In-Home Euthanasia: Washington
Area serviced: Mobile practice, based out of Seattle. Serving the greater Seattle area, including King County and Northern Pierce County. Limited service to Kitsap Peninsula, Bainbridge Island and Vashon Island.
Amanda Durril, DVM
Providing compassionate in-home pet hospice and euthanasia. I make evening and weekend visits by appointment, and because the practice is limited to the care of terminally ill pets, emergency visits are usually available, including most holidays.
I can also provide a clay pawprint and can help to arrange aftercare, including delivery to the crematory and pet cemetery. For private cremations, I will return your pet’s ashes to your home by appointment; most family veterinarians will also permit me to return their patient’s ashes to their hospital for pick-up as well, allowing them to share in the final care of your pet.
Area serviced: Our primary area of coverage is from Mill Creek, South to Bellevue and East to Redmond, and on the west side of the lake, South to Lake City and West to Shoreline, but we can occasionally serve other, more outlying areas.
Hanna Ekstrom, DVM
Compassionate veterinary care in your home. We provide a full range of veterinary services from birth to end of life, including gentle at-home euthanasia for your beloved companion.
Area serviced: Oregon and Washington
Lori Gibson, DVM
13645 SW Steven Court
We are a highly experienced and dedicated team of veterinarians providing home euthanasia exclusively to dogs, cats and pocket pets in the Portland, Oregon, and Vancouver, Washington and surrounding areas. We emphasize being responsive and available 7 days a week, including late nights, and our phones are almost always answered promptly and personally by a veterinary professional. We also assist with aftercare arrangements and transport for those families that choose not to bury their pets.
Area serviced: Everett, south to I-90; Greater Eastside
Sara Render Hopkins, DVM, CVA
Mobile practice; based out of Edmonds
I provide in-home acupuncture, pet hospice and euthanasia for companion animals. Please call to discuss pricing.
Area serviced: One-hour radius of Portland, Oregon, including Washington
Dr. Lisa Kidby, DVM
Beaverton, Oregon 97006
Available 8 a.m.–8 p.m., seven days a week, within 1-3 hours notice. Our compassionate vets are specially trained by Dr. Karen Twyning, founder of Pet Loss At Home. She has 10 years of full-time home euthanasia experience and has helped thousands of families say goodbye in the comfort of home. Our vets gently handle cremation for you if needed.
Area serviced: 2 hours any direction from Seattle
Dr. Sarah Owens, DVM
We are available to help any special friend you might have, including horses, dogs, cats, farm animals, exotics and pocket pets. Farm call depends on where you are located, Euthanasia is $85 plus euthanasia solution and sedative. Please call for prices.
Area serviced: Spokane and surrounding areas
Lacey Rasmussen, DVM
We provide gentle, kind and dignified in home passings for beloved pet companions. We understand that the right time may not always be convenient. We strive to be available 24/7 for service. Please visit our website www.tranquilpassing.com for more information on pricing/fees.
Area serviced: Northwestern Oregon and Southern Washington
Deborah Rotman, DVM
As a pet owner, I understand how hard this decision is for people. As a veterinarian with 17 years of experience, I also provide FREE consultation with potential clients about:
- How to decide when is the right time for your pet to transition
- How the euthanasia process works
- How various disease processes may progress over time and
- What to look for when monitoring your pets quality of life.
I also guide people about cremation options and can make all necessary arrangements for the after care of the body. If you have further questions, please call, email or check out my website where I list my fees as well as have a testimonial page where you can read about others experiences of this process.