In-Home Euthanasia: New Jersey Show locations
District of Columbia
Northern Marianas Islands
Newfoundland and Labrador
Area serviced: New York City, Long Island, Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange, Rockland, Bergen, Passaic, and Fairfield Counties
Dr. Nancy Allen DVM with Dr Nancy Housecall Veterinarian
New York, Connecticut, New Jersey
At-home euthanasia. Gentle, non-traumatic passing for your pet at home with family.
Dr. Gerald Buchoff, DVM
InstaVet In Home Euthanasia Service
InstaVet is the #1 Veterinary House Call service in New Jersey. Our vet partners are among the nations leading experts in compassionate veterinary medicine, providing the highest level of care in the comfort and convenience of home.
Caring for your pet’s remains is a highly personal decision. Each and every family tradition will be different and the choice is yours alone to make. We offer three after care options and a free consultation with our care specialist. Your beloved pet is handled with the utmost dignity and respect. Our compassionate care specialists are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Feel free to reach out to us at anytime. We will assist you in making the decision that is best for your pet and ultimately for your family.
Area serviced: Bergen County and parts of Passaic County
Dr. Susan Cropper with Cropper Veterinary Service
House call practice for 36 years. Housecalls done on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday and can include routine exams, vaccinations, labwork, and at-home euthanasia. Surgical/hospital proceedures done in a local hospital. Daily phone hours 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. every weekday except Wednesday; call to speak directly with doctor.
Area serviced: New York City, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx Staten Island, Long Island, Westchester, New Jersey
Dr. Aliza Fisse, DVM
InstaVet In Home Pet Euthanasia Service
InstaVet is the #1 Veterinary House Call service in the New York City metro area. Our vet partners are among the nations leading experts in pet euthanasia and hospice care, providing the highest level of compassion in the comfort and convenience of home or clinic locations.
Caring for your pet’s remains is a highly personal decision. Each and every family tradition will be different and the choice is yours alone to make. We offer private and group pet cremation options and a free consultation with our care specialist.
Your beloved pet is handled with the utmost dignity and respect. Our compassionate veterinarians are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Feel free to reach out to us at anytime for support. We will assist you in making the decision that is best for your pet and ultimately for your family.
Area serviced: Northwestern Bergen, Mid-Upper Passaic, Northeastern Morris Counties
Robert Gordon, DVM, MPH
Pet Hospice Care and In Home Euthanasia Services. Gentle, compassionate, and understanding.
Area serviced: Hunterdon, Warren, and Morris Counties
Christina Leone DVM, PhD with Peaceful Paws Mobile Hospice and Euthanasia
Northwestern New Jersey
Dr. Leone has 20 years of veterinary experience, and has now dedicated her practice to help support end-of-life care for terminally ill and elderly pets with compassion and concern for the pets and their families.
Area serviced: Central New Jersey
Diana Magee, DVM, Ph.D.
When the time comes, phone or email for further information. All fees and services are listed on our website.
Area serviced: Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and Mercer County, New Jersey
Bucks Mercer Mobile Vet
Dawn Mauro, DVM
House call veterinarian, does wellness, illness and euthanasia exams in your home. 22 years Experience with dogs and cats.
Area serviced: Southern New Jersey
Suzanna Vaino, DVM
Doorway to Heaven was founded by Dr. Suzanna Vaino, a New Jersey-licensed veterinarian with over 20 years of experience providing compassionate, professional and safe end-of-life care. We are serving dogs, cats, and other small companion animals throughout southern New Jersey. We also provide assistance with home burial or crematory arrangements. With Doorway to Heaven, you can be assured that your pet will receive sedation first prior to any other procedures, and an IV catheter will be placed, as per Dr. Vaino’s discretion.