Pet Cremation Service

5 Signs Your Dog is Dying

Your dog is a beloved member of the family. It is never pleasant to think about their passing, the time will inevitably come that you must say goodbye. Recognizing the signs that a dog is dying will allow you and your family to prepare and make arrangement for their final days.


Loss of Interest

A dying dog may begin to lose interest in things and people around them. It’s normal as they will experience decrease in energy levels and their brain functions begin to shut down.


Extreme Fatigue or Loss of Energy

Typically, a dying dog will lie in one place without moving around very much. This place may be a quiet corner of your home or somewhere secluded, and it may not be a spot where they usually lie.


Loss of Bladder and Bowel Control

This is because their organs begin to shut down. If your dog cannot control their bladder, be sure to practice good nursing to keep your dog as healthy as possible.


Loss of Appetite

The closer your dog is to dying, the less of an appetite they will have. Even if your dog does still consume food or water, they may experience digestive issues.


Odd Breathing

When a dog is dying, they may experience difficulty breathing. They seems to struggle to catch their breath and their breath may be uneven and shallow.

We help your furry friends to prepare for their final days.

We understand that losing a beloved pet can be a difficult and emotional experience, which is why we offer a compassionate and dignified service to honor the memory of your furry family member.

Our pet cremation service is carried out with the utmost care and respect. We use only state-of-the-art cremation equipment and our trained professionals handle each pet with the care and sensitivity that they deserve.