Here at Laurel Park Animal Hospital, we understand how difficult it can be to lose a pet. The inevitable fact of pet ownership is that most likely, we as pet owners will outlive our dearest of companions.
It is our goal as Veterinary providers to help our clients provide the highest quality of life for their pets, as well as assisting the client with all the information necessary to assess a pet’s quality of life during difficult times.
Whether severe complications persist due to old age, traumatic injury or illness, you can ensure a peaceful, humane, and loving end to your pet’s pain and suffering.
Understandably, most pet owners never contemplate end of life scenarios regarding their pets. Our goal is to present our clients with all of the pertinent information in regards to the euthanasia services provided by our clinic. To clarify every aspect of our service, an explanation of services are listed below:
Euthanasia is a medical procedure conducted by a Veterinarian to ease the pain and suffering of a pet. If there is a medical condition that is treatable, it is the Veterinarian’s purpose to ensure that the client is well informed before making the final decision in regards to their pet’s medical care.
Once the euthanasia procedure has been performed, there are three options in regards to their pet’s remains:
- Clients may take the remains home with them
- Clients may opt for a “Private” Cremation
- Clients may opt for a “Communal” Cremation
If you have any questions or concerns regarding euthanasia or cremation services, please do not hesitate to contact our office for more information.