One of my professors in vet school stated that "Pet euthanasia is the gift of a peaceful death". These are words that have become very dear to me. It is so painful to say goodbye to a beloved pet but, to have the courage to place our pet's suffering before our own is a true gift of love.
Pet euthanasia includes:
First, an injection is given to help your pet relax. This injection may take one to several minutes to take effect.
Second, an intravenous injection is given. Shortly after this injection is complete the pet will pass.
Once you submit your request, you will be contacted within a few hours by text or phone call to confirm your appointment. If you do not here from us please call or text 704-488-1777, otherwise you will NOT receive a house call and we will no be to put your pet to sleep.
Terms and Conditions
Completing the House Call information does not obligate persons to have a house call performed.
Privacy Statement Personal information is ONLY to allow us to schedule house call requests and to meet federal DEA requirements. None of your personal information will be shared with a third party without your consent.
It is very important to receive your house call submission. If you do not here from us please call or text 704-488-1777 otherwise you will NOT receive a house call.
No, pet euthanasia does not hurt. The medication used for the second injection is an overdose of anesthesia and your pet will not feel any discomfort.
The whole process of putting a pet to sleep is typically between 40-90 minutes. The first injection is a heavy sedative that will allow your pet to relax and get very comfortable. The final injection is very fast acting and takes effect in about 30-60 seconds.