Includes brief discussion with our doctor, housecall fee, sedation to ensure a peaceful transition, gentle euthanasia, keepsake lock of fur, keepsake decorative almond shimmer clay paw print, and referral to our licensed support counselor (if desired).
Not sure if it is time to consider euthansia as an option? A teleadvice consultation will allow you to speak directly with our veterinarian via phone, Facetime, or Zoom. This 30 minute consultation is integral for any family that wants to better understand the end of life process, is considering euthanasia, or considering hospice care.
- Recommended for owners that do not wish to bury their pet at home or to have their pet's remains returned. Package includes transportation to our licensed and locally owned crematory facility where pets are respectfully cremated with other beloved pets.
- Package includes transportation of remains to our crematory facility, a beautiful marbleized plastic urn with a paw print embossed on top, an 8 X 10 keepsake with ink paw print of your beloved companion, and a Certificate of Cremation. (Picture frame not included.)
- Package includes transportation of remains to our crematory facility,a lovely cedar wood hand made urn with lock & key, a nameplate of your pet's first name, a blooming heart remembrance card with Rainbow Bridge & List of Support Groups, an organza drawstring bag, an 8 X 10 keepsake with ink paw print of your beloved companion, and a Certificate of Cremation (Picture frame not included)
To provide a more intimate experience and to reduce multiple human interaction due to COVID-19, our doctor does not arrive with an assistant. If you elect cremation for a pet over 40 pounds, we may ask your assistance in transporting your beloved companion to our mobile unit upon completion of euthanasia services. In the event that you are unable to provide assistance, we can arrange assistance from the crematory. An additional fee will be incurred if additional assistance from the crematory is required.
Guidance for Loving Pet Owners
We know and understand that euthanasia can be a difficult and heartbreaking choice to make. We want you to know that we are here to support you, your family, and your beloved companion every step of the way. Please feel free to download these helpful electronic books as an added support for you during this difficult time.
As parents, our children are one of our greatest responsibilities. Helping them to understand euthanasia and grief can be difficult or confusing. Our free E-book provides you with the knowledge and terminology needed to help guide your children through the process.
Angela is a Texas Licensed Professional Counselor, Board Approved Supervisor with over 15 years of experience. She believes that nearly all clients present with some form of grief; whether it is connected to the loss of a pet, trauma, a significant life transition, or things not turning out the way they were expected to be.
Growing up on the farmlands of South Louisiana, Angela has had animals her entire life. She is currently the proud human to four dogs. JJ and Skeeter, rescue dachshund mixes; Dexter, a Belgian Malinois working dog; and Bella, a miniature dachshund. Angela understands the impact animals have on mental health and wellness, their role in relationships and the family system, and the insurmountable grief of losing a beloved pet. She is available for short-term and long-term supportive therapy as you navigate and process the grief attached to losing your beloved companion. Please contact her via her website www.angelatallolpcs.com to schedule a visit.
Our office will be closed July 30, 2021 through August 5, 2021. Appointment request, phone calls, emails, and text messages will not be monitored during our closure period. All inquiries will be returned in the order in which they were received starting August 6, 2021. Our online pharmacy will function as normal. If you are in need of emergency assistance, please contact your nearest animal emergency hospital.