Rely on us when your Horse or Large Animal Passes Away
As horse, livestock, and pet owners ourselves; we understand the sensitive relationships people develop with their livestock, especially horses. Our livestock truly become members of our family. When they pass on, quick and compassionate removal is paramount. We offer offsite burial, cremation, pet cemetery burial, and necropsy transport.
How it works
Very few Equine and Livestock owners are properly equipped to handle when large loved ones die. These beloved animals need to be removed and taken care of properly to help ease this hard time. Here at Hearts & Hooves Livestock Services, we have trained employees that know exactly what to do and will remove the animal carcass in a timely and gracious manner.
Deceased Large Animals We Handle:
- Other Large Livestock
Dead Animal Pick-Up for Offsite Burial Services:
Our staff is available 24/7 to pick up your dead animal and transport it to an off-site burial location. We know that emergencies can happen and you never know when you might lose your beloved animal. The state of Colorado has very strict regulations on burial of a dead animal on your own land. CLICK HERE to read more on the guidelines for on-site burial or call us and we can help you make the best decision for your deceased animal.
Transporting your Deceased Animal to be Cremated or buried in the Pet Cemetery:
Hearts & Hooves Livestock Services works closely with local Crematories and Pet Cemeteries. We have done the work for you and will help you find the right place and the best option for your Horse or Livestock Animal. We can help you with pricing, and options. Just give us a call and we are happy to tell you everything you need to know. Once you have found the right place, we will be there to safely transport the animal to the Crematory or Pet Cemetery.
A necropsy procedure is also referred to as a post-mortem examination (PME), or autopsy of your dead Animal to determine the cause of death. It is difficult to lose an animal and can be even more difficult not knowing why they died. A necropsy can be the answers that you need for peace of mind in the loss of your loved one. Another reason for Necropsy is when the animal was insured: your insurance company may require necropsy report. Lots of Vets in Northern Colorado can perform the necropsy for you at your property, or we can come and transport your animal to CSU or other Vet Hospitals. For more information on CSU Veterinarian Lab CLICK HERE.