Cat and Dog Euthanasia in Hamden

At Spring Glen Veterinary Clinic, we’re committed to delivering excellent veterinary care to pets throughout every life stage, including the final one. Letting go of a beloved pet is never easy. After all, pets are so much more than just animals; they’re loyal companions, faithful friends, and treasured family members. That’s why we want to help you and your family through the final stages of your pet’s life by offering cat and dog euthanasia in Hamden.

Our pet euthanasia services are conducted in one of our examination rooms. You and your family are welcome to stay in this room with your pet while the procedure takes place if you choose. We also provide a separate comfort area for grieving families. Remember, we’re pet owners, too, so we know how difficult this time will be, and we promise to do everything we can to make it easier for you.

Cat and Dog Euthanasia in Hamden, CT

After the Euthanasia Procedure 

Once your pet has passed on, you can choose to either have the remains cremated or buried. There are two different options available for cremation: communal cremation with other pets or individual cremation. If you opt to have your pet cremated individually, you can also have your pet’s collar or favorite toy cremated with him. Once cremation has been completed, we can return your pet’s ashes to you so you’ll always have them nearby.

If you prefer that your pet be buried instead, we recommend Hartsdale Pet Cemetery. Hartsdale has a long-standing reputation for its pet burial services and is one of the oldest pet cemeteries in the country. At Hartsdale, your pet can find a quiet and peaceful place to rest.

Contact Us for Pet Euthanasia in Hamden

If your companion is nearing the end of his life and needs help moving on, we invite you to contact us to schedule an appointment for pet euthanasia here in our Hamden animal hopsital. If you have any questions about the end-of-life services we provide, please feel free to call us at 203-248-2104. We’re here to help you during this difficult time.