Pet Euthanasia at the Rancho Sequoia Veterinary Hospital
At the Rancho Sequoia Veterinary Hospital, we do everything we can to support and honor the special bond between you and your animal companion. Like you, we love animals and understand how much joy and happiness they can add to life. If and when you and your family need to make the incredibly difficult decision regarding end-of-life care for your cat or dog, please know that we are here to help you every step of the way. At our locally-owned and operated clinic, staff members have both professional and personal experience with saying goodbye to the animals who love us best.
Dog and Cat Euthanasia: What to Expect
If your animal is ill, in pain and unable to enjoy a meaningful quality of life despite exhausting all other measures, dog or cat euthanasia may very well be the most humane and loving choice.
We completely understand how emotional and difficult this decision can be. We will do our very best to create a caring and welcoming environment for both you and your beloved companion.
If you choose to consult with our team at Rancho Sequoia Veterinary Hospital regarding end-of-life care for your pet, we pledge:
- To maintain the utmost level of privacy and respect for you and your family.
- To treat your pet with the same degree of love, kindness and dignity that we would extend to any member of our own family.
- To answer any and all your questions about your pet and help you navigate this challenging transition.
- To offer full, one-on-one support throughout every stage of the process.
If together as a team you and our staff decide that euthanasia is the best and most humane option for your animal, we’ll take all the time you need to help you understand the process. By sedating your animal first, we’re able to provide our euthanasia services in a peaceful and dignified way, thus ensuring that your pet is as comfortable and calm as possible as you say your final goodbyes.
Discussing End-of-Life Plans for Your Pet
We’re a locally-owned full-service veterinary clinic with a team of caring and experienced vets who are fully committed to helping both you and your pet find peace, comfort and strength throughout the difficult transitions of pet ownership. If you have questions about our euthanasia services, call our team today at (805) 522-7476.
PET LOSS BEREAVEMENT AND SUPPORT HOTLINE
ASPCA Pet Loss 24 Hr Hotline: 877-474-3310
ADDITIONAL HELPFUL WEBSITES FOR GRIEVING PET FAMILIES:
- The Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement
- The Pet Loss Support Page
- RainbowBridge.com Grief Support Center