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Delivering the best veterinary healthcare experience for pets, pet parents, and our care providers

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About Pawz at Peace

Our founders envisioned a new, pet-centric veterinary care model where furry patients are treated in their homes. We have been able to do this by empowering our teams to do their best work and provide the highest quality of care.

Our values are at the heart of our work with pets and their humans.

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Pricing & Services Offered


Up to 2 LBS


2.1-20 LBS


20.1-55 LBS


55.1-85 LBS


85.1-115 LBS


Over 115 LBS


In Home Euthanasia*

Removal & Transportation

Private Cremation**


All pricing listed above applies during our regular business hours of Monday – Friday 9 AM – 5 PM. After business hours add $200. Additional travel costs may apply. Read Our Cancellation Policy.

*An attending Veterinarian will be assigned at the time of your in-home euthanasia appointment.

**Cremation by Beloved Companions, LLC Dignity Package

Schedule a Home Visit

If you’ve decided the time has come to move forward with humane euthanasia, you can schedule a home visit online by filling out the form below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does euthanasia hurt or cause pain?

The euthanasia process is almost completely painless. The first step is sedation to ease your pet into a calm and pain-free state. Euthanasia is often referred to as “putting a pet to sleep” as the process is similar to your pet falling into a deep and peaceful sleep.

Why is in-home euthanasia better than at an animal hospital?

In-home euthanasia allows your pet to stay in the comfort and familiarity of home, surrounded by family and even other pets. When our compassionate veterinary team comes to you, there is no stress associated with driving to the vet clinic, either for you or your pet. Humane euthanasia at home allows you to take your time saying goodbye to your pet and can be customized according to your wishes and comfort level.

Where is the best place to perform in-home euthanasia?

The best place to perform in-home euthanasia is a familiar setting where your pet feels the most comfortable. Options might include one of your pet’s favorite spots – their bed, on the couch, or even outside if temperatures are above 50 and it’s not raining. In-home pet euthanasia at home allows you to make this decision for your pet.

How long does in-home euthanasia take?

The euthanasia process usually takes approximately 30-45 minutes. Your veterinarian will be there to support and comfort you and your pet during your pet’s peaceful transition.

How do I know if it’s time?

Every pet is different, but generally, if your pet is unable to get around freely, is having difficulty breathing, or is in chronic pain or distress, it might be time to consider palliative (hospice) care or humane euthanasia. Our veterinarians can help you make the best plan for your pet companion.

Do you take my pet with you after they pass?

It is up to you if you want to keep your pet with you after the procedure. If you choose cremation, we will bring your pet with us, or a crematorium representative may assist with transportation. If you choose a communal cremation, your pet’s ashes will not be returned to you. If you choose private cremation, you can make arrangements to pick up your pet’s cremains.

Can I stay with my pet during in-home euthanasia?

Yes, we encourage you as well as other family members to stay with your pet during the in-home euthanasia process. Your veterinarian will let you know what to expect during the entire procedure and will make sure you feel comfortable moving forward with each step.

How does in-home pet euthanasia work?

The process involves sedation to ensure comfort, followed by a medication that stops the heart.

We understand that your pet is a loved member of your family

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