Compassionate Care at the End of Your Pet’s Life

Cedar Bluff Animal Clinic’s veterinarians have one goal: to help you ensure your pet has the best quality of life possible. If the time comes when your dog or cat is very sick, the bad days are becoming more frequent, and you can tell that your pet is unhappy, you may need to consider other options. Your veterinarian will help you to decide if humane pet euthanasia may be the appropriate choice.

We do everything we can to help you determine the proper timeframe for the procedure and work to ensure that the experience is as peaceful as it can be for you and your pet. You will have all the time you need to say goodbye. We will never rush you, and the choice is yours if you desire to be with your pet. Everyone at our clinic understands your need for compassion at this time of loss.

Pet Loss Support & Resources

For many of us, the loss of a beloved pet can be as difficult as a member of the family passing. Cedar Bluff Animal Clinic’s entire staff appreciates your family’s need for kindness and consideration at what many know as a challenging time of change. We sincerely hope that these pages are helpful and comforting to you.

Please feel free to call us if you would like more information.

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