While it may be the hardest decision you have to make, the quality of your pet's live should always be the central issue. As part of our commitment to the human-animal bond, we offer quality of life and pain assessment exams to help in making a euthanasia decision.
Euthanasia is a very personal experience and those last moments should be private and comfortable in your stress-free home environment. The goal of CCVS is to provide peace of mind to families and make the experience as peaceful as possible for both you and your pet. We also will provide reassurance that this is the best decision for their pet.
Not to hurt our humble brethren (the animals) is our first duty to them,
but to stop there is not enough. We have a higher mission to be of service to them whenever they require it.
--St. Francis of Assisi
Please call for a consultation to discuss your needs and options. We can discuss where the procedure will take place, who will be there, etc. This is your time to express any concerns and make any special requests.
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In Memory of :
Goldie - July 17, 1997 - November 9, 2007 &
Dewey - December 20, 1992 - October 24, 2007
It is important to ask yourself the following questions:
If you said YES to any of the above questions, please call Dr. Karen Jordan for an in-home consultation.
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