Do you have concerns about your companion’s
quality of life?
The team at Cheyenne Mountain Animal Hospital can assess your pet’s well-being and help you discern when it’s time to say goodbye. We can provide the compassion and care your pet deserves through dog and cat hospice care and humane euthanasia. Our knowledgeable team of veterinarians can offer recommendations about next steps for your beloved companion.
How to Know When It’s Time
If you’re concerned about your pet’s health, we recommend taking the following questionnaires from Lap of Love:
Your veterinarian can perform an assessment to evaluate your pet’s physical and mental quality of life by considering the following symptoms or behaviors:
- Not eating or drinking
- Poor mobility
- Persistent vomiting or diarrhea
- Feeling severe pain
- Uncommon accidents around the house
What to Expect with Humane Euthanasia
If you decide to move forward with the cat and dog euthanasia procedure, our team can walk you through our process. As pet lovers ourselves, we know how difficult it can be to say goodbye to your companion. Rest assured, at Cheyenne Mountain Animal Hospital in Colorado Springs, we treat every pet with the love and compassion they deserve and strive to provide the easiest experience possible given the circumstances.