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In Loving Arms In-home Euthanasia

Dexter and Jesse, sedation, what is euthanasia, Good death for pets, end of life for best buddies, pet owner, Euthanasia Process, Fees for Euthanasia, Forms for Euthanasia, in-home euthanasia Napa

Dexter 2004-2005                           Best Buddies                               Jesse 1994-2004

"The gifts of the spirit that our pets so generously give us are gifts that will live forever in our hearts." - Laurel E. Hunt

       Euthanasia means “good death” and is a final act intended to relieve pain and suffering and to bring about a peaceful end to life. In-home euthanasia allows you to choose when and where your pet passes. Ideally this will be a familiar place where your pet is comfortable and relaxed. When your pet is settled, an injection will be administered either under the skin or in the muscle which will provide heavy sedation and eventually anesthesia. At this stage, your pet will be asleep and no longer feel pain. The final injection will not be felt and within minutes, your pet’s breathing will stop and the heart will stop beating. A gentle and painless euthanasia for your pet, along with your peace of mind, is the foremost intention governing our practice.         

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