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pet euthanasia at home near Denver Colorado

In-Home Pet Euthanasia with Aftercare

How do you Know if it's Time to Put Your Pet Down?

Poor quality of life becomes a measurement by which we determine it is no longer beneficial for us to foster life in our beloved pet. We can understand this logic but when we are faced with the ultimate decision of putting a pet down ourselves, we often become confused and question our own reasoning.

If you find yourself with more questions than resolve please refer to our FAQs section

What can be expected from in-home pet euthanasia:

  • Sedation prior to euthanasia

  • Gentle, painless euthanasia

  • Aftercare arrangements for burial or pet cremation

  • Reassurance that your pet's body aftercare is handled with integrity and honesty

    • there is a difference between a private cremation and individual cremations so if your wishes are for a private cremation where no other pet is cremated at the same time, please make this known to your veterinarian

    • true private pet cremations makes us different from many other pet crematories​

  • Customized pet memorial ceremony

    • wishes of the pet parent and family members, recommendations by our grief companioning team or both

    • please know that we stand by the IAAHPC (International Association of Animal Hospice and Palliative Care) guidelines and will respect, honor, and refrain from judgment when your wishes are made known to us, please feel free to make requests.

  • Follow-up grief companioning offered by way of a pet loss support group

    • sign-up is required, please call the office for the place, time and date of our next pet loss support group meeting 

We are so thankful that my granddaughter told us about you. Saying goodbye here at home was special to us. Thank you.

-- Thomas Family, Whitewater, CO

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