Saying goodbye to our beloved pets can be one of the hardest decisions we may ever have to make.

They give us companionship, unconditional love, and in return depend on us to care and provide for them. Our goal is for your cat to be as happy, healthy, and comfortable as possible. Should your pet experience a reduced quality of life or suffering due to illness or trauma, you may elect to help your cat pass peacefully.

It can be difficult for some of us to know the right time to let go. Your veterinarian can help you to assess your pet’s quality of life and determine when it is time to say goodbye. Should that time come, we are here to help your cat pass in a comfortable and dignified manner.

Euthanasia can be performed at the hospital, and all family members are welcome to be present. For established patients, we also offer home euthanasia services. A doctor and a technician will come to your home so that your cat can remain in a familiar environment. We offer multiple options for care of remains, including communal and private cremation.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please call us at 208-258-2010.

Grieving the loss of your pet?

Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine Pet Loss Hotline:
http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/outreach/pet-loss-hotline

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Pet Loss Support Hotline:
http://www.vet.cornell.edu/Org/PetLoss/Resources/

Rainbow Bridge Pet Loss Grief Center
https://rainbowsbridge.com/Grief_Support_Center/Grief_Support_Home.htm