noises (and dogs!). Few would choose to have their beloved friend spend their final moments scared, stressed and confused.
If you are visiting this website, chances are that you either have made the decision that it is time to let go of your pet, or that the time is drawing near and you want to be prepared. It is one of the most difficult decisions that you will ever have to make as a pet owner. You are looking for a way to make this transition easier for your pet, to lessen his suffering, and make it as painless and stress-free as possible. While often heartbreaking, it is a loving and selfless decision that you can make as an advocate for your suffering friend. Dr. Maggie is compassionate, empathetic, and non-judgmental.
In-Home Euthanasia Service Includes:
- Personalized Service
- The Veterinarian Coming to You
- A Review of your Pet’s Current Condition
- A Non-Invasive Examination
- Humane Euthanasia
- Coordination of Aftercare if desired
- Notification to your family veterinarian of your pet’s passing if desired