End of Life Care


Most pets live long and healthy lives, but at some point they reach a time when life is no longer enjoyable. When a pet reaches such a point in their life, you must decide whether it would be kinder to end your pet's suffering. A decision concerning euthanasia may be one of the most difficult decisions you will ever make for your pet. Please know that euthanasia is an act of love toward a pet that is no longer able to enjoy life. We believe that when that time comes, it is important for you to know that euthanasia is a gentle way of releasing your pet from the pain and suffering caused by their age, illness or injury.  

If you wish to, we encourage you to be with your pet to comfort them through their transition over The Rainbow Bridge. In many instances, being with them helps you to say goodbye, even though saying goodbye is never easy. Your pet will be treated with the same respect and dignity whether or not you are present. We will ask you if you wish to take your pet home for home burial. Sometimes home burial is not an option. In that case, you can also choose to honor your pet through our on site cremation services at both of our locations. We also have a wide variety of urns for you to choose from so you can memorialize your pet.  You can visit the Forever Pets website for available urns.

You may want to visit the Rainbow Bridge website. This website was created to keep your pet's memory alive.

We are now offering a new service: In-Home Euthanasia. We want to help make your pet's last moments as stress-free, peaceful, and personal as possible. In-home euthanasia allows your pet to be put to rest in their familiar space, surrounded by those they love most. Appointment availability for at-home service is limited to Friday evenings only.