What To Expect

Home is Where the Cat Is

New Patients

Appointments are conducted in the patient’s home or on our mobile clinic. We look forward to visiting your home to meet you and your pet(s), and in doing so, providing a convenient way for your pet(s) to receive veterinary care while decreasing the time commitment and stress level often associated with traveling to a veterinary clinic.


We understand that saying goodbye to your beloved pet is a very challenging and emotional decision. We are here to help you more comfortably make this decision by consulting with you and evaluating your pet’s quality of life to determine the best course of action.

When the time has come, our goal is make your special pet’s passing peaceful and painless. We accommodate the needs of both you and your pet in determining where to perform the procedure. We advise performing the procedure wherever your pet is most comfortable, whether that’s a favorite bed, a favorite spot in the yard, a warm spot in the sunshine, or another place in the home your pet frequented. Family and friends are welcome to gather around the pet.

To promote relaxation, we first sedate the pet. We select the appropriate tranquilizer(s) based on the individual pet. The tranquilizer(s) is(are) typically given in the muscle and the full effects are appreciated after about 10-20 minutes. Once the pet is relaxed, an intravenous catheter is placed and the euthanasia solution is administered.

We provide complete aftercare services, which give you the option to have your pet cremated. Specific packages are available based on your preferences.

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