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Cat Euthanasia

At Oakbank Animal Hospital, we understand that it can be a very difficult decision when it’s time to say goodbye to your beloved companion. For our cats, we often look at the quality of life over the quantity of life. Our veterinarians are here to guide you and help you in making this decision. We believe that relieving your cat of suffering when their quality of life is no longer enjoyable is the best thing we can do for them at the end of their lives.

When should I consider pet euthanasia?


After your cat is administered a sedative, the euthanasia solution is administered by intravenous injection. This drug works very quickly and is painless and humane for your cat. Some cat owners choose to be present during the procedure while others choose not to be present. Either choice is appropriate for you and your beloved pet. We will support and help you through this process and walk you through each stage.

Do you do house calls?


Saying goodbye to your cat in the privacy of your own home can be a very comforting experience. This is why we offer house call services for our regular patients who feel that a scheduled at-home euthanasia is the right choice for their family.

What is the cost of at home or in-hospital euthanasia?


For further details, please give us a call at 204.444.3615.

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