We know how much your pets mean to you. Whether you raised them from their earliest days of life or you’ve only known them in their golden years, saying goodbye is one of the most difficult things we can do as owners. Sweet Home Veterinary Mobile Service can provide you with a quality of life assessment to help you know if the time is right to consider in home euthanasia.
When we perform a euthanasia, the first step is to give your pet a combination of sedatives, pain medications and tranquilizers. This is to ensure a stress-free process, and will take a few minutes to take effect. After that, we administer an injection of a large dose of anesthesia, which puts them to sleep by stopping their heartbeat. It’s a peaceful way to help your pet in their final moments.
What about my pet’s remains?
We offer a few options for aftercare for your pet. Some owners only need the memories of their beloved companions moving forward. Others would prefer to bury their pets in their yard or at a cemetery. Many get their pets cremated. Additionally, there are options like keepsakes or mementos that animal owners may request. Sweet Home Veterinary Mobile Service works with Veterinary Aftercare Services for private and communal cremations. Feel free to visit their website for more information: www.vetaftercare.com
Cost of the Euthanasia
|Euthanasia with communal cremation (no ashes returned)||
|Euthanasia with private cremation and ashes returned in complimentary cedar box with lock & key. ( If you would like a special urn or other keepsake please contact Veterinary Aftercare Services directly. Additional fees may apply and are to be paid directly to Veterinary Aftercare Services. )||