Veterinarian - San Diego
1540 Morena Boulevard
San Diego, CA 92110
Saying good-bye to a beloved pet can be one of the most difficult and emotional responsibilities associated with pet ownership, whether the animal dies of old age, an illness, or an accident. Pets hold a very special place in our hearts and the reality of losing a pet is always harder than anything imagined, even if you’ve been through it before.
At Morena Pet Hospital, we understand that the grief can be overwhelming and as such our compassionate veterinarians and staff are here for you and your pet to help ease the pain and make grief more bearable. We are happy to assist in answering your questions, offer reassurance about your pet’s quality of life and the options available to you and your pet, and to be a resource for further pet loss and bereavement support. We will work with you to ensure your pet is comfortable and treated with dignity and respect throughout this difficult process.
As part of our commitment to our caring and dedicated pet owners, we would like to give you the opportunity to create a virtual memorial of your pet.
A memorial is a wonderful way to honor a lost pet. Memorializing your pet on our virtual memorial page will give you the opportunity to express your feelings and thoughts and share the unconditional love of your pet with others through photos, poems, and stories. It is a place to keep the memory of your special bond with your pet alive and to be united with those who have experienced a similar loss.
If you would like to create an online tribute to your pet, we invite you to fill out the following Pet Memorial form and return it to our office staff at your convenience.
We hope you will find comfort in creating a lasting tribute in loving memory of your pet. If you have any questions or concerns in regards to making a memorial, please contact us at (619) 275-0888 or via our Contact Us page.
Finding the Support Network You Need
Our Pet Care Library features an article entitle Coping With Pet Loss that was written in order to address many of the questions you may have when dealing with the loss of a pet. It also contains information regarding euthanizing pets, grief and mourning, contact information for pet loss support groups, and a list of books/publications relating to coping with the loss of a pet.