Compassionate At-Home Pet Euthanasia
In the comfort of your home or garden, the Veterinarian will provide that sacred space for in-home pet euthanasia and to make this final part of your animal’s journey as peaceful as possible. You will be guided every step of the way by the calming presence of our compassionate veterinarian, in a safe, loving and comfortable way. We also offer euthanasia for small animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs and farm animals such as goats and pigs.
$300 (travel fee applies) afterhours appointments/call for pricing
Pet Euthanasia: How Will I Know?
We wish we could say there is an easy way to find out if at home pet euthanasia is the right choice for your pet, but it’s not that straight-forward. Some will say when the bad days outweigh the good, but that can be difficult to quantify if we measure quality of old age and dying with quality of living.
We offer at home consultations/ quality of life assessments to see how your pet is doing and a review of records. During this consultation our veterinarian will do an exam and will go over their findings in the most compassionate yet truthful way. Assessments educate and education is empowering and paves the way for important decisions moving forward. Euthanasia might be suggested. A great resource for animal hospice and education is International Association for Animal Hospice and Palliative Care.
Some parents are looking for more information on a natural death, without euthanasia, which is also an option. We offer education on the natural death process and guidance on the stages of dying. It is good to know that dying does not cause pain, however determining if this is the right path for you and your beloved animal takes support and we offer that. A home consultation is required, whereby the entire family is requested to attend. A great resource for animal hospice, palliative care and understanding the animal dying experience is BrightHaven Animal Sanctuary.
Going within and seeking guidance can also be supportive. Travelling the path of least regrets can be a challenge, but it is possible with professional and compassionate support.