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Compassionate End-of-Life Care

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As pet owners, we share a profound bond with our furry family members, and when the inevitable moment arrives, it's essential to ensure their last moments are filled with comfort, dignity, and love.

Our end-of-life veterinary services provide compassionate support for pets in their final moments and help to provide their human companions with solace in these difficult times.

End-of-life care is designed to provide comfort and support to pets and their owners when making difficult decisions. This involves working with each patient to address the specific needs of the pet and the family. Pain management can help pets with terminal illnesses and those in severe pain find relief from discomfort and distress. This can also include other hospice and palliative care to ensure your pet is as comfortable as possible in their final moments. In cases of medical necessity, pet owners may choose euthanasia to allow their pets to peacefully and painlessly pass.

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Support for Your Pet and You

End-of-life veterinary services can be tailored to the unique needs of pets and their families. At Animal Care Center, we always prioritize the health and care of your pets. At the end of their lives, we’re still there for their owners. Our Princeton location offers full private and communal cremation services. We can also offer memorials such as paw print impressions and urns.

Our end-of-life care strives to provide solace and support to both pets and their human companions during a challenging and emotionally-charged period. Our veterinarians can help you determine the best course of action for your pet's specific needs and ensure that the final moments of a pet's life are filled with love, care, and compassion.

If you have questions about our end-of-life services or would like to learn more, give us a call.