We offer compassionate euthanasia services for pets whose quality of life have greatly diminished. From quality of life assessments to grief resources, we are here for you during this difficult time.
End of Life Care
We understand this is one of the most difficult decisions you as a pet parent can make and will assist you throughout the entire process. Our professional veterinary staff can help guide you through your pet's current health situation so you can rest assured you are making an informed decision on your pet's quality of life.
Because each situation is unique, we ask that you contact us at email@example.com to discuss what steps need to be taken. We may recommend a sick pet appointment if you would like more time to decide or want an objective opinion on an animal we have not seen personally.
Quality of Life
We use the term "quality of life" to describe a pet's overall wellbeing, including a variety of physical, behavioral, and mental factors to determine if a pet is comfortable or declining. Taking this quality of life questionnaire can help you gain peace of mind by helping you evaluate your pet's current quality of life.
What to Expect
When you arrive for your appointment, a staff member will meet you to discuss the procedure and answer any questions you may have at this time. Then you and your pet will be brought inside to the exam room if you choose to be present during the procedure. Your pet will be sedated before the final injection to ensure a peaceful and painless transition. The entire process typically takes about 30 minutes once you arrive at the clinic.
After the procedure, you may take your pet home for private burial or you may choose to have them cremated. We offer cremation through Pethaven Crematory in Hattiesburg. If you choose cremation, we will send your pet's remains to Pethaven and you will pick up the ashes from their facility.