I will travel to your home to provide a peaceful sedation and passing for your pet. The sedation takes away pain and anxiety. After your pet is profoundly sedated, the euthanasia will take place. I also offer to make a complimentary clay imprint of your pet's paw.
I work with Midwest Cremation Service to provide a group cremation. Your pet will be cremated simutaneously with other pets. The ashes are not returned.
I work with Midwest Cremation Service to provide your pet with an individual partitioned cremation and you will receive your pet's ashes back. Ashes will be available for pickup in Robbinsdale within 1-2 weeks.
I work with Pets Remembered Cremation to provide your pet with a 100% private cremation and you will receive your pet's ashes back. Ashes will be available for pickup in New Brighton within 1-2 days.
About Dr. Jen Gale
Dr. Jen Gale has been working in the field of veterinary medicine for over 20 years. She worked as a veterinary technician for 10 years prior to graduating from veterinary school (UMN) in 2007. In addition to providing at home euthanasia services, Dr. Gale is also a general practitioner at a small animal clinic in Blaine. She lives in Robbinsdale with her husband, two children and "Deacon" and "Boo", two rescue Pugs.
Dr. Gale started providing in home euthanasia services in 2008 and learned right away that putting a pet down in their own home, is the kindest and gentlest way. The home setting facilitates the least pain and anxiety for the pet. The privacy at home is a relief for the grieving family.
Resources for Pet Loss
Dog Heaven (Cynthia Rylant)
The Tenth Good Thing About Barney (Judith Viorst)
Healing After Loss Daily Meditations For Working Through Grief (Martha W. Hickman)
Saying Goodbye To The Pet You Love: A Complete Resource To Help You Heal (Greene and Landis)