As our furry family members reach advanced age or are struggling with chronic illness, pet parents often have questions regarding hospice and humane euthanasia. Dr. Burkhart and her staff are there to help with those difficult times. We offer hospice and end-of-life consultations, options for pain and anxiety relief, as well as humane euthanasia. We strive for as stress-free as possible euthanasia experience. Your pet will typically be given medications prior to euthanasia, so they will be calm and peaceful. Once they have passed, there are a few options for after-care, including private or communal cremation (with or without a paw print), or you may choose to provide burial at your home.