Nease Animal Hospital offers in-home pet euthanasia and in-hospital euthanasia when this time comes. We are here to guide pet owners through the difficult process of deciding when to put your pet to sleep. Most often, pets are more comfortable in their own homes versus going to the vet, which is why we feel it is so important to be able to make this transition at home. Your family will have the privacy needed to grieve, and your pet will be able to relax and rest in the familiar space of home surrounded by people they love.
In-Home Euthanasia Services Include:
- Consultation with a Veterinarian – we are able to ask the proper questions to help you reach the best decision regarding your pet’s life
- Home visit with the Veterinarian – we are able to offer In-Home Pet Euthanasia in and around St. Augustine, FL
- Sedation – this allows your pet to pass peacefully and in a relaxed state
- Euthanasia – speak with our team to learn more about how euthanasia works
- Aftercare of pet – let our team follow through with your choice of aftercare for your pet
Why Choose In-Home Pet Euthanasia?
Going through the process of putting your pet to sleep in your own home rather than a veterinary office offers many benefits:
- Presence of Loved Ones: while only a few people can be in the room for a euthanasia at our veterinary office, in your own home you may have any family and friends you wish there for you and your pet.
- Less Stress: by the time euthanasia is considered as an option, the health of your pet is likely in a state that makes travel uncomfortable if not impossible. By having our veterinarian come to you, you avoid the unnecessary stress travel adds for you and your pet.
- Comfortable Surroundings: “there is no place like home” is especially true in these circumstances. At home, you can create the atmosphere you and your pet prefer.
- Privacy: when you opt for in-home pet euthanasia, you are able to take as much time and space needed to grieve after your pet’s passing.
If Euthanasia At Home Is Not an Option
Sometimes there are circumstances that may cause you to choose in-hospital euthanasia rather than in-home. We can help in this case as well, providing a private room and time to grieve after your pet’s passing. For more information on how we handle euthanasia in our hospital, please contact us today or request an appointment for a consultation.
Even with all of the comforts of home, euthanizing your pet is still not an easy process to go through. Let our experienced veterinary team answer your questions, guide you through the process, and provide you with the information needed to make an informed decision. Call us today at 904-209-5740.