Dog Euthanasia At Home
To euthanise a pet is often a very difficult decision and should be discussed with the veterinarian and family members. Having the procedure done in the comfort of your own home will definitely be less traumatic on the pet as well as the family members. We understand how stressful trips to the Vet can often be for owners and their pets, especially when it comes to the sad time of saying goodbye to our furry friends. Our Mobile Vet service was designed to solve this problem by offering pet owners the dog euthanasia at home.
Looking for dog euthanasia at home? Our mobile vet service comes to your door and during the coronavirus outbreak, you can leave your pet in a cage or secured near the front of your property. No matter where you live in Brisbane our mobile team of veterinarians is available to help. Our consult fee starts from just $79.50.
When you need a Mobile Vet for dog euthanasia you can rely on us to arrive on time and with everything we need to give your dog the best care in the comfort of their own home. Mobile vet care is about accessibility and trust. And we’ve been investing in research and hiring the best people in the industry for the last 10-15 years.
How Does THCV Work?
The House Call Vet is a modern practice that combines traditional veterinary clinics with an advanced house call service. With our fleet of house call vehicles and network of veterinary hospitals, we offer dog euthanasia at home to pet owners across Brisbane and beyond.
Our mobile units are equipped with the latest technology, used by a team passionate about veterinary care.
Our state-of-the-art veterinary clinics act as our regional ‘hospitals’, providing comprehensive facilities where pets can be taken when they require in-clinic care such as surgeries, x-rays or dental procedures.
No matter what level of care your pets needs, we can be there for you and your pet.
Our Euthanasia Services:
Our dog euthanasia services include:
- A discussion with you about your concerns, thoughts, or questions surrounding euthanasia.
- Mild sedation to help ease any discomfort; you deserve one last memory of your pet calm and comfortable.
- Euthanasia, the final gift.
- Notification to your family veterinarian of your pet’s passing; a professional courtesy so they can update their records.
When you call the House Call Vet you can know that we bring with us the full weight of all modern science and the latest developments in veterinary care.
Dog Euthanasia At Home
The procedure will be explained once the veterinarian arrives, according to your interest level and comfort. Feel free to ask questions if needed. Everything will be done at the pace you and your pet dictate.
The actual procedure is quite simple and peaceful: except under extreme or emergent circumstances a sedation injection is given to ensure your pet is comfortable. Once you and your pet are ready, the final euthanasia medication is given, usually in a vein. It works very rapidly, only seconds in most cases. The veterinarian will then confirm that your pet has passed on.
After, you may continue to spend as much time as you need.
Why Choose Euthanasia At Home
Deciding whether to choose at-home dog euthanasia? The decision to euthanize a beloved pet is one of the most heart wrenching decisions pet lovers have to make.
Every pet family with an ill, ageing pet hopes their pet will die peacefully asleep curled up in their bed. I am also certain pets rarely die peacefully in their sleep, forcing most pet families to make a decision to euthanize their favourite fur baby.
Not only do they have to decide when, but also where. I frequently talk with pet families about the pros and cons of home
If you need to call on us for emergency veterinary care, we are available from 7 am until midnight. Our mobile vet service is ready anywhere in the Brisbane area.
At home dog euthanasia offers an array of advantages to help make this sad time easier: