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    Faithful Companions Pet Cremation Service LLC.
    It went well....it was a pretty stressful time and they worked well with us. The transport fee back was a little high, but it was the best we could work out....that is not included in the price I listed. Overall, it went as well as it could...
    - sherry h.
  • A
    Heart's Ease Veterinary Hospice
    I had heard of Dr. Courtney Bennett from a friend who had called on her when their dog was sick and needed to be put down.  Knowing this friend had been very pleased with the way Dr. B. handled everything, I referred her to my daughter when they had the same need for their old dog.  Again, everything was handled perfectly. I knew one day I would be contacting Dr. B. due to the age of our dog and decide to reach out via email and tell her who we were and about our dog, Max.  She was prompt in replying and said she was there if we ever needed her and to contact her if we felt she needed to come assess his needs. A few weeks later, she came to our home ~ pockets full of dog treats ~ and during a two hour visit was able to diagnose his condition, gave us tips on things to watch for and did a full physical on him.  This visit was not only for him, but for us in learning to deal with the present and prepare for the future. Just a few weeks later and after Max's health seemed on a rapid decline, we decided to schedule a time for her to come.  While it might sound callus to 'schedule' having a dog put down, we did this in order to have some control over the situation and we are very happy we chose this means.  For us to wait until he was worse put him and us at risk that he might suddenly be in pain, be unable to walk at all, who knows.  It also allowed us to clear our day of work, appointments, etc. and be fully present for him instead of risking that he might have a health crisis when we were gone or during the night. When May 5th came, we got up early, fixed breakfast and Max got bacon and eggs ~ something he usually couldn't tolerate due to food allergies.  He loved it !  When Dr. Bennett arrived with her aid, Max was overjoyed to see this person who carries pockets full of treats and wouldn't leave her side.  When we decided it was time, we spread a blanket out under the trees and while he was busy stealing bites of cheese from me, she gently injected him with a sedative. He didn't feel a thing. Within 3-4 minutes, he went from 'all about the cheese' to 'I think I'll curl up here and take a nap."  There was no staggering, drugged look about him. He just looked like a very content dog with a belly full of food and loving pats all around.  He was soon sound asleep and snoring loudly.  Again, this eased the transition as he did not look drugged ~ just peacefully napping. Dr. Bennett told us every step of the way what she was doing or about to do and always asked for our permission before moving on.  At this point she asked if we were ok with her administering the final injection.  Seeing how peaceful he was and knowing that we had made the right decision for him, she took that last step and then listened to his heart.  Within a couple of minutes she said he was gone.  All I could think of was how peaceful it was and how he had drifted off to his next life while lying in his favorite spot in the yard on a blanket in the morning sun with his family around him.  I could only wonder why we're not able to offer this to our human loved ones, because this would certainly be my choice as to how to leave this earth. We were given as much time as we wanted to say goodbye.  We wrapped him up in a sheet along with his favorite bone and stuffed bear.  Dr. B and her aid carried him to her car on a small stretcher where he was then taken to Faithful Companions Pet Cremation in Jeffersonville, IN.  As we had requested, a few days later we received his ashes back.  They arrived in a beautifully carved wooden box with a certificate, a stamp of his paw print, a clipping of his fur and a nice card from Dr. B. The final charge for Dr. Bennett to come to the house that day, the cremation and return of ashes was $400.  All in all, I can't think of a single way in which this could have been improved upon.  Dr. Bennett is kind, compassionate and delivers a much needed service in the pet community through geriatric, palliative and hospice care.
    - Ann B.
  • A
    Sims Animal Hospital
    The euthanization and cremation was done very professionally. The staff and Dr. Sims were very caring and supportive.
    - Sharon M.
  • A
    Sims Animal Hospital
    Sims Animal Hospital is my regular vet and when it was time they took care of my dog and I picked up the ashes a week or so later. I think they ship them out, but I don't know. Both of the dogs that I had cremated I was there when they euthanized them. They give you time with them and also make sure that you're ready.
    - Paula M.
  • B
    Faithful Companions Pet Cremation Service LLC.
    Staff was respectful and friendly. Most services were performed as agreed, but we did not receive the requested fur clipping from our cat.
    - Chad T.
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