As a pet parent, it can be extremely difficult to decide when it is the right time to euthanize your pet. As long as the decision to euthanize your pet is made out of love, however, there is no wrong decision. If you are starting to notice that your pet is not enjoying the things he or she previously loved to do, it may be because your pet is enduring too much pain. This is usually the right time to consider euthanasia. Watch this video clip for more information.
When your pet has passed on, contact Faithful Friends Pet Cemetery & Crematory. We are a family-owned and operated pet cemetery in Fort Worth, TX. Call us at (817) 478-6696 or visit our website for more information about our compassionate services.
At Faithful Friends Pet Cemetery & Crematory of Fort Worth , we know that euthanasia is a difficult subject to discuss as a pet parent. The reality is that many pets reach a point where life becomes both painful and unenjoyable, even when their owners are doing everything they can to create a comfortable, healthy, and loving environment. If your pet has a terminal illness or has reached an age when life is very difficult, consider the information below to find out what to expect from the euthanasia process.
Deciding When to Euthanize
Many pet owners find it difficult to consider euthanasia, thinking that they may be making an unloving decision. This is normal, but it is important to remember that a life of pain and physical immobility is difficult for your pet to endure, no matter how much you try to take away the pain. Remember that your decision is hard, but it’s not wrong if it is grounded in love and compassion for your pet’s suffering.
Making an Appointment for the Procedure
When you call your veterinarian to schedule the pet euthanasia procedure , explain to the receptionist that you would like to know what to expect. You may want to schedule the appointment at a time when the practice is not busy so that the veterinarian will have plenty of time to speak with you and let you say goodbye.
During and After the Procedure
You may experience very intense emotions when saying goodbye to your pet. You may choose to stay with your pet as your veterinarian performs the euthanasia procedure, or say goodbye before the procedure begins. No matter your decision, you can find peace knowing that the process will not be scary or painful for your pet. After your pet has crossed the rainbow bridge, you will need to consider whether burial or cremation is the right option. This is a personal decision, though your veterinarian may be able to offer suggestions.
Many pet parents are left with the hard decision of where and how to lay their pet to rest after euthanasia. To learn about the options that Faithful Friends Pet Cemetery & Crematory can offer during this difficult time, call (817) 478-6696 or visit our website.
At Faithful Friends Pet Cemetery & Crematory, we know that having a tranquil final resting place for your pet can give you comfort in your grief. Our DFW pet cemetery is designed for you to visit again and again as you honor the memory of your lost pet.
Our pet cemetery is surrounded by beautiful oak trees. We maintain the grounds carefully to create a serene atmosphere. We offer individual pet plots with personalized headstones as well as communal burial and cremation plots. We give you an opportunity to choose your pet’s plot and casket. We welcome families to return to our pet cemetery time and again to remember their pets on special days, like birthdays, or simply to spend a quiet moment with a beloved lost pet.
Faithful Friends Pet Cemetery & Crematory can help you plan a fitting memorial and burial for your pet. Call our DFW pet cemetery at (817) 478-6696 for more information.