Many pet owners are faced with excruciatingly difficult decisions when it comes to end-of-life care for their beloved pets. At Companion Pet Care, we understand how painful these types of decisions can be and will always act as compassionately as possible. We will assist you with implementing a plan that is best for your pet’s needs and maximizes their quality of life until they let us know it’s time.
As your pet ages, they may develop a chronic condition or terminal illness such as cancer, organ failure, osteoarthritis, or dementia. When these conditions can no longer be managed and treated with medical care and cause significant discomfort for your pet, we will be there to help you through hospice care. Our staff will guide you through your pet’s care needs and will be there for any questions you may have. At Companion Pet Care, our priority is to keep your beloved pet as comfortable as possible for as long as possible.
When your pet’s health begins to falter—whether due to illness or general old age—it is important to consider their quality of life. If they cannot live comfortably without pain or are unable to physically move, then it is time to discuss gentle euthanasia. This is never an easy decision or discussion, but we at Companion Pet Care will be there for you and your pet during this trying time. We will answer any questions you have as well as offer our advice in order to help you reach a decision that is best for you, your pet, and your family.
For more information about our hospice and euthanasia services, please call us at (239) 219-6942.