Our Winnipeg Veterinarian Offers Pet Euthanasia
At Sage Creek Animal Hospital in the Winnipeg and surrounding areas of Manitoba, your pets become our family members too. We look forward to the continuing care pets deserve during the course of their lives, yet oftentimes a pet isn't able to withstand the daily rigors of life in good health. It's never easy to say goodbye to a fur family member, we feel it every day when the passing arises. It is our job to offer compassion, support, and as much guidance as you need during this process.
As your pet's health declines and they are no longer able to enjoy a sustainable quality of life, a decision must be made. If they can't walk or eat, if they are severely ill or impaired, if they have suffered unforeseen consequences that keep their energy compromised and in danger, it is time to consult with our professional team and veterinarian at Sage Creek to find out what options are available for your pet.
Euthanasia is typically the last resort. Our veterinarian wants to ensure we've tried every method of healing and renewal for your pet before we recommend ending their life. It's not an easy decision. In fact, we find ourselves completely overwhelmed with each animal that has to go through the process, yet the way we handle their passing is with the utmost of grace and respect. Your animal deserves the best, all the way to the end.
We make certain there's established support for you and your pet, especially during the euthanasia consultation and the subsequent procedure, if that's the decision we make together. An animal senses energy, and it is up to us to maintain their dignity and overall health throughout the euthanasia process. We provide every possible tool that helps you to be there while they transition.
There is a deep love for your pet, we understand, and euthanasia isn't for the faint of heart. We also get that life circumstances change, but we also want to stress the importance of exploring every healthy option of care prior to your decision.
Euthanasia places a heavy burden on you, as well as our animal hospital employees. We want to make sure you make an informed decision in the best interest of your animal, and not necessarily your own in order to avoid unnecessary suffering and pain for your pet. While we determine the answers together in a supportive environment, our Winnipeg veterinarian also provides a complete overview of the process, the alternatives, and how painless euthanasia is for your pet.
Request your appointment
Contact our animal hospital serving St. Vital, Winnipeg, and surrounding areas with any questions or concerns. You can call us at 204-255-1150.