HomeHeart Vets are here to help you through the decision-making process leading up to and during the moment of your pet passing. All pets prefer their own homes to going to the vet’s office; this is why at this important time it is so special to be able to relax and rest in their own bed surrounded by their loved ones. We give you the support and compassion to ease the heartache and let your pet go knowing they are calm and at peace.
What is included:
Phone Consultation (Call 201-243-3222 now to speak directly with one of our veterinarians)
Home visit from the veterinarian (View some of our Areas of Service here)
Sedation (Learn more about What to Expect at your appointment here)
Taking your pet with us for your choice of aftercare (Learn more about your Aftercare options here)
Informing your veterinarian of your pet’s passing
In-Home Euthanasia for Exotic Species
We understand that exotic pets have unique needs. As a mobile practice, we are positioned to provide this service and meet the needs of these pets. If you have a pet such as a rabbit, bird, guinea pig, ferret or any other small, furry or feathered friend, please contact us today. We are available to answer any questions or concerns you may have.
Benefits of choosing In-Home Pet Euthanasia:
There are many reasons why you may want to go through this process in your own home rather than at a veterinary office. Some of these are:
- Presence of family and friends: In-home pet euthanasia allows you to include any family and friends that may wish to be there for your pet or your family during this time.
- Comfort: If you are considering putting your dog or cat to sleep, this likely means that their health is at a point where any form of travel is uncomfortable. Choosing in-home pet euthanasia prevents the unnecessary stress of travel for you and your pet.
- Creating the right atmosphere: There is no place like the comfort of your own home, for you or your pet, when going through a difficult time like this.
- Privacy to grieve: In-home euthanasia allows you to take as much time as you need to grieve after your pet has passed.
We know that even with all of these things in mind, the decision to put your pet to sleep is not an easy one to make. If you have any questions about this process, please feel free to call our veterinary team at 201-243-3222, any time between 8am and 7pm. They are happy to discuss the process with you and provide you with any information that may help you – no cost to you, and no obligation. We hope that you allow us the opportunity to support your family at this difficult time.