In Home Euthanasia

When it's time for their passing It can be difficult talking about euthanasia. We will always be compasionate and understanding when discussing your pet and euthanasia. Ending the life of a pet is the hardest decision a pet lover can make.

Consultation

Please call Medford Animal Hospital about assisting the passing of your pet; we will start with a consultation regarding the process. If you aren't sure the time is right, we can discuss your pet's quality of life, or we can schedule an exam to speak with a doctor about your pet’s quality of life at your home before a decision is made.

Arrival

We will arrive with all the supplies needed.  We will meet with you and your pet and discuss anything you might have concerns about.  We will explain the procedure to you and help you with any arrangements you might need.

Sedation and Pain Management

Your pet may be painful or anxious about having people in home. Since every pet is different, we have several different types of sedation so that we can choose the right protocol for your individual pet. We will do all we can to keep you pet pain free and comfortable in your arms for the process.

Euthanasia

After we have addressed all the needs of you and your pet, we will administer the euthanasia solution. The procedure is peaceful, rapid and painless. We will listen to your pet's heart and will let you know when he or she has passed.

Cremation & Memorials

Please call the clinic for more information on Forever Friends creamtions and memorial services.

Owner After Care

You may keep your pet's body and and arrange for your own cremation services, or for home burial on your property.

Pet Loss Support

Grieving for a beloved pet can be as intense as losing any family member. There are support services available that can help you through such a difficult time. Please call for more information.

 
  Updated April 7, 2016
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