Home Euthanasia


How Is It Done?

When the time comes to say goodbye you want your pet to be calm and comfortable in a place where they feel safe and secure.

Our vet will come and spend some time with you and your pet to make sure you're comfortable. When everyone is ready, he will administer a small sedation under the skin that will allow your pet to peacefully drift off to sleep over a 5 to 10 minute period. During this time, our vet will step aside so you can privately sit with your pet and hold them as they fall to sleep. There is no time pressure so you and your family can say your final farewells at your own pace.

Once your pet is deeply asleep, our vet will administer the last injection and within a couple of minutes, your pet will pass away without pain or discomfort.

You can find out more on our frequently asked questions.

Can I Be There?

You can be with your companion throughout the entire procedure or you can leave the room at any time you wish. There is no time pressure and you will get to have as much time as you need to say your farewells.

It can be hard to pick up the phone and discuss this difficult decision so we also provide families with the option of messaging via text or email. Select whichever method makes you feel the most comfortable or use our contact form

Price List

£ No Cremation £ Cremation Options
Pet Home Visit, Sedation and Euthanasia Home Visit, Sedation and Euthanasia & Group Cremation Home Visit, Sedation and Euthanasia & Individual Cremation - ashes hand delivered A Priceless Gift
Cat 200 240 400 Some families like gifting their pet to veterinary training to help improve future pet care.
If you choose the gifting option, the home visit, sedation and euthanasia is dramatically reduced.
If you would like to know more, please ask when you contact Rob.
Small Dog
up to 10kg
200 260 400
Medium Dog
220 280 420
Large Dog
240 300 440
Extra Large Dog
40kg +
260 320 480