Below are some of the comments we have received from pet owners.
We greatly appreciate any feedback you may have regarding your experience with Sweet Dreams.

*Postings are subject to review and approval.

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July 6, 2011

I could not ever thank Dr. Crowder and Jenna enough for making my hard experience of putting down my "1st child" after 14 1/2 years of companionship a wonderful one. Ashleigh was a wonderful cocker spaniel who I loved very much! I could not have imagined taking her into the vet's office in her last moments of life.

Amy Johnston
March 29, 2011

Thank you very very much for making the unbearable task of putting our sweet old Dog Becky to sleep lastnight somewhat bearable. We could feel your compassion and your ability to empathize with our pain. Our pets leave feetprints on our hearts always. Now we have the peace of mind of knowing her final moments were pain free and she has crossed that rainbow bridge.

Sweet dreams is a Godsend.
Debby Matulevicus
March 24, 2011

Thank you so very much for making the passing of our little girl, Jozie, as peaceful and as comfortable as possible.

Being able to hold her in the comfort of our home as we said our goodbyes was invaluable. Your understanding and the great care that you took with Jozie is at testament to your dedication to assist pets and thier families with a peaceful passing.
Stuart Lyle
February 1, 2011

To my sister (Donna), my husband (David), Dr. Amy Crowder (from Sweet Dreams, In-home Pet Euthanasia) and her technician (Nadine) - You were the angels last night who helped set Roc's spirit and soul free from his crippled and diseased physical body. His passing was such a beautiful, peaceful, and loving experience. As my sister said..."lots of hands could have done what Dr. Crowder and Nadine did, but not with the same amount of heart.

Our friend Marshall Choka, an incredible songwriter, singer, musician, and human being, wrote a very special song years ago, and some of those lyrics came to mind after my sister made that comment..."I hand over my heart to those eyes of blue" - their hands, their hearts, and their promise to me - the one with eyes of sadness. Believe it or not, Roc was so calm and in such a peaceful state, he snored until the second he passed. What a way to go!!! So," be patient, my angel boy, and I'll see you at the Rainbow Bridge.
Diane Leonard

Roc's Remembrance >
December 11, 2010

My Cooper passed away last year from Cancer. We adopted him from boxer rescue 10 years ago and loved him dearly. I still think about him every day. He was my precious boy. Dr Hendricks was so nice and very sincerely compassionate.

I know it has been over a year since you helped us and honestly it has taken me this long to write this because I miss him so much, but I wanted to thank you for being there for us. I really don't know what I would have done without your help. Thank you so much.

Amy Jackson
November 23, 2010

On November 7, 2010 Sweet Dreams was kind enough to come to our home and help us let go of our beloved cat, Sniper. They were extremely professional, understanding, and reassuring as my husband and I made the toughtest decision of our lives. Sniper was only 7 years old; she was my special friend and was always there for me, during good times and bad.

As difficult as the decision was to let her go, I am so thankful that Sweet Dreams was there with their personalized service. Sniper hated the vet with a passion and it makes me extremely happy to know that she was comfortable in her own home before passing over to the other side.

Sarah Mills
November 22, 2010

Yesterday, I had to make the decision that almost every pet lover dreads... having to end a beloved pet's life. My cat, Abbie, had been sick for several weeks, and after several trips to the vet, she seemed to be getting worse. Over the course of a weekend, she declined rapidly. Being 16 years old, I knew that any radical treatments to save her life would be more for my benefit than hers.

I found Sweet Dreams online, and after reading so many wonderful testimonials, I decided that helping her pass at home was the best thing for both of us. Dr. Crowder and Christine had an availability that very afternoon, and while I don't think one is ever really ready, I knew Abbie was, so I made the appointment.

They arrived promptly and were so compassionate throughout the whole ordeal. They let me take my time through the process, all the while explaining what to expect. Right after the final injection, Dr. Crowder let me know when Abbie's heart had stopped beating. She was laying on my den floor on a towel, and within seconds of her passing, the sun came out from behind clouds, came through my window and through the beveled glass on my coffee table. It cast the most brilliant rainbow on the floor next to Abbie for about about 30 seconds, and then it was gone. I commented to them that I guess that was Abbie crossing over the Rainbow Bridge. Christine said the timing of its appearance gave her chills. I guess it was Abbie's way of letting me know she was okay.

I'm so grateful such a service as Sweet Dreams exists. I highly recommend them to help you get through a painful process with professionalism and the utmost compassion.

