Making a decision regarding end of life care for your pet can be a difficult time. As your dog or cat grows older, he or she may develop serious conditions such as cancer, organ failure, dementia, or other age-related illnesses that have a significant impact on their health. When these conditions can no longer be treated appropriately with medical care and they cause significant discomfort for your pet, it may be time to discuss palliative care. The trained veterinarians and staff at Annex Animal Hospital will assess your pet’s health care needs and discuss the various options that are available for your pet.
Annex Animal Hospital provides palliative care that is focused on keeping your pet as comfortable as possible for as long as possible. While under palliative care, you and your pet will be able to make the best of the precious time you have together at home. To learn more about our end of life care services, please call us at 416-537-3128.
Whether your pet has experienced a long-term illness or recent trauma, we are here to help guide you through the various medical options best suited for your family and your pet, including humane euthanasia. If your pet’s quality of life begins to decline significantly due to terminal illness or a major injury, it may be time to discuss euthanasia under our trained veterinarian’s care.
Deciding if it’s the right time to euthanize your pet is one of the most difficult decisions a pet owner will have to make. At Annex Animal Hospital, we are here for you every step of the way. Our staff will assist you during this difficult time by answering your questions and providing advice to help you reach the best decision for both you and your pet. We understand that your pet is a special part of your family, and we take special care to respect you and your family’s wishes for your beloved companion.
For more information about our peaceful euthanasia services, please call us at 416-537-3128.