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Euthanasia… What To Expect

We always fear to lose these pets that mean so much to us. Nevertheless, that time inevitably does come. So how do we pet owners face our pet’s mortality? How do we face euthanasia?

In-home pet euthanasia offers peaceful and dignified parting

And when the owner finally arrived at her agonizing decision to put Tulip to sleep, there would be no stressful visit to the vet, either. Instead, Tulip’s final act would take place at home.

Euthanasia of a Beloved Pet

Euthanasia is one of the most difficult decisions anyone can ever make for a pet who is a beloved companion. Although the decision is demanded by humanitarian obligation, it is always traumatic for the person who must finally make it.

Euthanasia of a Beloved Pet

Euthanasia is one of the most difficult decisions anyone can ever make for a pet who is a beloved companion. Although the decision is demanded by humanitarian obligation, it is always traumatic for the person who must finally make it.

Coping With the Death of Your Pet

How to take care of yourself, your family, and other pets when you’ve had to say goodbye.

Dealing with the Death of A Cherished Pet

For many people, the death of their pet comes with many difficult decisions. Because each pet is different, as are his or her owners, options, feelings and coping mechanisms vary. Experts predict that over half the human population has a pet at home. The average life expectancy for pets is 15 to 16 years. Given these statistics, it’s safe to say that a great number of people will experience the death of a pet at least once in their lifetimes.

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