Compassionate End-of-Life Care for Your Pet

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While advancements in veterinary science have been able to provide pets with longer and healthier lives, there still comes a point when a pet nears the end of his or her natural life.  A  checklist may be helpful for you to understand your pet's current Quality of Life.

We understand the bond between you and your pet, and during this difficult time as you face the end of your pet’s life, we want to help. Our veterinarians and staff will work with you to provide compassionate advice, care, and support.

When your pet’s quality of its life is such that you feel euthanasia is necessary, one of our trained veterinarians will administer the procedure with humane and gentle care accompanied by as little stress as possible.

For further resources please visit the Pet Loss Support Page, The Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement, Everlife Memorials or Pet Insurance Quotes - How insurance may help.

If you live in the Denver area, the Human Animal Bond Trust conducts a weekly walk-in Pet Loss Support Group.  Please contact them for details. (303) 318-0447.