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Even in their twilight years, pets can still enjoy the comfort and dignity a good quality of life provides. Wellness plans, medication therapy, and other treatments are essential for our beloved seniors.
Even in their twilight years, pets can still enjoy the comfort and dignity a good quality of life provides. Wellness plans, medication therapy, and other treatments are essential for our beloved seniors. Over time, whether your pet is terminally ill or simply very old, our doctors and staff in Naples will need to help you make some difficult decisions about their cat or dog euthanasia.
The purpose of our hospice and pet euthanasia services is to prevent or stop needless suffering in companion animals and give them the peaceful, dignified end they deserve. However, we know that choosing these options may mean confronting financial, ethical, or moral issues. You can be assured that whatever decision you finally make, we'll be here to support you through it.
Call us at (239) 778-9777 for your next consultation with our experts today.
Cat and dog hospice care is a compassionate option for pets that are nearing the end of their life but are still capable of enjoying a few more months, weeks, or days with their loving owners. Based on your pet's condition, we can offer various treatment options to reduce pain, improve mobility, and increase comfort. While these are not long-term solutions, they give you and your pet the chance to spend more quality time together.
If your pet's quality of life no longer benefits from hospice care, it may be time to consider euthanasia. We fully respect your feelings and decisions on this matter and will provide you with the information you need to make a final choice. Please understand that we only recommend cat and dog euthanasia if we feel that it is the best possible decision concerning your pet's health and well-being. We feel very strongly about preventing suffering in pets and making their last moments peaceful, painless, and private.
You and your family are more than welcome to make requests regarding the care of your pet's remains. However you choose to memorialize your pet, we want to help you make it special. Call (239) 778-9777 at any time during our office hours if your pet's health seems to be declining and you need help deciding the next steps. We're here for you.