Consultation and Costs of Euthanasia:
We want to be good stewards of our pets and provide them with the best care at all stages of their life. Some decisions we make on their behalf are easy; but some are difficult. The decision to let go is usually the most difficult. Talking matters over with your pet’s primary care veterinarian can be helpful. DR 4 PETS is also available for free phone consultations and quotes on the cost of to have your pet put to sleep at home.
Quality of Life:
Pets cannot talk, so we must rely on other signals that communicate their state of well-being. Take a few moments to sit with a friend or family member and evaluate your pet’s condition by using The Quality of Life Scale.
"This scale is provided with the permission of its author, Dr. Alice Villabolos. "
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This is a three-step procedure. First you pet given a sedative, which will induce a very relaxed, peaceful state. Next a catheter is placed in a vein. Then your pet is administered the final injection, which causes them to pass smoothly.
DR 4 PETS respectfully handles your pets remains.
You can choose from any of the following options:
- Individual Cremation: Veterinary Aftercare Services - https://vetaftercare.com/index
- Aquamation: Peaceful Pets Aquamation - peacefulpetsaquamation.com
You may also opt to have a communal handling of your pet’s remains, or to make your own arrangements.
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