If your pet’s health declines, our focus may shift to hospice care to keep them comfortable. Many palliative treatments are available to manage pain, increase appetite, and decrease disease symptoms, while providing you more precious time with your pet. As your senior pet’s primary caregiver, you may need to administer medications and other treatments at home. We are happy to coach you through this transition, to help you be the caregiver your pet deserves.
When your pet’s quality of life is no longer acceptable, you may choose to provide a peaceful, pain-free passing with euthanasia. Our compassionate team can walk you through this process, including discussions about your pet’s quality of life, what to expect during euthanasia, and after-care options.