Treating your loved one as our own.

Our Services

We offer a range of services to ensure the most comfortable experience possible for you and your pet.

In-Home Euthanasia

You and your beloved pet can be in the comfort of home in your favorite spot. No need to move to the car to travel to the hospital. No needless stress or anxiety for anyone. We will arrive and spend some time greeting family members while also giving your pet a chance to feel comfortable with us.

You can cuddle or hold your dear pet and even feed a treat while we administer a small injection for comfort. The injection is given under the skin or in the muscle and will help your pet feel relaxed and comfortable in minutes. The injection is a combination of pain, sedation, and anesthetic medication. Once your loved one is totally relaxed, we will place a small IV catheter to give the last medication that will gently allow your pet to pass away. We will offer you some time and privacy, and if you choose, we can provide aftercare services and transportation.


We can help transport your pet for aftercare services, including burial or cremation. Please let us know when you book your appointment if we should plan on helping with transport and aftercare. We may ask that someone in the home be available at the conclusion of our appointment to help us transfer your pet to our vehicle.

Aftercare Services

We offer private or communal cremation options for aftercare as well as burial, aquamation, donation to science, or other special requests. Your pet will be transported with dignity to our local partner facility and treated with the utmost care. We will arrange delivery of the memorial items to you by post with tracking and signature required. Or, if you prefer, we can arrange delivery of the items to you by hand or you may pick up the items in person. Our standard private cremation includes a ceramic paw print, fur clipping, an engraved memorial urn, and shipping.

Quality-of-Life Assessments at Home

How do you know when it’s time? Sometimes it’s in his eyes. Sometimes it’s because she can no longer walk, sometimes it’s because he stopped eating. There are many circumstances that can lead a pet owner to wonder when is the best time to say goodbye. This is a highly personal decision that depends on each pet, each disease, and each home. We can help you assess and understand these variables so that you can feel as comfortable as possible and be assured that your pet will not suffer. We will review your pet’s medical records and go over quality-of-life and pain scales. We can consider options for pain management and comfort. If desired and appropriate, we can dispense a comfort kit (injectable pain and sedation medications for an additional fee) so that your dear one will be in a peaceful place when the time comes.