Humane euthanasia of a pet is one of the most difficult parts of being both a pet owner and a staff member at a veterinary clinic. For as much joy as pets bring us in life, it is equally devastating at the time of their passing. Dr. Snyder and his team are sensitive to the impact this event can have on people’s lives, and as such, Small Creatures Pet Clinic provides 24-hour emergency service to deal with any crises your pet may be experiencing. For compassionate animal euthanasia, please contact our clinic. We provide after-hours house calls as needed to ease your pet’s suffering. Sudden trauma or the effects of lingering disease can occur at any time, and we know there’s never a convenient time for your loved ones to be sick.
Dealing with the Emotional Impact
Witnessing the bond people have with their pets has cemented the importance of this service that we can provide for you. It is important for people to have proper closure and a sense of peace; often, this is best achieved within the confines and privacy of one’s home, where people can say goodbye to their pets on their own terms. Every circumstance is very private and personal and we remain respectful of your wishes at all times.
Do you have questions about humane euthanasia and crisis care for your pet? We understand that having information can help you make the difficult decisions about your loved one’s end of life from old age, terminal illness, or catastrophic injury. We will take the time to discuss with you in person our 4-page handout that addresses all aspects and issues surrounding euthanasia, procedures, and your after-care choices.