You may wish to be present for the euthanasia process, and you have the options of visiting with your pet before and after the euthanasia for as long as you may want or need.
We will put an intravenous catheter in place to ensure the medication goes into the vein. We may also administer a sedative. The veterinarian will administer a medication to decrease breathing, heart rate and neurologic function. The process is completely painless and takes less than one minute.
After your pet is euthanized, you may wish to have your pet’s remains cremated or to take the body home for a private burial. If you decide to have your pet’s remains cremated, we will gladly coordinate and organize this for you.