End of life care in the comfort of your home

After a lifetime of love and companionship, the time may be coming to say goodbye to your best friend. The option to remain at home allows your pet to cross the rainbow bridge in a comforting environment and surrounded by the love of their family. 

 

Unsure if now is the right time? You are not alone. Many pets will experience a mixture of good and bad days near the end of their life and that can make it difficult for families to know when to make a decision on their friend's behalf. 

You may find an assessment tool a useful starting point (link below). We also offer in-home quality of life evaluations and can help support your pet with hospice care when appropriate. 

  

https://vet.osu.edu/vmc/sites/default/files/import/assets/pdf/hospital/companionAnimals/HonoringtheBond/HowDoIKnowWhen.pdf

  • Travel area: Port Orchard, Bremerton, Olalla, Purdy, Belfair, Gig Harbor. 

  • Fees: 

    • House call/travel fee, sedation, euthanasia - $300-400 (distance dependent)​​​

    • House call/travel fee, quality of life assessment without euthanasia - $200-275 (distance dependent)

    • Individual cremation with ashes returned (includes urn, clay paw print and fur clipping) - $225 

    • Communal cremation without ashes returned - $75

Man embracing his old sick dog. Man saying goodbuy to his old dying dog..jpg