When it's time to say that last goodbye...
Quality of Life Exams
It is not always easy to understand if it is time to say that last goodbye. We can help. Peaceful Passing can answer all your questions and help you decide if in-home euthanasia is the right choice for your pet.
With today's advances in pet care, many of our beloved pets are living well into their senior years. With these years come many challenges. From osteoarthritis to degenerative diseases and terminal illness, Peaceful Passing can work with you and your family to create the best possible quality of life for you and your beloved pet.
The last and final gift of love.
There is no better place than the warmth and familiar surroundings of your pet's own home. Not only is it less stressful on your pet, it also allows you as the pet parent to have the privacy you need to cope with the decision of having to say goodbye for the last time.
Peaceful Passing knows how difficult this decision can be and will ensure that your beloved pet is cared for with respect and dignity.
If your pet has already passed, we can help. Peaceful Passing offers pick up and transportation services for individual and communal cremation of your beloved pet.
Euthanasia & Hospice Care
Comfort Room Euthanasia
This is a great option for pet parents who do not wish to have their pet euthanized in a veterinary clinic but also do not wish to have it done at their home. Appointments are required.
In-Office Euthanasia (Comfort Room- located within our business office)
Quality of Life Exam
Clay Paw Print
No Travel Fee
Does NOT include cremation
Peaceful Passing offers support and care for pets who have an incurable disease or are at the natural end of their life. By incorporating palliative care (pain management, optimizing nutrition, assisting with mobility), our doctors and staff will help you and your pet live life as fully as possible until it is time to say goodbye.
It is not always clear if humane euthanasia is the right choice for your pet or if medical management and hospice care is more appropriate. Our doctors will take the time to carefully consult with you, addressing your concerns and help you and your family create the best possible care for your pet. And if humane euthanasia is decided, our doctors and staff will do our very best to make the process as peaceful as possible.
Pets up to 30 lbs - $170
Pets 31-45 lbs - $190
Pets 46-75 lbs - $200
Pets 76-100 lbs $220
Pets 101+ lbs - $250
No Remains Returned– Your pet is cremated alongside other pets and ashes are not saved or returned to you.
Individual Cremation Options
Brass Paws Urn
Pets up to 30 lbs - $310
Pets 31-45 lbs - $330
Pets 46-75 lbs - $345
Pets 76-100 lbs $365
Pets 101+ lbs - $400
Your pet is cremated individually and ashes are returned back to you in this beautifully crafted urn with brass paw prints.
Slate Vase With Silver Paws Urn
Pets up to 30 lbs - $365
Pets 31-45 lbs - $390
Pets 46-75 lbs - $405
Pets 76-100 lbs - $415
Pets 101+ lbs - $440
Your pet is cremated individually and ashes are returned back to you in this beautiful Slate Vase with Silver Paws.
Taxes are not included in prices.
Large Breed Pets- for dogs over 100 lbs, there may be additional handling fees. Special urn ordering may be required. Please call for pricing.
Travels fee may be added for distances greater than 20 miles.
Ashes Returned- Ashes are generally returned in 7-10 days business days. For pets larger than 100lbs, special urn ordering may be required and additional time may be required for return.
Pricing and Urn Selections are subject to change based on availability.
Special Order Urns - available upon request.
Engraving - Available for an additional cost with select urns.