As we know, end-of-life care is never an easy decision, but it may be the kindest thing you can do for a pet that is severely injured or extremely ill and will never be able to resume a good quality of life. This decision may be decision may be necessary for the welfare of your pet, you, and your family. Quality of life is important for pets and people alike. Although it may cause some discomfort, you should decide what you want done with your pet's remains beforehand, this way you have the stress of the decision out of the way as you are grieving the loss of your beloved pet.
What is Euthanasia?
- euthanasia is a humane end-of-life process by injection. To learn more about the process, contact our office at the number above.
After Care Options
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- Cremation Services (Northland Cremation)