Deciding when to euthanize your beloved pet is never an easy decision. We rarely "know" when the time is right, and our pet's behavior and body language can be very difficult to interpret correctly.
We have provided some quality of life evaluation forms as well as other resources on line to help you determine whether euthanasia, or additional hospice support, is appropriate. You may also schedule an appointment for a quality of life consult, to help evaluate your pet's condition and pain levels.
If you choose to have your pet cremated, we have several options for urns available
through Agape Pet Services.
We will provide transport of your pet's remains to the crematorium and deliver the ashes directly to you or to your regular veterinarian, or you may pick them up from the crematory personally.
Click here to learn more about aftercare options and cost.