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"What we have once enjoyed, we can never lose: all that we love deeply becomes a part of us" ~Helen Keller

"Our pets' lives are too short; their only fault really." -Agnes Turnbull

Losing a loved family member is undoubtedly very difficult whether it is from a chronic illness or a sudden loss. We work with you with compassion and understanding to help make appropriate end-of-life decisions. If the situation arises, and you must choose euthanasia to end suffering or for a terminal illness, we ensure that your pet departs peacefully, painlessly, and with dignity. Our euthanasia services include:


  • Compassionate support through the decision-making process

  • Special appointment times and home euthanasias by special request

  • Emotional support through the euthanasia process

  • Burial or cremation options

  • Donations to your animal charity of choice in memory of your pet

Pet Burial and Cremations


We utilize the services of Hartsdale Cemetery in Hartsdale, New York for burial and cremation. This was the first pet cemetery created in the United States in 1896 and was begun by a New York City veterinarian.


Hartsdale Pet Cemetery

75 North Central Park Ave.

Hartsdale, New York 10530

Toll Free: 800-375-5234



Grieving a Loss


Our pets provide companionship, emotional support, and unconditional love and we consider them as part of the family. So when that special relationship comes to an end, it is only natural to grieve. We have compiled a list of resources which we have found helpful in coping with the loss of a pet:


Online Resources



Pet Loss Support Hotlines (Grief Counseling)


(607) 253-3932—Staffed by Cornell University veterinary students

(215) 898-4556—Staffed by University of Pennsylvania veterinary school

(630) 325-1600—Staffed by the Chicago Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA)

(217) 244-2273(CARE) or (877) 394-2273(CARE)—Staffed by University of Illinois veterinary students

(888) 478-7574—Staffed by Johnson County Humane Society, Iowa City, Iowa

(517) 432-2696—Staffed by Michigan State University veterinary students

(508) 839-7966—Staffed by Tufts University veterinary students

(509) 335-5704—Staffed by Washington State University veterinary students

​(970) 297-1242—Staffed by the Argus Institute at Colorado State University

(877) GRIEF-10—Staffed by ASPCA

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