At Home
Dog Euthanasia

Dogs hold such a special place in lives of our clients. We know they deserve a peaceful and dignified end of life. We never want your dog to feel like they are at a doctor’s visit, so a full examination will not be performed. We will discuss their symptoms with you and reassure that the timing is right before we proceed.

COVID-19: UPDATE

We are still able to help

We will take the following precautions:

We cannot provide service if anyone in the home has a cough, fever, or has traveled within the previous 10 days.

Upon arrival, our doctor and veterinary assistant will wear masks. We will need all family members to also wear masks.

We thank you for your understanding during these challenging times.

 

At Home Euthanasia Process for Dogs

Upon arrival, we will allow your dog and your other pets to get used to us. We will take a moment to review the consent form with you and clarify your wishes for aftercare. We never want your dog to feel like they are at a doctor’s visit, so a full examination will not be performed. We will discuss their symptoms with you and reassure that the timing is right before we proceed.

The service can take place wherever you and your dog would feel the most comfortable- their bed, your bed, the sofa, the living room, etc. If they still have an appetite you can certainly offer them a special meal before we arrive. They can continue to have food or treats when we’re there.

We will give a relaxation dose first as a subcutaneous injection. Over the next 5 to 10 minutes, your dog will feel completely calm and pain free and will gently fall asleep with you by their side. Once they’re sleeping deeply, we will administer the final medication intravenously. Your dog will not feel the intravenous injection nor will they be aware that the final medicine is being given. The final medicine takes only 1 to 2 minutes but is completely painless. The veterinarian will confirm that your dog has passed using a stethoscope. We will then make the clay paw print. When you are ready, we will carry your dog to the truck with comfort and dignity using a stretcher if needed.

Pricing

When scheduling an appointment you can elect to pay online during the booking or pay later at the time of service. It’s your choice.

We accept cash, debit, credit, and Care Credit.  Care Credit is a credit service that allows you to make payments over time for pet services.

Cash

Home Euthanasia with Group Cremation

$420

  • At Home Visit with Veterinarian and Technician
  • Initial shot for pain relief and sedation
  • Time for family to comfort and be close to your pet
  • Intravenous euthanasia medicine which puts your pet to sleep in the most humane and peaceful way possible
  • A clay paw print with your pet’s name
  • After your pet has passed, we will transport your pet immediately
  • They will be cremated at All Pets Great and Small Cremation Service in Mesa
Clay Paw Print after Euthanasia

Home Euthanasia with Individual Cremation

$600

This service Includes all standard services plus individual cremation. With individual cremation your pet is cremated by themselves and your pet’s ashes are returned to your home in an urn provided by Angel Veterinary Services.

Our courier service will contact you when your pet’s ashes are ready to arrange date and time of delivery. Please allow 10-14 days. Your pet’s ashes will be returned in a cedar wood urn with a gold name plate.

Pet Cremation Ashes Box
Please note that we do offer a “no cremation” service offering. If you plan to or want to handle your own after care for your pet please call (602) 819-0655 before booking to discuss your options.

Phone

(602) 819-0655

Service Area

Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale, Peoria, Cave Creek, Queen Creek, Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler & More

Working Hours

Monday-Friday:  7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Saturday:  7:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Sunday:  7:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Mailing Address

20235 N Cave Creek Rd
#104122
Phoenix, AZ 85024

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