Forever Loved

In home euthanasia for dogs and cats.

Saying goodbye to the pet you love in a dignified, compassionate way, in their own home.

Is it time?
The Process
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Slide Is it time? Saying goodbye to a beloved companion is the hardest part of being a pet owner. We've done it ourselves. We will help you determine whether or not it is time to say goodbye to your dog or cat. We will tell you what the most compassionate decision to make is, so that you know you are doing right by your pet. You may want to consider the following questions:
  • Do the bad days outnumber the good days?
  • Is your pets pain manageable?
  • Do they still enjoy their daily activities?
Please know that we understand how difficult this is, and we are with you the whole way.
Our friends at Pet Meadow and the Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement are with you too. Pet Meadow is our trusted family run pet cemetary, and APLB offers helpful resources for pet owners.

A Gentle Process

Every pet’s passing should be peaceful and dignified. This is often best done in a comfortable home setting with family close at hand.

Upon arrival to your home we will be available to explain the procedure and answer any questions or concerns you may have. Before euthanasia takes place your pet will be given an injection beneath the skin to help them relax, this sedative injection will also help to relieve any pain or discomfort they may have. You are encouraged to hold, pet and generally love your companion during this time.

After 5-10 minutes once the injection takes effect, a final injection will be given to help your pet pass peacefully. The medication used is an overdose of anesthetic; this ensures that the procedure is peaceful and painless.

We will respectfully allow you and your family to spend adequate time before and after the procedure. Based upon your aftercare wishes we can provide and transport for cremation. If private cremation is elected ashes will be returned to you in about 7-10 days. We utilize a trusted, and highly certified crematory in New Jersey called Hamilton Pet Meadow.

We understand that this is a very difficult time for you and your family. You may or may not want to talk or discuss this in person. Please feel free to email or text your questions. It is our goal to make this process as seamless and uncomplicated as possible for you.