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Euthanasia & Cremation

The sensative subject of euthanasia is sometimes something we never want to address, but it's always wise to have some type of plan in place when its time to say goodbye to a beloved pet. We pride ourselves in trying to make this very hard situation go as smoothly as possible.


When it comes to the actual appointment, there are two main decisions that you need to think about.

  1. Would you like to be present with your pet when they pass?
  2. Would you like to have your pet cremated? If you do not wish to cremate your pet, it is possible to take them home for private burial.


When choosing cremation services, there are several options available. The company we work very close with is called Pet Angel Memorial. They offer private cremation (where you get your pets ashes back) and communal cremation (where you do not get your pets ashes back).


If you would like to memorialize your pet, Pet Angel offers serveral products such as paw imprints, custom urns with name plates, jewelry and picture frames. A link to their website is provided below so you can see all options they provide.


We would be glad to go over these options with you at anytime so that we may help you get your wishes in place.