Pet Euthanasia in Daleville, AL

Easing pets through the end-of-life process is never easy, but we work to make it as easy as possible for animals and their families. When a pet reaches the end of their life, we do everything we can to make their passing comfortable and stress-free. If you are uncertain about your pet’s quality of life and their future, please contact us so we can help. We can answer all your questions, determine whether further treatment might be possible, and give you the information you need to make the best decision for your pet.

Are you worried about your pet? Do you have questions about their quality of life? Contact us at (334) 598-1117.

Knowing When It’s Time

It is not always easy to determine when your pet has reached the end of their life. It’s important to consider their overall quality of life and meet with your vet to explore treatment options.

To gauge your pet’s quality of life at home, ask yourself these questions:

  • Has your pet stopped eating and drinking, or have you had to try to encourage them to eat?
  • Are they slow to get up or are they unable to walk at all?
  • Do they sleep most of the day?
  • Do they frequently have accidents in the house?
  • Are they uninterested in socializing with your family?
  • Do they have chronic vomiting/diarrhea?

Consult with your vet to discuss the bigger picture. It can be difficult, and as pet owners ourselves, we know how hard it can be to accept when it’s time for our four-legged family members to pass on.

What to Expect with Pet Euthanasia

With euthanasia, we aim to put an end to an animal’s suffering and give them a comfortable, stress-free passing. When you are ready, we’ll place an IV catheter to administer sedation to your pet, so they’ll be relaxed and sleeping. When we administer the euthanasia injection, they will not feel any fear or discomfort.

If you’re interested in keeping your pet’s remains, we can make an arrangement with a company called Greenbriar, which provides urns and other options for people to memorialize their pets.

For more information, give us a call at (334) 598-1117.