In-Home Euthanasia: New York
Area serviced: Onondaga, Cayuga, Cortland, parts of Oswego, Wayne, Seneca, Madison, Tompkins and Oneida counties as part of our primary radius, we do travel farther based on scheduling allowances
Annette Otis, DVM, MS
We provide in-home hospice, palliative care and euthanasia for companion animals in the Central New York area. Please see our website for more details and costs of care.
Area serviced: Greater Capital Region of New York
In the Comfort of Home
“In the Comfort of Home” is a house call pet euthanasia service with round-the-clock availability. Fees are listed on our website. Each euthanasia visit includes the first 10 miles of travel, sedation and pain control, paw print and lock of hair.
Area serviced: New York City, Long Island, Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange, Rockland, Bergen, Passaic, and Fairfield Counties
Dr Nancy Allen DVM with Dr Nancy Housecall Veterinarian
New York, Connecticut, New Jersey
At-home euthanasia. Gentle, non-traumatic passing for your pet at home with family.
Area serviced: Westchester County, New York and Fairfield County, Connecticut
Mary Craig, DVM, MBA
65 High Ridge Road, #183
Gentle Goodbye provides home visits seven days a week, with appointments available at short notice. Call for a free consultation to discuss your pet’s struggle. See our website for more information.
Area serviced: Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk County)
Daniel D’Amato, DVM
Availability and pricing for services can be found on our website, and is offered for dogs and cats.
Area serviced: New York City, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx Staten Island, Long Island, Westchester, New Jersey
Dr. Aliza Fisse, DVM
InstaVet In Home Pet Euthanasia Service
InstaVet is the #1 Veterinary House Call service in the New York City metro area. Our vet partners are among the nations leading experts in pet euthanasia and hospice care, providing the highest level of compassion in the comfort and convenience of home or clinic locations.
Caring for your pet’s remains is a highly personal decision. Each and every family tradition will be different and the choice is yours alone to make. We offer private and group pet cremation options and a free consultation with our care specialist.
Your beloved pet is handled with the utmost dignity and respect. Our compassionate veterinarians are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Feel free to reach out to us at anytime for support. We will assist you in making the decision that is best for your pet and ultimately for your family.
Area serviced: New York State; focused on Finger Lakes, Southern Tier, Syracuse and surroundings. Other areas by request.
Katherine Goldberg, DVM with Whole Animal Veterinary Geriatrics and Hospice Services, PLLC
Whole Animal is the region’s only practice exclusively dedicated to geriatric support, palliative medicine and hospice care. Dr. Goldberg provides in-home euthanasia services for new clients; her practice is distinguished by her focus on longer-term care, complex case management, and family-centered, goal-directed therapy. Whole Animal has a licensed social worker affiliated with the practice; Dr. Goldberg’s Masters of Social Work is currently in progress at Syracuse University.
Area serviced: Most of Brooklyn, parts of Manhattan and Staten Island
Linda Jacobson, DVM
We are a compassionate practice and understand the emotional dilemma when an owner has to make this important decision. I travel with an assistant so that owners have the choice of being present or not during the euthanasia procedure. Our prices are based on location and the size of the pet. Please call for more details.
Area serviced: Brooklyn
Kenneth Jaffe, DVM
We have been offering compassionate at home pet euthanasia since 1975. Euthanasia is always among the most difficult experiences in a pet owners life. We strive to make this difficult time a bearable experience. Please call (718) 373-0240 for pricing and more information.
Area serviced: Westchester and Bronx
Jana Josel, DVM
Cali’s Way offers in-home hospice care for dogs and cats, and euthanasia for dogs, cats, and pocket pets (ferrets, guinea pigs, etc).
Area serviced: New York City, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, Staten Island, New Jersey
Jonathan Leshanski, DVM
At Home Veterinary
Dr. Jonathan Leshanski founded At Home Veterinary in 1997 to provide high-quality, compassionate, veterinary care for NYC’s pets in the comfort and convenience of their own homes. Instead of dragging yourself, plus pets, and maybe family to the hospital, and waiting for an appointment, our doctors come to you – on your schedule and when you need us, be that during the day, after work, or even later in the evening. We provide a full range of medical services in the comfort of your home, keeping your pet in their safe space and eliminating their anxiety.
Dr. Leshanski understands how difficult pet loss is and what a difficult decision euthanasia is. He is here to help ease the process, and let your loved one go with kindness and compassion. He can also help with cremation or burial services.
Area serviced: Putnam, Dutchess & Westchester Counties
Dale Krier, DVM
Dr. Dale provides compassionate end-of-life care for companion animals, in the comfort and privacy of your home or yard. Let me guide you in deciding “when the time is right”. Availability 7 days a week.
Area serviced: Covering New York City area, Long Island, and Westchester
Kristie Souders, DVM
Homefront Veterinary House Calls; providing compassionate in-home euthanasia services. Cremation arrangements and transportation are provided, if needed. Like us on Facebook
Area serviced: Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk Counties)
Jaime Weiner, DVM
Huntington and Islip, New York
We understand how traumatic it can be when making the decision to euthanize. Let our veterinarians be there for you. We provide care for dogs and cats. Prices start around $300 and vary based on the size of your pet, distance traveled and aftercare choices. For more information please visit our website or call.
Area serviced: Long Island, New York (Nassau and Suffolk Counties)
Christopher Wright, DVM
Service is available throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Euthanasia fees range from $300 (cats / small dogs) to $375 (dogs over 100 lbs.). Cremation and travel distances over 20 miles are additional. Nights and weekends available. Hours by appointment.