FAQs Euthanasia (End of Life) Services for Pets in West Chester OH
The decision of how to end our pets’ lives can be difficult. The staff is available to assist you during such a distressing moment. It may be clear that your pet is experiencing too much suffering for their health or well-being at certain times.
Palliative care is an alternative to comprehensive medical care in one or more of the following areas: nutrition, pain management, hydration (maintaining body fluids), temperature regulation (maintaining body heat), skin care (maintaining the outer appearance), digestion support (helping food to be broken down into digestible pieces), and mobility assistance (helping animals function).
Our staff will help you make the decision that best suits your pet and your family. Your pet may have had a long and happy life, but it is not uncommon for owners to feel guilty about letting their pets go.
Owners may feel that they are abandoning their pets, or they may fear that their pet will feel abandoned by them. Some owners might be afraid of the suffering or pain their pets might experience during the dying process. Some owners might be afraid of leaving their pets behind after they are gone. The staff is here to help you with your concerns, so please ask us if there is anything we can do to help relieve your worries or fears as you face this difficult time with your pet.
What Can I Do To Prepare?
Owners may choose how their pets’ bodies will be cared for prior to euthanasia to help reduce emotional distress. Burial, private cremation, or group cremation are all options. Veterinarians may provide suggestions on how to make their pets’ final days as special as they were throughout their lives in order to comfort owners who wish to spend extra time with their pets or give them extra treats.
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