Assessing Your Pet’s Quality of Life
One of the most important steps of caring for your pet in the late stages of their life is the quality-of-life assessment. Together we can sit down and talk about how your pet is doing in their day-to-day life, going over questions such as:
- Is your pet still eating and behaving normally?
- Does your pet seem to be in pain?
- Is your pet still mobile and able to move around comfortably?
- Does your pet have frequent accidents in the house/outside of their litter box?
These and other questions are especially necessary to address if you think euthanasia is a possible option for your pet. Our goal is to help you make decisions that best suit your pet’s needs; their welfare is always our priority.
Please call The Bailey Veterinary Medical Center at (520) 355-5010 if your pet is nearing the end stage of their life. We will answer all your questions and work together with you to find the best solutions for your four-legged family member.