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We want to thank everyone for their patience over the last several months as we adjust to the new changes due to COVID-19. Just a few reminders for our clients, we are continuing curb side pickup until further notice. Therefore we ask that you only enter the office for appointments. We ask that you continue to wear masks if you are able and please limit the number of family members/friends to 2 per visit. We also want to remind everyone to schedule your pets well in advance for wellness/vaccine appointments as we are now scheduling these appointments out into January and February due to our extremely busy schedule. We recommend scheduling your pet’s wellness appointments up to 6 months in advance to ensure that your pet is getting scheduled in a timely matter that works for your schedule and ours. We appreciate your understanding.
Quality of Life
If you and your family are struggling to make that difficult end of life decision this chart can be very helpful. Because our pets are family, we want you to make the best decision possible for your loved one when it comes to saying goodbye.
We offer cremation services through Allied Cremation. You have the option of recieving your pet's ashes back or not at all if that is what you choose. Of course you may always take your pet home with you for burial.
Our facility also offers memorabilia of your pets paw. We offer clay and ink prints. Let our staff know if this is something you are interested in.
Call our office with any additional questions you may have in regards to the difficult time.
Coping With the Loss of Your Pet
Losing a pet can be a very difficult time for owners and their families, as well as other pets in the houshold. Here are some helpful ways to get through the grieving process.
For more support check out these websites: