In Home Euthanasia

The Process of In Home Euthanasia

The first step is coming to terms with your pet’s condition. To aid in the decision making process, please call Restful Paws and we will gladly answer any questions you might have. During this conversation, we can also walk you through the steps we will take and outline aftercare options for you.

Once you decide to move forward with in home euthanasia, we will arrive at your home and spend time with you and your pet. Your pet will be given a medication that will alleviate any pain or stress they may be experiencing. Once this medication has taken effect your pet will be almost asleep and comfortable. We will then administer the euthanasia medication. This is completely painless and takes place within seconds.

Your pet’s remains will then be handled in accordance with your request. If at any point throughout the procedure you would like additional time or have any special requests we will do our best to help and give you the time you need. Our goal is to help your pet’s passing be as dignified and peaceful as possible.

Choosing In Home Pet Euthanasia

Your pet has been a part of your family for a very long time. When the time comes to say goodbye, you’re going to want to know your options. One of these options is in home pet euthanasia. We all know how hard it can be to say goodbye so taking the right steps and making the right choices is vital to this process. If your pet is in pain or having a difficult time, you may wish to stop the suffering sooner than if you allow him or her to pass on his own. Euthanasia is designed for this purpose.

No one wants to see their beloved pet suffer. It is heart wrenching to have to say goodbye to your precious pet. Being able to be in some control of the situation is important in helping to ease this transition for both of you. When you’re stressed or upset, your pet will feel it. By being able to prepare ahead of time for the situation should it arise, you’ll be able to keep your pet calm and help your pet to feel more secure and safe.

We know how difficult this time is for you and your pet. We understand that it is a time of grieving and emotional pain for both of you. As you prepare for the situation it’s important to have the facts. Know what you can do to help your pet and know the process. You’ll have a lot of questions and we can can offer you guidance and answers as well as your full options.

Keeping your pet in the comfort of your own home is vital to your pets feeling safe and secure and it makes this difficult time a little easier for you as well. Your pet likely has a favorite spot and will feel safer and more comfortable there than anywhere else. By giving your pet the final say in his or her goodbye you’re giving a gift that is priceless. We will be able to help you in making the right decision. If you elect to give your pet euthanasia, it can be helpful to understand the process so you can prepare.

The goal of in home euthanasia is to give your dog or cat a peaceful passing at home. We start by giving a medication that is part pain medication and part sedative. This medication will help to alleviate any pain your pet might be in and ease them to sleep. This medication usually takes 5-10 minutes to take effect. During this time you can be with your dog or cat and give him or her lots of love and reassurance. We then will give a second medication that will allow your pet to pass peacefully within a few minutes.

You may take as much time as you need with your pet after they have passed. We will then take care of all aftercare arrangements for you. This allows you to focus on taking care of yourself and your loved ones after you say goodbye.

You’ll be able to be with your dog or cat throughout this entire process to help him or her to be calm and comforted. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help you and your pet through this very difficult time. In home pet euthanasia allows your pet to have a dignified and peaceful passing from the comfort of their own home.

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