We offer this public service for dogs and cats to prevent and avoid the animal suffering that can come at the end of life. We understand that there can be other reasons as well including dangerous behavior, which can be one of the hardest decisions to make. We are here for you and will work with you to help you reach the best decision.
We understand that this is a very hard decision to make - whatever the reason. The "How Do I Know When" resource can be a very useful tool, along with your veterinarian's advice, to determine when is the right time.
A Euthanasia Consent form (on the right) can be filled out ahead of time or at the clinic.
We only accept cash or check at this time.
Disposal Fee (dogs only): $10
For Return of Ashes: Price based on weight
Honoring the Bond
Euthanasia is one of the most difficult decisions all pet owners must face - whatever the reason. But it is also one of the greatest gifts we can give our pets. Here are some ways to remember your pet and what they meant to you:
Plant a tree, bush or perennial plant in their memory.
Have your children paint rocks with their favorite thing about the pet and place around a tree.
Create a photo book with your best memories together.
Make a paw print out of plaster or paint.
Make an ornament for the Christmas tree.
Have a custom piece of jewelry made that makes you think of them.
Adopt another pet - giving another pet a chance at life and love is one of the best ways to honor your pet and heal.