People love their pets and consider them members of their family. Pet owners celebrate their pets' birthdays, confide in their animals, and carry pictures of them in their wallets. So when your beloved pet passes on, it's not unusual to feel overwhelmed by the intensity of your sorrow. Animals provide companionship, acceptance, emotional support, and unconditional love. If you understand and accept this bond between humans and animals, you've already taken the first step toward coping with pet loss: knowing that it is okay to grieve when your pet has passed on.
The staff at Lange Animal Clinic understands the grief and heartache one can have when experiencing the loss of a beloved pet. As your pet faces his or her final days, our staff at Lange Animal Clinic will be here to assist you. As experienced veterinary professionals and pet owners ourselves, we understand the difficulty you are facing during this time, and we are here to help you and your pet.
We will be more than happy to discuss with you what services and treatments are right for your pet based upon his or her health needs and to offer our support in helping you understand what to expect.
Pain Management: Keeping your pet as comfortable as possible during this time is as important to his or her health as it is to your peace of mind. We offer a wide range of pain management solutions that will reduce your pet's discomfort and stress.
Euthanasia: Our veterinarians and staff will provide you with the details regarding your pet's health that will help you determine when this decision is right. Knowing your options in advance can relieve unnecessary stress on you and your pet during this time.
During these difficult situations it is often helpful to speak with someone who is compassionate and understands the significance of your loss. The Companion Animal Related Emotions Pet Loss Helpline (C.A.R.E) can provide a grieving pet owner with understanding and support during this difficult time. The staff at C.A.R.E is comprised of veterinary students who understand the importance of the bond you share with your animal friend and the emotions involved when that bond is altered.
To speak to a C.A.R.E Representative, please call (877) 394-2273 or to visit their website please click HERE