End-of-Life Care and Cat & Dog Euthanasia in Greenfield, WI

Planning end-of-life care for a beloved pet is never easy, but we can help to alleviate some of the anxiety and discomfort you’re feeling at this time. Our Greenfield, WI, urgent care vet team offers palliative care to keep pets comfortable in their final days or weeks, and we can also provide humane pet euthanasia when the time comes.

We strive to create an atmosphere of comfort and privacy for animals and their owners when they visit us for end-of-life services, and we offer a variety of cremation options so you can remember your pet however you wish.

Please get in touch with us if you have any concerns about your pet’s health and quality of life.

What to Expect

If you visit us to address your companion’s end-of-life care, we will take time to examine your pet, review their medical history, and discuss possible treatment options. Your pet’s quality of life is the most important factor in their care. Will they be able to live a pain-free life? Are they eating and drinking? Can they get up and walk around without assistance? Are they still sociable with you and your family?

We can provide palliative care to make your pet’s remaining time as comfortable as possible. However, if they have a poor prognosis and quality of life, euthanasia may be a compassionate option.

Should you and your family choose euthanasia, be assured that we will respect your wishes and give you and your pet the privacy you deserve during this difficult time. We perform all euthanasia procedures with the highest regard for your pet’s comfort and dignity, and for the comfort of you and your family.

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Cremation Options

FVUC works closely with a cremation service with a variety of options available for you to memoralize your pet.  However you choose, our team will help you to make any necessary arrangements for the care of your beloved pet.

If you have any questions about cremation and keepsake options, contact us at (262) 226-2055.