Veterinary Services

Pet Euthanasia & End-of-Life Services

Here at Mountain View Veterinary Health Centers, we offer compassionate end-of-life care and want to focus on the quality of your pet’s life throughout their entire lifetime.

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When Saying Goodbye Becomes a Tribute

Determining when to euthanize your pet can be very difficult, and involving your veterinarian in your decision-making process can help you to make the best choice for your pet in their time of need.

Saying goodbye to a cherished pet is a tough decision that we all hope to postpone, but when the time comes, our team at Mountain View Veterinary Health Centers is here to guide you with unwavering support. We believe the end-of-life journey should be a tribute to the unconditional love and companionship that your pet has brought into your life. Our dedicated veterinarians and staff are committed to ensuring a serene and dignified experience for your pet, making their transition as peaceful as possible.

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Pet Euthanasia - How Do I Know It’s Time?

The American Veterinary Medical Association has created a guide for pet owners that answers the most commonly asked questions regarding euthanasia.
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Euthanasia Process

When it is time to euthanize your pet, we hope to make the process go as smoothly as possible by informing you beforehand what will occur during your pet’s euthanasia. Below is a link to a document that explains our euthanasia process step-by-step.
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All Paws

We have teamed up with All Paws, a pet cremation and aftercare service center in Sandy, Utah, to provide compassionate and emotionally supportive end-of-life care, including cremation, urns and memorial products, grief support guides, pet compassion careline, and more during this transitional time. For more information, click the links below to be redirected to All Paws services.

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Body Care

We offer cremation services through All Paws. If you wish to have your pet cremated through All Paws, MVVHC will facilitate the cremation process and will inform you once the process has been completed.

Cremation is not the only option for body care services – you are welcome to bring your pet to an appropriate burial site if you prefer not to have your pet cremated. Please remember to research and follow local ordinances and laws regarding the burial of your pet.

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Memorial Products

We offer urns and other memorial products through All Paws pet memorial services.
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Grief Resources

We offer grief support guides and access to a pet compassion care line through All Paws pet aftercare services as resources for you as you grieve the loss of your pet.
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Understanding Your Feelings of Loss

The American Veterinary Medical Association has created an additional pamphlet focusing on grieving and coping after losing a pet.

In Conclusion

Mountain View Veterinary Health Centers is North Logan’s haven of compassion for pet parents facing the difficult decision of saying farewell to their cherished companions. Our focus on over-the-top euthanasia and end-of-life services is a testament to our commitment to honoring the lives and legacies of your beloved pets. Let us be the guiding light during this emotional journey, providing comfort, solace, and a fitting tribute to the unconditional love that your pet shared with you.