Common questions about the process of ‘In-home Euthanasia”
The greatest benefit to this service is having a quiet and peaceful experience, in the comfort of your own home, that is both affordable and can happen with little delay. With in-home euthanasia, your pet does not have to make a stressful or hurried car ride and you do not have to worry about your display of emotion in a crowded veterinary office. Pets are also much calmer at home and the entire process is one of compassion and dignity – a truly peaceful parting.
This compassionate service is growing in popularity because we all want the privacy and the peaceful environment of our pets home for their final moments I make sure this is a dignified, respectful and private moment for you and your family.
For many of us, pets are a very important part of our family. But what will happen if you are no longer able to care for them? Having to leave your pets behind when your life ends is something you may not have even considered. At Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Science The Stevenson Companion Animal Life Care Center provides a home-like environment for pets who are left behind. The center receives no public funding therefore it is dependent on endowments and gifts.