In Home Pet Euthanasia Services (503) 489 – 8421
Compassionate Transitions in the Comfort of Your Home
We offer in home pet euthanasia services for dogs and cats that allow your beloved companion to transition in the comfort of your own home with you by their side.
Below are links to a listing of fees; a link to schedule an appointment; recent newspaper articles; as well as a link to testimonials where you can read about others experiences of this process. There is also a link to a FAQ section which explains our process step-by-step so you know what to expect .
As a veterinarian in Portland, Oregon, I have provided compassionate care for thousands of animals over the past 21 years. During this time, I’ve seen how stressful it is for pets who are ready to transition to have to come in to the veterinary clinic.
I am here to offer an alternative: coming to your home, with your pet comfortably in their own environment, and allowing them to transition with you by their side in the place that they feel the most safe, calm and relaxed for their final moments. I know how difficult it can be when your pet is ready to transition, and I am here to help. My associates and I offer services throughout Northwestern Oregon and Southern Washington, and are happy to accommodate your unique situation and needs. We will give you the information and encouragement you need to make a decision that feels right for you and your loving companion. We 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
- What to look for when monitoring your pets’ quality of life
- We also guide people about cremation options and can make all necessary arrangements for body care afterwards.
Our goal is to make this as easy on you and as peaceful for your pet as possible. As such we have also recently added the ability to completely schedule your entire euthanasia visit online, so you dont necessarily have to speak on the phone when scheduling during this emotional time. —Dr. Deborah Rotman