Caring for a pet means preparing for every stage of their life. Eventually, there may come a time when you have to make the difficult decision and say your final goodbye. Deciding on euthanasia for your beloved pet and companion is painful. We will make sure to support you in every step and ensure your pet will receive the utmost compassionate care. To learn more about the process, please don't hesitate to reach out at 416-444-7387.
When should I consider euthanasia?
Assessing your pet's quality of life may be one of the best indicators. If your pet has a poor quality of life and they are experiencing more pain than comfort, then euthanasia may be something to consider. Making this decision is tough but one question you can consider is: Would this procedure end their pain and misery? Would they be more comfortable? A consultation with your veterinarian to discuss their quality of life is very helpful before making a decision.
Will my pet feel any pain when euthanized?
The process is not painful at all and is rather painless and quick. If your pet is experiencing pain or feeling anxious before the procedure, we may sedate them first to allow them to calm down and make the process as smooth and stress-free for them as possible. The second injection will then allow your pet to fall asleep peacefully.