As the end of your pet’s life draws near our doctors and technicians will guide you through the process of hospice toward a peaceful and dignified passing for your animal companion. Sometimes a natural death is possible and other times euthanasia is needed to prevent undue suffering.
Rest assured that our end-of-life guidance and services are designed to be respectful, dignified, supportive, and tailored to meet the individual needs of your beloved pet.
Knowing when the time is right for euthanasia is not a decision that you are expected to make alone. Our caring staff is always available to discuss any physical and behavioral changes that your pet is experiencing, and we can help you decide when the time might be right. Our doctors and technicians can explain our euthanasia process to you in as much detail as you’re comfortable with. Pets under our hospice care can receive in-home euthanasia services, enabling them to pass comfortably in familiar surroundings. Our process is very peaceful, it is quiet, it is stress-free for your pet. And we do everything we can every step of the way to preserve your pet’s dignity and comfort.
Utah Pet Hospice works closely with All Paws, a pet memorial and cremation services company in Sandy, Utah. The staff at All Paws is dedicated to providing ethical care and dignity in pet cremation. As an added level of service, All Paws will arrange for transportation of large dogs.
If you would like to bury your pet in your backyard, please check your local regulations. Tiffany’s Memorial Pet Cemetery, which lies within the Ogden City Cemetery on Monroe Boulevard in Ogden, Utah, is another option for burial.
We know that saying goodbye to a beloved pet is never easy. Our doctors and technicians at Utah Pet Hospice will do whatever we can to help you during this difficult time. Contact us, we are here to listen and assist you and your pets needs.