We understand how difficult it can be to take that "last drive" to the veterinary clinic, which is why we come to you.
We understand wanting your pet's last moments to be spent in the comfort of their home, surrounded by the people they love most.
We understand how overwhelming this time can be, which is why we care for every detail, no matter how small, so your only focus is being with your pet.
Goodbyes take time.
We understand this is not an experience that can be rushed or placed on a 1-hour time frame, and because of this, we offer two-hour appointments.
Although not every family needs this amount of time, we want to ensure you never feel rushed during this delicate time together.
What can I expect?
Euthanasia is gentle and peaceful and can take place anywhere that your pet feels most comfortable, whether that be a favorite sun-filled chair, your bed, or outside.
A sedation injection will be administered, and over a period of about 5-10 minutes, your pet will gently fall asleep. Once fully sleeping, the "final" injection will be given.
The only thing that your pet will experience is feeling your love as you sit by their side, or cradle them in your arms.
Cost of Services
At-Home Euthanasia Visit
Plus $75 fee for evening and weekend appointmentsSchedule an Appointment
Due to COVID-19, we are respectfully shipping your pet's urn and paw print to your home; this is included in the cost
Includes paw print impression keepsake upon request
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Gina, Mom of Anya
"We have never experienced a process so steeped in kindness, care and time. What you wonderful people do is a gift beyond words; a ceremonial time for life and death in a world that has mostly forgotten how to pause and experience."