Carmel Road Animal Hospital Understands How Hard Pet Loss Can Be
Are you having problems caring for a terminally ill pet at home?
Does your pet have a medical condition that is painful or causing a poor quality of life?
Are you afraid that your sick or elderly pet is suffering?
How do you know when it is time to put your pet to rest?
Saying good-bye to a beloved pet is one of the most difficult situations a pet owner will ever encounter but trying to decide when it is time to say good-bye can be even more difficult.
Although we are highly trained in emergency critical care for animals, there are times when all the capabilities of medical science have been exhausted and euthanasia is the only way to prevent an animal from suffering needlessly. However, the decision regarding when to euthanize is fraught with medical, financial, ethical, religious, moral, and sometimes legal considerations. Euthanasia is, therefore, a medical procedure that needs to be discussed (however painful that discussion may be) and considered thoroughly before a final decision is made.
Let Carmel Road Animal Hospital, My Charlotte Veterinarian help you through this difficult time.
Our staff of compassionate, caring professionals can help you through this painful pet loss experience. We offer hospice services and will work with you to ensure your pet’s comfort and dignity during his or her last days and final moments. Do you have special requests? Do you have questions about the care of your pet’s remains? We can help you with these concerns and will make every effort to accommodate your wishes at this very difficult time.
Deciding when your pet may need hospice care or euthanasia is a very personal and private decision, but that doesn’t mean you have to make this difficult choice on your own. Our hospice and humane euthanasia services are conducted with respect, compassion, and care. Before you struggle through one more day with a sick, elderly, or terminally ill pet that is suffering, contact us Carmel Road Animal Hospital, My Charlotte Veterinarian at (704) 703-2300 to learn how we can help.