Cheryl Totty
September 15, 2010

On September 6, Sweet Dreams came to our home to put down my 13 year old Springer Spaniel. Moab was my best friend and the only consistently positive force in my life for the last 13 years. Through every personal disaster, Moab was there to remind me that I always had him when others deserted me. To say I was heartbroken is a gross understatement. Over the last three years, Moab had also taken residence in the heart of my boyfriend, who was equally crushed by his impending death.

Dr. Hendricks and her assistant (whose name I do not recall, I'm so sorry to say) were beyond professional. They were patient and kind, and didn't rush me as I told them stories about Moab after they completed the euthanasia process.

The compassion shown to us by these two professionals rendering extremely heart-wrenching service, provided us with great comfort at a difficult time. Euthanasia was definitely the right choice to prevent my dog from experiencing additional pain. It was a relief to know that this horrible stage of his life was over and that with gentle hands, he was elevated to a better, pain\-free place.

Louise Chiffonade Brescia
August 26, 2010

On August 25, Sir Duke, a 14 year old Shepard/Chow Mix, transitioned from this life to a new one over the rainbow. Adele and Stephanie helped make this transition so much easier for him. They talked to him and loved on him as if they'd known him for such a long time; like old friends. The transition for our family was so much easier as well. Stephanie and Adele talked us through and walked with us every step of the way.

As hard as it was to let go of Duke it was harder to watch him push on just for us. Duke was my best friend, my gaurdian, my companion, my confidant. Things won't be quite the same. But the quiet, gentle homegoing, here at home, with the family and now friends by Duke's side, was bittersweet. It's never easy to let go and it was not easy for me, but the kindness shown will never be forgotten. Thank you Stephanie and Adele for being so kind and gentle and loving. Thank you for the Rainbow Bridge you gave us. The colors will remain with us forever.

Patsi Jackson
August 19, 2010

If there is a perfect way for you to help your hairy kid be put to rest and help his soul pass over, Sweet Dreams, is the answer. Words can not express ALL that they do. Dr. Crowder and her assistants, have thought of every little detail. From the beautiful paw print to the folder with helpful information to help us grieve. They are genuinely caring, warm, and very professional. They realize that the 14 wonderful, beautiful years our Sammy gave us was precious beyond words, and they treated Sammy with such respect, as well as showing respect and sympathy for us. The memories of his peaceful release they provided is priceless!

Dr Crowder, I hope you realize what a special person you are for sharing your passion to care for animals and their owners during the most difficult time of their lives. It is a very special gift you give. Your spirit is strong and bright, and it touches everyone who is in need of your service.

Teresa & Duane Oakley

Sam's Remembrance >
August 19, 2010

We were unprepared for our 14 year old Lab to suddenly let us know it was time to go. Dr. Crowder and her assistant rushed to our home on a Sunday morning and handled everything. She was so sympathetic and gentle. Even our Moose gave her a wag as she entered the room.

This has been such a difficult time, but at least we know he didn't suffer and wasn't afraid, and that we did everything we could to show him he was loved and cared for. We can't thank her enough for making Moose's passing so peaceful.

July 26, 2010

Dr Crowder and her assistant were wonderful during this hard time. They gave me as much time as I wanted to spend with my boxer, Greta. They really understood how I felt and made this experience a little less painful then taking Greta to the vet.

A few days after the in-home visit, I received a handwritten letter of condolence that meant so much. I hate that anyone would have to go through this, but their services were amazing. Thank you!

March 18, 2010

Today my baby Parker was sent to heaven. This has been a very hard time for us. Dr. Crowder and her assistant were very kind to us and to Parker. She gave us all the time we needed to say goodbye. She was very gentle with Parker and because of that I honestly believe he never at any point felt any pain. Parker will be missed so much. I just want to thank the people at sweet dreams for making a very painful experience somewhat tolerable. Having it done in our home made it a lot better for us. Thank you for doing what you do.

Helen Moore
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Taking time to Grieve
Losing a pet can be similar to losing a family member.
It is not an easy thing to experience and grieving is necessary. Everyone is different in their grieving process and I encourage families to allow everyone in the family to grieve differently.

Take time to grieve the special relationship you had with your pet. Some people spend more time with their pet than extended family members and friends, so treat the loss accordingly.

One suggestion is to plant a flowering perennial in honor of your pet. Every spring, when the plant blooms, you can be reminded of your loved pet.
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