We understand this is never an easy decision and our primary concern is the comfort of you and your cat. We intend to make this process as painless as possible.

When should I consider pet euthanasia?

You know your cat better than anyone. If you feel they are no longer enjoying the regular routines they used to, please discuss with your family if it is the right time to make that decision. Your veterinarian can also help with a quality of life discussion with you and your family.

What is the process for cat euthanasia?

Your veterinarian will discuss the process with you before starting. Your cat is sedated first so they will feel no pain, during this time you can have your last goodbyes while your cat falls asleep in your arms. The doctor will then come and see if you are ready to say your final farewell.

Do you do house calls?

Yes, we do, but all house calls must be booked in advance.

Can you stay with your cat during euthanasia?

Absolutely, and we want you to take all the time you need.

What is the cost of at home or in-clinic euthanasia?

There is a cost difference, please call our office to discuss pricing.

Do you offer pet bereavement support service?

The Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph offers 24-hour support through their Pet Loss Support Hotline at 519-824-4120 x53694. For more information on who they are and the services they can provide click here to visit their website.