Unfortunately, our companion animals may acquire debilitating conditions or be diagnosed with a terminal disease. Together we can manage pain, minimize stress, and provide a good quality of life for as long as possible. We can help you decide when your pet may be suffering and that it may be time to let your pet go.

Making the decision to have your companion animal euthanized is one of the most difficult decisions you will ever make. While people often hope for their pet to close their eyes and die peacefully in their sleep, this is rarely the case. Instead, a natural death may be prolonged, painful, and upsetting for you to witness. Euthanasia is a way to provide your pet with a peaceful and dignified passing.

It is a way to give back to them for all their years of friendship, loyalty, and unconditional love. Our pets are most comfortable when they are able to have their final moments in their home surrounded by familiar faces. Dr. Au can help you through this process.

For aftercare needs, we recommend Peaceful Pets Aquamation.  We can transport your pet afterwards for private or communal cremation.  For more information on their service, please follow the link below to their website. www.peacefulpetsaquamation.com