Referring to General Service:
"Thank you for the care & compasssion you showed us from the first phone call to the personal card. The deision for Kitty was the hardest I have ever had to make and I am happy that I found your serice. We would highly recommend you to anyone that has to go through the process".
Rob & Katie M. Waukesha, WI
Referring to At Pet Lawn Euthanasia Service:
"This is the place you want to take your beloved pet when you have to make that heart-breaking decision to put your pet to rest.
On June 20, 2016 my baby girl Kelly of 10 years had to be put to sleep due to Kidney Failure, my mother, myself and my other dog were invited into the room where she put Kelly on a pillow on the sofa and talked to us about the procedure. We were never rushed and we made the decision when we were ready to say sweet dreams.
Before the end of the week I received a call from Pet Lawn letting me know I can pick up my girl and bring her home.
All my needs were taken care of from start to finish. I encourage you to take the time to read their website, there are so many services they have to offer and the prices are reasonable.
Thank you again for keeping this place going. I feel at peace knowing my Kelly was very well taken care of during my difficult time and know I truly got her ashes."
Lynn G. West Allis, WI
"I needed to euthanize my very sick cat recently and, after much research and too many phone calls to local vets to count, I decided to go to Pet Lawn for a private, in-clinic procedure. I can't recommend them enough. I am SO incredibly impressed. Genuine, sincere compassion and an almost palpable desire to give pets a painless, dignified, respectful passing. I even received a handwritten sympathy card in the mail And, yes, it is affordable. Cheaper than all of the clinics I called and negligibly more than the Humane Society (definitely NOT recommended -- see below). Painless? Absolutely.
My cat was completely sedated before the final injection. It is my understanding (after all of those phone calls) that not all clinics sedate beforehand. Kitty was fully sedated and was sleeping (even snoring) peacefully in my arms when the final injection was given. She simply stopped breathing and slipped quietly away.
My mother's experience without sedation at another clinic was horrifying! Another fantastic aspect of Pet Lawn is that you are allowed to be with your pet during the entire procedure. Again due to the numerous phone calls I made, not all clinics allow this. The Humane Society doesn't allow this either. I think it's cold and cruel for a veterinary clinic or a pet-centered organization to expect you to drop off your pet and leave it waiting (for who knows how long) to be put to sleep -- scared and confused -- by a complete stranger. Your pet has given you years of loyalty and companionship. At least be there to soothe and comfort it during its last moments. Highly, highly recommended!"
Marty B. Milwaukee, WI