Saying goodbye for the last time is never easy. Our dedicated veterinarian and technician here at Peaceful Passing will make every effort to prepare you and your loved ones for the passing of a beloved pet. While the decision to euthanize a pet may be the most difficult decision to make, it is our hope that we can make the process as peaceful as possible. To learn more about in-home euthanasia, click here. To talk with one of our team-members, call (623) 500-6730.
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It is not always easy to understand if it is time to say that last goodbye. That is why our doctors always perform a quality of life exam prior to any euthanasia. However, there are signs that can help you understand if your pet’s quality of life is declining. Here are just some of those signs:
- Unable to rise or walk on their own
- Appetite is decreasing or is not interested in food or water
- Significant weight loss
- Withdrawals – No longer interested in being around family or other pets
- No longer greets you or your family
- Is no longer able to hold urine or defecation
They are truly a caring and compassionate service when it was time to say our final goodbye to the smallest of our family member. No rush, soft caring voices, all questions answered....and no pressure as to which final resting place to be chosen. And they also give you a last minute option if you need to change your mind.
Our pets are seen by an awesome Valet Vet team for a year now, and will continue to do so. I want nothing but the best for my dog, Valet Vet is the best!!! Thank you so much for all you have done and continue to do for our fur babies!!You are a God send to our family. I pray God continues to give you the knowledge, skills, and strength needed to continue giving this great care for his creation, and our fur babies, God Bless you!!
So grateful to Dr. Sheena and her staff for the incredible compassion and support we received when it was time to say goodbye to our beautiful dog, Cassie. Being at home with our girl as she peacefully transitioned from this life to the next, versus being in a Vet's office, was an absolute blessing. It takes a very special person to be able to stand with others during such difficult times, and we could not be more thankful for the beautiful hearts that stood with us on such a hard day. Thank you again, Dr. Sheena and Mary for being there for us. God bless you!