Pets are an important part of our family and often remind us of special human connections. So, it can be very challenging to make a decision to relieve their suffering. The passing of a family pet can be as heartbreaking as the loss of a human loved one.
Pets are good at hiding signs of illness and pain. It is very common to have second thoughts, feel guilty or uncertain. Letting go is never easy, but we can support you in making the best decision for you and your faithful companion. With our North Georgia veterinary house calls, and in-home pet euthanasia, you can grieve in the privacy and sanctuary of your own home.
PetWise Vet Cares
Dr. Falck and her team members have pets of their own and can relate to your concerns, not only as professionals, but also as pet parents. When you are ready or need help making a decision, we have the resources and compassion to assist you. We can also help you with pet aftercare options including private cremation.
Dr. Falck knows the feeling of losing a pet all too well, as she has helped many families during these hard times. Clients often ask Dr. Falck if it is difficult for her to perform euthanasia “While I acknowledge that it can be personally draining, I believe that it is almost always a kinder alternative to letting nature take it’s course, often accompanied by prolonged pain & suffering. Specific requests are welcomed, like reading a poem, lighting candles or performing the euthanasia procedure outdoors.
A Clay Paw print (clay imprint of your pets paw) serves as a special memento and comforting reminder of your pet that you can keep forever.
Having a sense of closure when your pet passes can help ease the pain that you might be feeling. As a token of compassion & friendship, we offer our clients a clay paw print impression memorial, so that you can treasure and celebrate the memories of your beloved cat or dog forever.
Compassionate House Call Euthanasia
When a pet is ill or elderly, it is difficult to watch them live in pain. They may have good days and bad days. Each pet’s circumstances are different, so we work with you
When you feel like it is time, Dr. Falck will help you make the best choice for the sake of your pet’s health. By going over all the possibilities together, she will give you the information you need in order to make this tough decision for your furry friend.
Without rushing your family, Dr. Falck will stay and grieve with you until you are ready to lay your pet to rest. Our house call euthanasia is painless for your pet and gives you the chance to say goodbye to your four-legged companion. In doing so, you can avoid the cold, sterile feeling of a vet’s office and be surrounded by family and friends during this time, instead.
Have you been struggling with the difficult decision of laying your pet to rest? Our North Georgia veterinary house calls will help counsel you, so that you can make the best choice for your family’s pet.