Saying goodbye to our pets is never easy. ReadiVet removes the burden of transporting your pet to a clinic by providing euthanasia services where your pet is most comfortable – in their home, their bed, and surrounded by their people that love them most.
Our veterinarians will respectfully and painlessly allow your pet to pass over the rainbow bridge.
Quality of Life & Hospice Care
It can often be difficult to determine if our pet is ready to pass on. If you are unsure about making this decision, ReadiVet offers Quality of Life & Hospice Care. We will provide support, pain management, hospice care, and euthanasia services when the time comes. Our veterinarians will be by your side every step of the way.
The environment in which you spend your last moments with your beloved pet are important. Our veterinary team has witnessed a significant decrease in the stress levels of both pets and their owners when providing in-home euthanasia versus in-clinic euthanasia. Our pets are family and they feel their safest when at home with their people.
Upon our arrival, we will administer a small painless injection which will sedate them. Once they are sedated, we will then give them a second injection to help them peacefully cross the rainbow bridge. Our veterinary team will step out to give you as much time as needed to spend with your pet. When you are ready, we will take them with us as we leave and handle the cremation process for you.
Pet Cremation Services
ReadiVet partners with local, trusted cremation services and handles the entire process on your behalf. You have the option of private or communal cremation.
When you choose private cremation, your pet will be the only pet in the cremation chamber during the cremation process. You can rest assured that you will receive only your pet’s cremated remains. If private cremation is chosen, your pet’s ashes are returned to us in 1-2 weeks. Once we receive them, we will contact you and arrange a time to deliver them to you.
With communal cremation, no cremated remains will be returned to you. Instead, your pet will be gently placed in the crematory together with other pets. These combined ashes are then placed in a Garden of Remembrance.