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The Most Loving Decision

Contemplating the end of life for a dear pet is not something we ever like to think about or can even avoid. As their loving companion we owe it to them to make the end of their journey as timely, peaceful and dignified as possible.

The decision to put a pet to sleep is a very stressful and painful time yet, it is one of the most loving and compassionate decisions a pet owner can make when the time comes to say goodbye. Unfortunately the dreaded drive to the clinic, waiting in the lobby filled with other clients, and the drive home alone can make this tough decision even more difficult and can also become more traumatic for you and your pet. We all know how hard it can be to take our pets to the clinic. Even during the routine visits they are often frightened, trembling and difficult to get into the car. Cats in particular tend to become very upset when they have to leave their comfort zones.

However, there is an option that can make our pet’s final moments less stressful, painful or fearful. Home euthanasia can be performed by a state licensed veterinarian to provide a humane, peaceful and compassionate option. Your pet would remain in the comfort of their own surroundings whether it is on their favorite couch or in their favorite spot in the yard. This most difficult time will allow them to remain in a peaceful environment where they are surrounded by all that they know and love. It also allows you and your family to grieve in the privacy of your home. Additionally, and in most cases, cremation service is available and includes the transportation of your pet by the attending veterinarian. It can also include the return of your pet’s ashes in an urn of your choice.

Provided by Dr Gayle Burrell, Gentle Pet Passings, 727-420-7424, www.GentlePetPassings.com, gentlepetpassings@gmail.com


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