- Start at $250 Package Just the euthanasia includes drive time, home visit, sedation & euthanasia, you may keep the body for home burial or you may transport the body to the pet cremation facility yourself.
- Start at$350 Package Communal cremation includes drive time, home visit, sedation & euthanasia, and the gentle body transport for group cremation. No ashes will be saved or returned to you.
- Start at $550 Package Private cremation includes drive time, home visit, sedation & euthanasia, and gentle body transport for individual cremation, ashes are saved and returned via shipping delivery. Hand delivery can be arranged for an additional fee.
Preferred methods of payment are cash or checks.
Credit card (VISA, MasterCard) is accepted.
Many Pet Insurance companies cover euthanasia services, just have any paper-work ready for the veterinarian to complete so that you can submit it for reimbursement.
You have three options that you can choose from for your pet’s aftercare. You will find a description of each option below.
A private cremation means that your pet will be cremated all by themselves and the ashes will be returned to you in a cedar box that is personalized along with a clay paw print. It takes about two to three week for the ashes to be returned to you. It is very important that you provide us with all your contact information.
Also referred to as a group cremation. Your pet’s body will be handled with the same respect and care as in the private cremation right up to the cremation process. The Communal Cremation means that your pet will be cremated along with other pets and that the ashes will not be returned to you. You can still get a fur clipping and clay paw print upon your request. Please let us know about your desires are prior to us leaving your appointment.
Making Your Own Arrangements
You may request that your pet’s body be left with you. If you are planning on burying your pet, make sure that you inquire about the regulations of the city/town you live in: some city ordinances prohibit the burial of a pet’s body in your backyard.