District of Columbia
Northern Marianas Islands
Newfoundland and Labrador
Area serviced: Chicagoland suburbs
James Bascharon, DVM with Xpectavet
The decision to euthanize your pet is the most difficult decision a pet owner will have to make. XpectaVet can help make the entire process as easy as possible for both you and your pet. By coming to your home your pet can be in a familiar and loving place in its final moments. Saying good-bye to your long time friend should be a private and personal moment shared in the comfort of home. We want your pet to feel as peaceful as possible throughout the entire process. Many times people know that there is a special spot on the couch or a favorite corner that your their pet is the most happy. Whatever the circumstances we work with you to accommodate any special requests that can make your pet the most relaxed and at ease. We typically will give your pet a mild sedative to calm them prior to proceeding. After wards you will have as much time as you need with your pet before we transport them away for cremation or burial.
At-home pet euthanasia is the most compassionate way to say farewell to your friend. Although it is difficult to say goodbye we are here to help you through the entire process. If you are unsure if it is the right time for your friend we can help by providing a courtesy phone consultation with one of our vets to help you make the best decision possible. We also can provide hospice care for your pet to give them the best quality of life during their final days.
Area serviced: Greater Rockford Illinois
Beth Christensen, DVM
I have over 19 years of experience with in home euthanasia. Costs start at $175 for euthanasia only. Body care varies with the pets size and if it is an individual cremation or communal.
Area serviced: City of Chicago and Nearby Suburbs
Nathaniel Cook, DVM
A Living Bond provides gentle in-home care for senior and geriatric pets. Whether you pet needs wellness support, palliative care, hospice care, or end of life care, such as euthanasia, we will always treat you and your beloved animal companion with love and understanding. We also offer personalized care for senior pets in the comfort of their own home.
Area serviced: Chicago, Chicago suburbs and Fox Valley
Alicia Harris, DVM
Compassionate Heart Veterinary Care provides gentle euthanasia for cats and dogs in the comfort of home. Available every day of the week, including holidays and weekends; flexible scheduling, including early morning and evening evening availability. Respectful and dignified body care services are also available. Please visit website for pricing and additional information.
Area serviced: Chicago and Surrounding Suburbs
Juliana Lyles, DVM
Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice and In-Home Euthanasia provides compassionate, in-home, end-of-life care for all companion animals. Please visit our website for more information on quality of life, hospice care, pricing, and the peaceful euthanasia process. We also offer Skype or phone consultations with a board certified veterinary oncologist and certified nutritionist to help you through this time.
Area serviced: Cook and Lake Counties
Glen Oak Dog and Cat Hospital
Ashley Rossman, DVM
Please see our website for more information.
Area serviced: Chicago and All Chicago Suburbs
Kari Trotsky, DVM
Mobile, based out of Aurora, Illinois
Dr. Trotsky has been practicing for over 17 years and provides compassionate and pain-free at-home euthanasia, as well as hospice services. All fees for dog and cat at-home euthanasia and hospice can be found at Our Services. Available 7 days a week, and can often accommodate to short notices. Free end of life and quality of life phone or Email consultations provided. Includes claw paw print and cremation transportation, if applicable.
Area serviced: Chicago
Vanessa Yeager DVM, MPH
Saying goodbye to a pet is like saying goodbye to a family member. After all, pets ARE members of the family. Full Circle Animal Health Care knows how difficult such a time is for pet owners, which is why we offer end-of-life care services. Our goal is to make your pet as comfortable as possible as they make the transition and to give you as much peace of mind as possible during their final moments.
If you suspect that your pet has reached the last stage of their life journey, Dr. Yeager can provide counseling over the phone, so we can discuss their condition/health status and quality of life. Then, she will set an appointment to come to your home to perform a physical examination prior to administering euthanasia. She will first use gentle sedation to relax your pet, which takes about 10-15 minutes, followed by the administration of the euthanasia solution. You may choose to be present in as much or as little of the procedure as you wish.
After the euthanasia is complete, you can opt to keep your pet for a burial or have them cremated. Full Circle Animal Health Care offers both burial and cremation services, for your convenience. If you prefer to bury your pet yourself, we can provide you with a list of pet cemeteries in the area.