A microchip, collar, and ID tag can help bring your pet home safely if he or she is lost. A microchip is a tiny computer chip, about the size of a grain of rice, that can be injected under the skin of a dog or cat. It has a unique number that can be detected by scanners routinely used by humane societies, animal control, and veterinarians. Please ask a staff member for details!
A new service we are offering are Pet ID cards. We will take a high quality photo of your pet and provide you with their very own ID card.
Thinking about your pet's final days can be a very emotionally difficult time. A pet becomes another family member and plays a significant role. There is a strong bond between pet and pet owner from years of loyal companionship and makes that time particularly hard to bear.
We encourage you to talk with your veterinarian team about these issues right away. Find out about your options including crematory services and ask us to add this information to your pet's record. Taking the time to plan will lessen the pain and stress for you and your pet, as challenging as it will be.
Each team member at the Bayshore Veterinary Hospital will do their best to help you prepare for these important issues with the compassion and sensitivity our clients deserve.
We offer at-home euthanasia on a case-by-case basis. Please speak with the staff for information about cremation services.