In-Home Euthanasia: Virginia
Area serviced: Northern Virginia. Fairfax county and parts of Loudon County
Dr. Beth Badgett with Gentle Vet Housecalls
Elder pets need special vets. In-home veterinary care including acupuncture, pain management, quality of life, hospice, and euthanasia.
Area serviced: Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Suffolk, Portsmouth, Peninsula; and NE North Carolina
Tyler Carmack, DVM
Because pets are family, Dr. Carmack formed Hampton Roads Veterinary Hospice to offer a more compassionate and personalized service to assist pet owners throughout the end-of-life process and to provide on-going support after the loss of a loved one. She provides in-home Quality of Life assessments, hospice care focused on your pet’s comfort, veterinary acupuncture, and in-home euthanasia services. Dr. Carmack has also co-founded the Hampton Roads Pet Loss Support Group to help provide additional support to pet owners during this period of grief.
Area serviced: The Greater Hampton Roads Region of Virginia
Melanie Cohen, DVM
Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice and In-Home Euthanasia provides compassionate, in-home, end-of-life care for all companion animals. Please visit our website for more information on quality of life, hospice care, pricing, and the peaceful euthanasia process. We also offer Skype or phone consultations with a board certified veterinary oncologist and certified nutritionist to help you through this time.
Area serviced: Reston, Great Falls, Vienna, Oakton, Oak Hills, Herndon; others depending on schedule
Jennifer Moulton, DVM
Fees include basic house call, euthanasia (and body care where needed). Fees are dependent on location, pet weight, and choice for body care and are discussed more specifically prior to a visit.
Area serviced: Washington, DC metro area including parts of Fairfax, Arlington, and Alexandria in Virginia, and Montgomery and Prince Georges Counties in Maryland
Clare Rathjens, DVM
Tranquility Veterinary Services will ensure your pet is as comfortable and relaxed as possible as they pass peacefully in the privacy of their home. Saying goodbye is always difficult; with Dr. Rathjens, both you and your pet are in loving, supportive hands every step of the way, without the stress of a clinic visit. Dr. Rathjens is Fear-Free certified and will pay extra attention to your loved one’s emotional well bring throughout the in-home pet euthanasia visit. Fees and aftercare options are explained online
Area serviced: Southeast Virginia
Tom Wood, DVM
I provide in home hospice and euthanasia veterinary care. If you have any specific questions feel free to call and discuss them.