goodcat’s experienced, compassionate veterinarians provide humane euthanasia for dogs and cats both at our location and in-home. Our pets are our family, and they deserve to pass peacefully and comfortably, surrounded by those they love at home.
Weither it’s at our hospital or in the comfort of your home, the euthanasia process is almost entirely painless for your pet.
In-home euthanasia offers you the opportunity to say goodbye to your beloved pet on your terms. A calm, peaceful passing is the best possible gift you can give to your terminally ill or suffering companion.
Our process always starts with a phone consultation with an experienced veterinary professional to help answer all your questions and walk you through the process. When you’re ready, a compassionate veterinarian team will perform the euthanasia procedure inside your own home. We’ll also help you determine exactly what you’d like to do with your pet’s remains. There are several options available to you.
At goodcat, we’re all pet owners, too. We’ve all experienced the loss of a pet and understand how overwhelming and emotional this time can be. When you’re ready, our team is happy to provide you with a completely free consultation at (661) 214-3002.
Making the right decision for your pet can be very challenging. Our caring team is here to help guide you and to answer all of your questions during this difficult time.
We carefully prescribe a plan of action based on your pet’s specific needs, tailoring medications to ensure a peaceful, painless experience for your pet.
We want you to have as much information as possible so you feel confident and prepared to make the best decision possible for your pet.
The comfort of your pet is the number one priority of our team. In-home euthanasia is designed specifically to be practically painless for your pet so they can have a peaceful, dignified goodbye. Administration of the euthanasia medication itself is completely painless and only a very small number of pets feel any pain during the sedation process. Your pet will not be aware of what is happening.
We rely on experienced vets who specialize in geriatric & end-of-life care to help you decide if it is time to make this difficult decision. goodcat vets are incredible professionals who have personally experienced pet-loss themselves. They understand your concerns and will never make you feel judged or rushed. Call us at (661) 214-3002 for a consultation.