Veterinary ServicesPet Hospice and Euthanasia

Saying goodbye to a beloved pet is one of the most challenging decisions a pet owner will face. 

Pet Hospice and Euthanasia in Berkeley, CA

At Campus Veterinary Clinic in Berkeley, CA, we offer compassionate and supportive pet hospice euthanasia services to help you and your pet through this challenging time.

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Understanding Pet Euthanasia

Pet euthanasia, also known as “putting to sleep,” is a humane way to end a pet’s suffering when they are terminally ill or experiencing significant pain or discomfort. Our caring veterinary team understands the emotional impact of this decision and is here to provide support and guidance every step of the way.

Through compassionate care and empathy, our team offers pet euthanasia services to ensure a peaceful and dignified farewell for your furry friend.

How to Know When It’s Time

Deciding when to say goodbye to your pet is a deeply personal and emotional decision. Every pet and situation is different.

Some signs may indicate it’s time to consider euthanasia:

  • Chronic Pain: If your pet is experiencing chronic pain that cannot be managed effectively with medication or other treatments.
  • Loss of Quality of Life: If your pet can no longer enjoy the activities they once loved, such as playing or going for walks.
  • Loss of Appetite: If your pet has lost interest in food and is no longer eating or drinking.
  • Difficulty Breathing: If your pet struggles to breathe, it may be a sign of a serious health issue.
  • Incontinence: If your pet cannot control their bladder or bowels, causing them distress.
  • Lethargy: If your pet is constantly tired and lacks interest in their surroundings.

If you are unsure whether it’s time to consider euthanasia, our veterinarians can provide guidance and support to help you make the best decision for your pet.

Losing a beloved pet is never easy, and the decision to say goodbye can be one of the most difficult you’ll ever make, but our compassionate team at Campus Veterinary Clinic is here to support you every step of the way. Contact us today to learn more about our pet euthanasia services and how we can help you through this difficult time.