Saying Goodbye
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Once you’ve decided that it’s time to finally say goodbye to your pet, our veterinarian will help walk you through the process so that you know what to expect.

In Home Euthanasia means that they get to spend their final moments relaxed in their home surrounded by loved ones.

Arrival

Our doctor will meet your cat or dog and talk with you about the procedure. At this point, we’ll answer any questions you may have. Some people prefer to know as much as they can about the process, while others do better with less information. We suggest having your little companion on their favorite spot in a well-loved room. This helps ease their anxiety and provides a warm and comforting environment for their passing.

Arrival

Our doctor will meet your cat or dog and talk with you about the procedure. At this point, we’ll answer any questions you may have. Some people prefer to know as much as they can about the process, while others do better with less information. We suggest having your little companion on their favorite spot in a well-loved room. This helps ease their anxiety and provides a warm and comforting environment for their passing.


Sedation

We don’t want your pet to be in any discomfort or feel any stress during the process. The doctor will give a sedative to your pet that will put him or her into a comfortable rest before proceeding.

Sedation

We don’t want your pet to be in any discomfort or feel any stress during the process. The doctor will give a sedative to your pet that will put him or her into a comfortable rest before proceeding.


Euthanasia

After your pet is sedated, and you are ready, the doctor will administer the euthanasia solution. They’ll listen to your dog or cat’s heart and will let you know when he or she has passed. This is a peaceful, painless process for your pet.

Euthanasia

After your pet is sedated, and you are ready, the doctor will administer the euthanasia solution. They’ll listen to your dog or cat’s heart and will let you know when he or she has passed. This is a peaceful, painless process for your pet.

Fees for In-Home Euthanasia

Euthanasia Only

Small Cats and Dogs <50 lbs........ $400
Large Dogs 50-99 lbs.................. $425
Large Dogs 100-149 lbs.................. $450
Giant Dogs >150 lbs....................... $475


Euthanasia with Communal Cremation

Also referred to as “general” or “group” cremation. Communal Cremation means that your pet will be cremated along with other pets and the cremated remains will not be returned to you. The remains will be spread at sea off the local coast. For an additional $50 dollars, you have the option of receiving a custom clay paw print of your pet with communal cremation.

Small Cats and Dogs <50 lbs........ 550 
Medium Dogs 50-99 lbs............... 600

Large Dogs 100-149 lbs................ 650
Giant Dogs <150 lbs................Contact Us


Euthanasia with Partitioned (Private) Cremation

In partitioned cremation, your pet is cremated with other pets in the same cremation unit, but they are completely partitioned and separated. The cremation service has very stringent internal quality control procedures that are followed meticulously with each pet that is cremated. We return each pet in a lovely rosewood urn with a custom name tag, clay paw print of your pet, and a blooming wildflower memorial card. Remains will be hand delivered back to the owner in 2-3 weeks. If desired, please ask about urn upgrades.

Small Cats and Dogs <50 lbs........ $700 
Medium Dogs 50-99 lbs............... $800

Large Dogs 100-149 lbs................ $875 
Giant Dogs <150 lbs................ Contact Us


Euthanasia with Individual Cremation ...... Please Inquire

The euthanasia process is the same as above. In the case of individual cremation, your pet is the only one in the cremation chamber. When choosing individual versus partitioned (private), there is no difference in receiving your pets remains. The individual cremation is more costly because your pet is the only one in the large cremation chamber. Individual cremation with viewings are available to owners. Please ask for more information.

Willed Body Donation For Aftercare

 If interested, please inquire about W.A.V.E.- “Willed deceased Animals for Veterinary Education” at Western University of Health Sciences Veterinary School in Pomona, CA. This donation program is similar to human body donation for education that occurs at human medical schools. At commencement, your pet’s remains will be cremated based on your wishes of communal or private cremation (weight restrictions) at no cost to you. Please contact us if interested to find out if your pet is a candidate and to fill out additional paperwork for the school.

Additional Information:

The standard service area includes all cities in Orange County and Long Beach. Extended travel outside of these areas (Los Angeles and Inland Empire) will incur an extra $50-$150 charge. Aggressive animal charge is an extra $50. When available evenings after 6 pm is an extra 50 dlls and weekend appointments are an extra $100. We do not charge if an assistant is needed. Short notice appointments, when available, are at no extra charge as well.

Living with Love

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. A Pet’s Farewell is honored to provide in home euthanasia for pets and owners in Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, Irvine, Huntington Beach, Tustin, Long Beach, and the surrounding areas.

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(949) 375-7908
drleah@apetsfarewell.com

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