Chicopee Pet Euthanasia
Deciding to euthanize a pet can be an agonizing process. You may likely experience a wide range of complicated emotions as the time comes, as well as afterwards. It is important that you are prepared for this event and deal with the feelings as they come. Discuss this with your veterinarian and ask questions. Our staff and veterinarians are very familiar with the experience and are able to talk with you about the process and feelings that go with it.
It is normal to struggle with deciding when to say goodbye to a beloved pet. If you need guidance during this difficult time, please reach out to us. Your pet’s veterinarian, together with our compassionate team, will help you navigate through this difficult time.
When the time comes to euthanize you pet, there will be a few decisions for you to make. Do you wish to be with your pet during the procedure? There is no right or wrong answer to this question, it is purely a matter of personal preference. You may not know the answer to this question until the moment arrives, and that is alright. The next decision involves the care of your pet after the procedure. We offer cremation services provided by Final Gift.