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Family-Centered Euthanasia

A peaceful passing in the comfort of your own home

It is never easy to say good-bye to a loved one. It is even harder, sometimes, to have to do so outside of the home in an unfamiliar environment. 

With your veterinarian's recommendation, we are able to help ease any suffering or pain of your pet in the comfort of your own home. You will be able to be there with them while they pass into the realm of peace and forever happiness.

 

Answers to your questions

Pets MUST have been seen by a primary or emergency veterinarian within the last 8 months and quality of life discussed. Medical records must be received via email prior to scheduling.

This service is to NOT replace emergency situations where a planned visit cannot be established. 

I am not able to prescribe medications or diagnose conditions. 

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How do I know when it is time?

The answer is not always as easy as we expect or hope it to be.
We can help guide you through this decision.

What is the process?

The process includes an initial intramuscular injectable sedation using a pain tranquilizer- this may sting a little and cause the pet to jump or chatter. When the pet is comfortable, we will shave one or two limbs that will be used to access the veins for the last 1-2 injections. This whole process usually takes about 30-50 minutes total.

Cremation and Burial Options, Costs

Between at-home, group and private cremation, your wishes can be fulfilled.

Ashes for private cremation services can be mailed directly to your home or for pick up at your primary veterinary's office during normal business hours. 

Payments accepted: exact cash or personal check remitted to Murphy Veterinary Services

 
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Additional Questions

Please send your information, including your pet's name, approximate age and weight, requested date to visit, and your primary veterinarian's contact information. 

Medical records must be received from your primary vet prior to scheduling. 

Email communication is the quickest form of contact as I do work in a clinical hospital during daytime hours.

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