Compassionate Care for Your Pet
It is never easy to consider euthanasia for your pet, and we’re here to support you every step of the way. We always want you to feel good about your decision to respect your pet’s life.
We value compassion at our animal hospital, and we find that it can be challenging to make critical decisions during the pet’s euthanasia process. To help with mourning, we offer the following ways to commemorate your pet’s life:
- Private cremation. In this option, your pet is cremated individually, and you’ll receive the ashes in an urn. We find that this option allows for emotional closure since you’ll be able to spread, bury, or keep the ashes to honor their memory.
- Group cremation. This option will cremate the pet in a group. Since it is a group service, ashes cannot be returned to the owner.
- Burial. If you prefer to bury your pet at home, we can support the process by providing the pet’s body after euthanasia. Please ensure that you follow your local county’s compliance rules before burial.
- City burial. This is a communal option organized by the city, where the city will take the animal for burial after euthanasia.
While these decisions are challenging, both for you and for us, please know that Lancers Square Animal Clinic is here for you and your pet.
Love these guys! We rescued a sweet little 3-legged kitty (Captain Jack) from the shelter and took him for his first doctor visit here today, and the staff was just amazing. Everyone was so friendly and treated Captain Jack like royalty. Lancers Square is now our forever vet!
- Lea A
The service, care, and professionalism is always top notch at Lancers Square. The entire staff truly cares about our pets, and we value their opinion to keep our fur babies healthy.
- Katie G
The staff and team at Lancers Square have always provided the best care for our "extended family" through the years. We truly appreciate their top quality care and personal level of service.
- Glenn S
Under extenuating circumstances, we can provide at-home euthanasias to long-term clients out of respect for their pet’s life. Since we don’t want this service to feel rushed, it can often require some advanced planning. For more information, please discuss it with your veterinarian.