We all hope that our pets will live a long, happy life, and we do all that we can to help this happen. But sometimes something comes along to disturb your pet’s good quality of life, perhaps old age arthritis, kidney disease, or sometimes cancer or other illness. It is our goal to diagnose your pet’s condition as accurately as possible, educate you about how your pet feels and offer options to improve quality of life for as long as possible. There are many factors that determine the best option for you and your pet, and we strive to work together with you to relieve pain and anxiety, and maintain a good quality of life for as long as we are able with whatever option you choose.
We also can help with making the decision to put your pet to sleep when the time comes. It’s one of the hardest times of pet ownership, but when we reflect on all the joy and companionship our pet’s bring us, and how they rely on us for their well-being, we can provide them final relief from their ailment when there is no other help for them. We are here to help your pet but also to help you in navigating this emotional time.