Caring for a beloved pet in their final days is both a challenge and an opportunity for expressing love and compassion for your animal friend. Our goal is to make your pets life as happy, comfortable, and fulfilling for as long as possible. When we can no longer do that, and your pet is having more bad days than good, we can give them the gift of euthanasia. This final act of kindness allows your pet to die peacefully in the comfort of their home, surrounded by their loved ones, in their sleep. We can also help with hospice supported natural death, which will ensure that your pet does not suffer while they die on their own.
If you choose euthanasia for your pet, we work with you so that we understand your personal needs and preferences. We’ll also inform you of what to expect during the process. We always choose to honor and protect the special bond between a pet and their human family. We can assist you in preforming a ceremony for celebrating and memorializing your pet’s life and passing, or, we can quietly and humanely euthanize your pet with simple dignity and peace, with little fanfare. The choice is yours to make your friend’s dying moments as comfortable for the entire family as possible.
Euthanasia can be performed inside your home or outdoors at a site of your choice. First we’ll administer an injection of a combination of drugs that will provide sedation, pain and anxiety relief, and muscle relaxation so your pet will feel peace. The final injection is administered only when you are ready to say goodbye, and your beloved pet is surrounded by love.
This final time together can be a time of reflection, and a time for a celebration of a life well lived. We’re here to help support you in marking this most important moment in whatever manner you choose for you and your pet.
1-2 hours includes travel to your home, gentle pre-sedation, and euthanasia $399
Private: up to 100 lb, includes personal return of ashes in most cases $250-$325
Communal Cremation: up to 100 lb, ashes not returned $125-$175