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The euthanasia procedure & while we are in your home

How long are you in our home?

Although the exact time will vary, we are typically in your home for approximately 30 minutes

Does the procedure cause my pet any pain?

We use a tiny needle to give the sedative in your pet's muscle but not unlike humans, every pet has a different sensitivity to that tiny needle prick. If your pet is eating, set aside some of his favorite treats for a distraction while we give the sedative. Overall, the process is peaceful for your beloved pet as they feel they simply drift off to sleep.

What does the procedure involve?

A sedative injection is always given prior to euthanasia to allow your pet to relax and be as comfortable as possible. A temporary intravenous (IV) catheter is then placed once your pet is sedate. We use a series of three injections (through the catheter) for the euthanasia -- Propofol (anesthesia), euthanasia solution, and saline (to flush the catheter).

Is there any mess involved?

While your pet is relaxing, they can sometimes release urine and/or feces. We will have pee pads with us to minimize the mess and keep them dry.