Once you have decided that it is time to say good-bye to your dog or cat, you may contact us to either set up a quality of life assessment or to schedule the euthanasia appointment.
We will ask you a few questions about your situation, and give you the opportunity to ask your questions as well.
Once you inquire about an appointment, we can talk you through the process. You may also wish to read about the euthanasia process, so you will have an understanding of what will occur when we arrive.
Please know that our mission, our goal, and our sincere wish is to make this whole experience as smooth, peaceful and compassionate as possible. We know this can be excruciating, and we will strive to make this important and difficult time as easy as possible for your whole family.
If you make the appointment, and then change your mind or need to change the timing, we completely understand. There will be no rescheduling fees, even right up to the hour of your appointment time. This is an extremely important decision, and you need to feel that the timing is right. You may reschedule as many times as you need to in order to find that time.
Here are some considerations and questions to ask yourself and perhaps other members of your household after you have made an appointment for euthanasia for your dog or cat, :
Please contact us if you have any questions about the procedure, your options, or anything else.
Euthanasia Main Page
Euthanasia Main Page - Euthanasia Process
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Other surrounding communities are also served in Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas Counties
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Louise Mesher, DVM - Owner
Ryan DesJardins - Manager
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5775 Jean Rd. Ste 105
Lake Oswego, OR 97035