End of Life Services: Cat and Dog Euthanasia in Greensboro, NC

At Happy Tails, we understand that the decision to euthanize a beloved pet is a difficult one, especially at times when the pet’s regular vet isn’t open. Rest assured that if your family needs us, we are here on nights and weekends to help you through this experience. We provide cat and dog euthanasia services with complete regard for your pet’s well-being, and your family’s as well.

Call (336) 288-2688 if you have any questions or concerns about your pet.

The 5 Freedoms of Animal Welfare

Our staff understands how much your pet means to you. We’ll guide you along to help you make the best decision for their needs, while taking into consideration the “5 freedoms” of animal welfare:

  • Freedom from hunger and thirst
  • Freedom from physical and thermal discomfort
  • Freedom from pain, injury and disease
  • Freedom from fear and distress
  • Freedom to express normal behavior

Furthermore, we approach this discussion by not only assessing your pet’s condition, but also by taking into account your personal financial, moral, religious, cultural, physical, mental, and emotional factors.

Helping You Make the Best Choices for Your Pet

Our aim is to allow our clients to make informed choices based on all known options, all while supporting them in their decision to pursue humane euthanasia, further diagnostics, or therapeutic or palliative care. If you choose to euthanize, we will explain the procedure and all possible aftercare options, and provide you with a quiet, private space where you can spend time with your companion.

To further aid our clients and patients when the end-of-life discussion arises, our staff receives continuing education in grief management, pet loss support, bereavement outlets, and compassion fatigue. This enables our team to offer greater support to our community and to our patients in their time of need.

Patient Tippy Wyatt Getting Nuzzled On Neck
Courtney Kissing Patient Bentley

Resources for Pet Loss Support

Below, you’ll find our recommended hotlines and online resources for dealing with pet loss and grief. You can also call us at (336) 288-2688 if you have any questions.