In-Home Euthanasia : Wisconsin
Area serviced: PetLossAtHome.com is a nationwide home euthanasia service with availability in most major cities nationwide.
Karen Twyning, DVM
Pet Loss At Home has service areas nationwide. Several compassionate veterinarians on call 8 a.m. – 8 p.m., seven days a week.
Area serviced: Green Bay, Wisconsin area and communities nearby to the north
Kate Carlson, DVM
Circle of Life for Pets LLC provides gentle home euthanasia and quality of life consultations for dog and cat companion animals in the greater Green Bay area. Please see our website for fees and further information. Feel free to contact us via phone, or you may type your information in on the contact page of the website. The comfort and needs of your furry friend are of utmost importance.
Area serviced: Madison and southern Wisconsin, including Dane, Columbia, Dodge, Green, Iowa, Jefferson, Rock, Sauk, Walworth and Waukesha counties
Kristi Arnquist, DVM
Our mission is to serve pets with life-limiting conditions and the families who love them. Homeward Bound provides in-home pet hospice and euthanasia services for small animal companions. As members of the family, we believe that pets deserve comfort and the company of loved ones during this transition and that the family needs to feel at peace with their decisions. We help educate, guide and support you, and provide end of life options in accordance with your wishes.
Area serviced: Madison, Milwaukee, and Southern Wisconsin
Carrie Donahue, DVM
I provide end-of-life care, including hospice and euthanasia services for small animals in Southern Wisconsin. I work with a cremation service and also provide burial sites and support home burial. I make a clay paw print for every pet. It is an honor for me to be able to help animals transition from this life to the next, and I am there to support owners every step of the way.
Area serviced: Wisconsin: Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha Counties. Illinois: Lake County
Brian Glaeser, DVM
Dr. Glaeser is available seven days a week for affordable home euthanasia of dogs and cats. Please see the website for fees and other helpful information.
Area serviced: One-hour radius of Madison
Katie Hilst, DVM with Journeys Home Pet Euthanasia LLC
Dr. Katie Hilst, author of JOURNEYS Quality of Life Scale, provides experienced, compassionate in-home euthanasia for pet owners that desire a peaceful parting for their pet. Cremation is available. Phone consultations welcome. She is available 7 days a week.
Area serviced: Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Walworth, and Sheboygan counties
Monica Innis, DVM
Dr Inniss provides end of life care, (hospice and euthanasia ) for dogs and cats in the comfort of your home. She will be there for your family during this difficult time of transition. We will take care of transporting your pet to a local crematory for communal or private cremation. Call or email us for additional information.
Area serviced: Fox Valley and Surrounding Counties: Oshkosh, Appleton, Fond du Lac, Princeton, Neenah, Menasha, Milwaukee, Slinger, Markesan, Green Lake, Ripon, Omro, Van Dyne, Lomira, Green Bay, etc.
Dr. Christina Lehner, DVM
1028 Grove Street
Creature Comfort Clinic LLC was founded by a desire to make saying goodbye to your pet as comfortable and peaceful as possible. Dr. Christina provides in home pet euthanasia and home hospice care. Small animal (dogs and cats), as well as pocket pets are accomodated for this service. Please contact Dr. Christina via email or phone for more information. I truly care about you and your pet!
Area serviced: Southeast Wisconsin
Barbara Rossi, DVM
Gentle in-home euthanasia is provided for dogs, cats and small pets. Regular hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 12:00 noon. After-hours service is available for an additional charge. Cremation services are by local Pet Lawn Cemetery, and transportation there is provided. Fees are available on request.
Area serviced: Southeastern Wisconsin, will travel within 200 miles of Milwaukee for euthanasia services
Dr. Kristen Rowe with Pet Lawn Inc.
End-of-life care including in-home euthanasia, cremation and burial at Pet Lawn Cemetery. Pet cemetery open to public 9:00 am to sunset. All communal cremations are buried or scattered at grounds.