Making the decision to end an ailing or dying pet’s life can be one of the most difficult decisions that a pet owner can make. At Red Butte Veterinary Care in Salt Lake City, we offer humane and compassionate pet euthanasia services to clients who know that it is time to say goodbye to a faithful companion.
What is Pet Euthanasia?
Pet euthanasia is a medical procedure that ends a pet’s life. It is performed in the most humane, compassionate way possible for both the owner and the pet. This method of ending a pet’s life is performed in such a way that a sick, ailing or elderly pet’s last moments are spent quietly with loved ones.
Your pet’s passing will happen in such a way that their last moments are pain-free and filled with love, even though it is always a sad moment for the family members they leave behind.
Why is Pet Euthanasia Used?
Chronic and incurable pain or disease are the most common reasons why owners choose pet euthanasia. As pets get older, chronic disease can make the pain or discomfort of certain illnesses become unbearable. Many times owners see their pets in such extreme pain that the only logical solution to ending that pain is pet euthanasia.