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Posted on 08-18-2016
End-of-Life Services From Your Overland Park Vet
At Nall Hills Animal Hospital, our Overland Park vet is here for your pet throughout every stage of its life. However, if your pet has recently fallen ill with a grim prognosis, you may be put in the difficult position of making end-of-life decisions for your beloved pet. Here in our office, we offer compassionate end-of-life services, such as humane euthanasia, right here in our clinic.
Making the Right Decision for Your Pet
One of the most difficult decisions a pet owner may face is determining when it's time to consider euthanasia as the best option for a sick pet. A lot of times, pet owners want to keep their pets around for as long as they can; after all, these pets have become family to them. However, if your pet is suffering or has a poor quality of life as a result of an injury or illness, then euthanasia can sometimes be the most humane choice—even if it is the most difficult one.
Seeking Guidance From Our Compassionate Overland Park Veterinarian Team
If you're not sure what the best choice for your pet is, we encourage you to speak with our Overland Park veterinarian team. By bringing your pet in for an evaluation or reviewing your pet's recent diagnosis and medical records, we may be able to make a recommendation regarding your pet's end-of-life care.
Should you choose euthanasia to end your pet's suffering, our team is here to help you say goodbye and ensure that your pet is as comfortable and stress-free as possible. We welcome you to stand alongside your pet as it peacefully crosses over to the Rainbow Bridge.
Contact Nall Hills Animal Hospital Today
Making end-of-life decisions for a beloved pet is never easy, but our team at Nall Hills Animal Hospital is here to help in any way we can. For more information on end-of-life services or to find out more about our clinic, feel free to give our office a call at (913) 341-8836.
Have you ever had to say goodbye to a pet before? If so, what helped you get through it?
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