Pre-Planning Georgia's Most Gentle Aftercare for Your Faithful Companion
One of the most difficult things in life is losing a pet companion. When considering their loss, often our first inclination is to push the thought far from our mind. Unfortunately, this can lead to a situation where you may find yourself unprepared and unaware of your aftercare options and what to do if your pet passes suddenly. When you don't have a plan, you may find yourself with undue stress during a time when you should be grieving and remembering a beautiful life well lived. Too many of our clients have stated phrases along the lines, "I wished I would have been more prepared". Let us help honor your pet by guiding you through pre-planning arrangements. This will put your wishes on file with Heavenly Paws & your veterinarian and provide peace of mind that your beloved pet will be honored in the best way possible.
There is no financial obligation for pre-planning, but if you choose to prepay in full in one payment (more than 48 hours) before your pet passes you will recieve a 10% discount on your Aquamation service and select memorial items. We also offfer prepayment plans of 2-12 months. Moreover, prepaying for your pet's afterlife care can spare you undue financial burden during a time when many pet parents find themselves financially stressed due to costly, often unexpected, veterinary care. Some restrictions apply.
Other Topics for Consideration
- What happens to your pet if something happens to you? Do you have a chain of custody plan in place?
- When it comes time to say goodbye, have you explored helping your pet pass in a peaceful environment like Heaven Paws' comfort room or your own home?
- If euthanasia is not right for you, have you considered a home Hospice assisted natural passing?
- Do you have a support network in place?
- Do you have high quality photos to help memorialize your companion?
- Heavenly Paws recommends Heart Spot Photography and their "Best Friend Forever" session for terminal and senior companion animals
- There is also a wonderful online resource called Joy Session that provides end-of-life resources, but specializes in pairing pet parents with local photgraphers for terminal and senior pets.