End of Life

The end of life is an inevitable part of a pet’s journey, and it can be difficult and emotional time for both pet owners and their beloved pets.

We offer support and guidance during this difficult stage, from mental support resources, palliative care, euthanasia and cremation or burial services.


Euthanasia is a difficult decision that pet owners may need to make when their pet’s quality of life has significantly declined due to age, illness, or injury.

When appropriate and right for your pet we will discuss euthanasia options with yourself and ensure your pet is treated with respect and dignity.

Cremation, Burial & Memorial Services

Dealing with emotions after the loss of a pet can be stressful time.

To assist bereaving pet owners we provide cremation, burial and memorial services.

We are here to make the days following your loss easier and manageable as possible.

Please consult Heritage Hills regarding cremation, burial or memorial services.

Pet Loss Support & Mental Health

Losing a pet can be a very difficult and emotional experience. It is important to be able to talk about and manage grief after the passing of a beloved companion.

Below are links to pet loss support resource pages and discussion forums:



If you find yourself in the need to talk or in crisis the Government of Alberta has a mental health services helpline.

Please call 1-877-303-2642 (Toll-Free).