Pet Euthanasia Buffalo NY
It is an unfortunate reality that every pet owner must face, and it’s part of being a pet owner. No matter how amazing our pet is, the reality is they won’t live forever. As an emergency veterinary hospital, we, unfortunately, do experience this grim side of pet ownership.
Not every emergency ends sadly, and we work hard to ensure every emergency that comes through our doors is met with the best care and best path to a full recovery. That being said, sometimes no emergency is necessary for an animal to need to be put down.
Here are a few common reasons why someone may be looking for pet euthanasia services:
- Terminal Illness
Veterinary Emergency Clinic is available at times when your regular vet may be closed.
About Pet Euthanasia
In some cases ending a pet’s suffering is the best gift you can give them. This may seem harsh, especially if the circumstances are coming as new information, or in the form of an emergency. We aim to help pets and pet owners along every step of the process. We understand this is an extremely difficult time for you and your family, and we know choosing to euthanize a pet is no one’s first choice.
The hardest part is often allowing yourself and your family to accept that your own fear of loss is outweighed by the best interest of the pet. We wish to help be a part of helping that process be as smooth as possible.
We will discuss your concerns and answer any questions you have regarding the euthanasia process, and the final moments will be calm, peaceful, and comfortable for the pet.
Following Euthanasia, we will help you complete the end-of-life process. Understanding that this final send-off is an emotional rollercoaster, we will help you step by step in knowing your options, and help you choose the best options for you and your family.
If you have any questions regarding your pet, please don’t hesitate to give us a call. We are made up of a large team of loving and committed veterinary professionals who will always help you best understand the ins and outs of pet ownership and how to best handle a pet’s end of life.