FAQs

What is in-home pet euthanasia?

In-home pet euthanasia is a service where a licensed veterinarian comes to your home to perform the euthanasia process in the comfort of your pet’s familiar surroundings.

Is in-home pet euthanasia humane?

Yes, in-home pet euthanasia is a humane way to end your pet’s suffering. The process is gentle, peaceful, and painless, and it ensures that your pet is comfortable and relaxed throughout the entire process.

How do I know if it's time to euthanise my pet?

Deciding when it’s time to euthanize your pet can be a difficult decision. Factors to consider include your pet’s quality of life, mobility, appetite, and overall behavior. It’s important to consult with your veterinarian and make the decision together.

Will my pet suffer during the process?

No, your pet will not suffer during the process. The veterinarian will administer a sedative injection under the skin or into the muscle to ensure your pet is comfortable and relaxed before administering the final injection.

Can I be present during the euthanasia process?

Yes, you can be present during the euthanasia process. We understand how difficult this process can be, and we will do everything we can to ensure that you and your pet are comfortable throughout the entire process.

What happens to my pet's remains after the euthanasia process?

You can choose to have your pet’s remains cremated or buried. We offer several options for cremation, including private and communal options. Our Cremation & Aftercare Services provide respectful and compassionate care for your pet’s remains.

How do I schedule an appointment for in-home pet euthanasia?

You can schedule an appointment by calling Dr Tammy directly on 0499 315 689. We will work with you to find a time that is convenient for you and your pet.

Rainbow Bridge Pet Euthanasia - Saying goodbye to dog

Hours

Monday - Friday
9.00am - 5.00pm

EMERGENCIES - I am available for emergency situations outside of normal business hours. Please contact me if you have an urgent concern regarding your pet's health or if you need to schedule an emergency appointment.