We all fear losing the pets that mean so much to us. Nevertheless, that time inevitably does come. After owners and our veterinarians weigh a number of factors, including the pets current quality of life, if the pet is suffering from a disease and the progression has a poor outcome, and what the family is able to endure, the decision to euthanize a pet may be made.
We know this will be an emotional and painful experience for all owners. Our primary purpose during this process is to ensure each owner is comfortable with the process of euthanasia. We are here to answer any and all questions you have.
Each family as 3 options with how to handle their pet after passing. You are always free to take your pet home with you. You will just be charged for the service of Euthanasia. You can have your pet cremated and not have ashes returned to you, or you can have your pet privately cremated and have their ashes returned in a beautiful blue urn. Both cremation services include a clay paw print memorial from your pet.
Please call us to schedule your pet’s appointment. We want to ensure our staff has as much time to spend with you as your family needs.
We’re proud to work with One Last Gift. Dr. Jason Cordeiro provides in-home euthanasia in Adams County, Boulder County, Broomfield County, Denver County and Weld County in Colorado. Our pets are not merely pets, but family members. This is certainly true for Dr. Cordeiro. He understands the enormity of the love you have for your furry family members because it is something he cherishes every precious day. Click here to visit his website.