Arizona's First Choice for Pet
dignified and fitting farewell to a loved one
can contribute to the easing of emotional trauma
for a pet owner. Since 1987, PALS has been
serving pet owners in the greater metropolitan
Phoenix area with the finest reputation for
HONESTY, INTEGRITY, QUALITY PRODUCTS, OPEN
FACILITY, THIRTEEN CHECKPOINT SYSTEM and WITNESS
From explaining the different types of
cremations to the selection of a memorial pet
urn, our caring and knowledgeable staff is here
to support, assist and inform pet owners who are
grieving the loss of a beloved
companion animal. The opportunity to pay tribute
to your beloved pet grants closure to your petís
death and is an important step in the grieving
PALS Founder and Owner
There is probably no more difficult question than whether or not to euthanize a cherished companion animal. Yet when the quality of life for your pet has deteriorated, when your pet is suffering, or when costs of tests and treatments are prohibitive, euthanasia may be the most loving and humane choice for you and your pet.
As you come to this decision itís important to discuss questions and concerns with your veterinarian. Based on this discussion and the reality of your own situation, when the time comes you will be better prepared to use your own good judgment.
How will the euthanasia be performed?
Where will the euthanasia be performed? Home or Clinic?
When will the euthanasia be performed? What is the least traumatic for you and your pet?
Should the euthanasia procedure be immediate or delayed?
What should I tell my children? They need to know the truth in terms they can understand.
Should I/we be present during the procedure? You know best what you are capable of handling.
Will it matter to my pet if Iím present? Pets feel more secure in the company of people they know, yet they do not have the same awareness of death as humans do.
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"Thank you again for your compassion and understanding during our time of loss. Wesley was an amazing dog and is still very much a part of our family. We miss him so much but we know he will live forever in our hearts. Thank you again for everything." - 6/24/14 Erin D. F. - Facebook
"Thank you for taking care of Banshee for me last week, your compassion made it easier for us at this sad time." - 5/28/14 Elly M.W. - Facebook
"They were the best, wouldn't go anywhere else." - Diane S. - April 25, 2014
"When I brought my Doberman in to your office, the young gentleman, J.T., that helped me was so caring, kind and compassionate! The "quiet room" was so nice to have the time to say goodbye to my dog. I don't have enough words to describe how much you helped me on a very difficult day. I have recommended your services to several people.
Thank you so very much,
Debbie T." - May 26, 2014
just wanted to thank
you for taking care
of Bridgette at the
end. I have come to
PALS since the
2000's for all of my
you have helped so
Bridgette L. on
March 31, 2014
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Please help us welcome Tanya to the PALS family. As our new field representative Tanya is getting to know the clinics and is doing an amazing job. Being able to be part of a team that offers guidance and reassurance to a pet parent in time of tragedy and knowing they are getting their loved one back is Tanya's favorite part about working at PALS "It's really a rewarding opportunity to give back to others".
When Tanya is not working she likes spending quality time with her beautiful wife and 2 children Madison and Rowen. In addition to her human family Tanya also has an menagerie of pets. 2 dogs Biscuitz and Enoch, a leopard gecko, box turtle 3 sulcata tortoises and 18 snakes of various species.
If you would like to send Tanya a welcome message you can email her at