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Loving Hands In Home Pet Euthanasia
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Sara Swanson was a great big huge bundle of sweetness. She will be missed.
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Phantom Noll was such a lovely presence. He will be deeply missed.
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In loving memory of Jackson Jones
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In loving memory of Delilah Philan
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It is always a tough decision, but if euthanasia of your pet has to happen, then my goal is that it be as peaceful as possible, that you have options to do it with or without ceremony, children, other pets present, and you get to choose wherever in your home or on property that you feel is right. In loving memory of Sandy Bear.
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The peace that surrounds the process. Sometimes people are concerned about how the process will go. When we come out, first we give a sedative that deeply relaxes the pet over a period of 5-15 minutes, then a second injection is given in the vein. Essentially you witness your pet relaxed and then fall asleep. For more information, you can call us or check the FAQ section of our website: http://deborahrotman.com/the-faqs-of-in-home-euthanasia-deborah-rotman-soul-recovery-animal-reiki-in-home-pet-euthanasia-communication-veterinarian-portland-lake-oswego-tigard-tualatin-oregon
In loving memory of Disco.
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This dog was loved so much by her family! In loving memory of Callie Ludwick.
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Meko loved her owner so much. She transitioned peacefully at home with her human Mom close by.
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