Can I hold my pet during the procedure?
For the first injection it is always preferred. We might need to lay down your pet for the second injection since finding a vein can be difficult if you are holding your pet.
How far in advance should I make an appointment
At least 1-2 days in advance. Same day appointments are sometimes available.
What do I do to prepare?
Decide where you want the procedure done, ideally an area where your pet feels comfortable and at peace. If your pet has a special blanket or toys you may place them in the area.
Do I need an appointment?
We service a large radius (Miami-Dade and Broward) sometimes it's hard to find a same day appointment, therefore we recommend making an appointment.
I have other pets, should they be present?
Yes, as long as the other pets are not aggressive, this should not be a problem.
How do I get the ashes back?
Ashes will be returned to your home by hand. We never mail ashes.
How long does the process take?
Appointments usually take 30 minutes.
Can I keep my pet at home?
Yes, you may keep your pet at home. You can transport your pet directly to the crematorium if you wish. Be aware that some cities have restrictions on burials.
Is my pet going to suffer?
We will administer a sedative first. This injection is given in the muscle (similar to a vaccine injection). This will be the only part of the process that your pet will feel anything, after this injection your pet will be under anesthesia and will not be aware of the euthanasia injection.