Recommended Mobile Euthanasia Vets in Atlanta, GA
Dr. Lauren Cassady and Associates, Heron’s Crossing In-Home Euthanasia
Dr. Cassady has been a general practitioner, emergency vet and practice owner. However, she feels that the one interaction where she can make the biggest difference in the lives of both pets and their families is during the final days and minutes of a pet’s life. Easing the suffering of a pet, in the comfort of their own home, helps the family feel at peace with their decision. Heron’s Crossing offers in-home euthanasia or private appointments in their home-like office in Decatur.
Dr. Lauren can be contacted by phone at (404) 334-0822.
Dr. M. G. McReynolds, Transitions Home Euthanasia
Dr. McReynolds has over 20 years of experience in veterinary medicine and surgery. After observing a great need for home euthanasia services in Metro Atlanta, she founded Transitions Home Euthanasia over 20 years ago. She assists families in all aspects of the decision-making, procedure and aftercare.
Dr. McReynolds can be reached at (678) 471-1001.
Dr. Sydney Brehm / Dr. Erin Brown, Lap of Love
Lap of Love is a network of veterinarians around the country whose goal is to empower every owner to care for their geriatric pets. Their philosophy centers around the human-animal bond and the need for that bond to be as undisturbed as possible during this most difficult time. The desire to bring this important service to families across the United States is slowly being realized as additional veterinarians begin working under the same philosophy. Lap of Love is honored to have some of the most compassionate and empathetic vets working with us.
Dr. Brehm, and Dr. Brown can be contacted by phone at (404) 519-0466
Dr. Karen Jordan, Compassionate Care Veterinary Service
Dr. Jordan is the founder and owner of Compassionate Care Veterinary Service. She practices general veterinary medicine and orthopedic surgery. As a mobile veterinarian, Dr. Jones also provides families with the opportunity to say goodbye to their pets in a comfortable, familiar environment.
Dr. Jordan can be contacted by phone at (770) 876-4144
Dr. Christi Jones, Gentle Touch Home Veterinary Care
Dr. Jones earned her degree in veterinary medicine from the University of Georgia, then went on to practice smaller animal medicine in Dunwoody. Today she works as a relief veterinarian in the Metro Atlanta and Decatur communities. Through Gentle Touch Home Veterinary Care, she provides compassionate home euthanasia services, offering pet owners peace of mind.
Dr. Jones can be contacted by phone at (770) 709-8899.
Dr. Carol Tobias, Nathans Ark Mobile Veterinarian
Dr. Carol Tobias graduated from UGA Veterinary School in 1998 and started her mobile practice in 2009. She sees domestic pets such as dogs and cats, we well as exotic pets, domestic chickens and fish/koi. Mobile services are offered throughout the Greater Atlanta area and include sick visits, emergencies, hospice care and euthanasia for pets in the comfort of their own home.
Dr. Tobias can be contacted by phone at (404) 218-2776
Recommended Mobile Euthanasia Vets in Covington, GA
Dr. Erin Brown, Brown Veterinary Service
Dr. Brown has a full-service in-home mobile veterinary clinic that serves Walton, Gwinnett, Morgan, Rockdale and Newton Counties. She brings veterinary care into the comfort of your own home for both large and small animals. Services include routine pre-purchase exams, surgical services, dentals and in-home euthanasia.
Dr. Brown can be contacted by phone a (678) 464-1712
Dr. Kristen Arp, Bay Creek Mobile Veterinary Service
Dr. Arp specializes in in-home hospice and palliative care for animals who have been diagnosed with a terminal or life limiting illness. Services also include in-home euthanasia, where the pet is most at peace, and after care. Her goal is to assist pets in the last leg of their journey by providing them with better comfort while providing their grieving humans with timely advice and support.
Dr. Arp can be contacted by phone a (678) 863-9408
Dr. Sherri Carithers, Paws & Claws Mobile Veterinary Service
As part of her mobile full-service veterinary services, Dr. Carithers offers in-home euthanasia in Newton, Rockdale and Henry Counties. She does NOT provide emergency or after-hours services.
Dr. Carithers can be contacted by phone a (404) 229-1118
Home euthanasia is an option that some families pursue for their aging or infirm pets, especially if they prefer to say goodbye in familiar surroundings and have the time to plan ahead. We at Paws, Whiskers & Wags are proud to partner with the following mobile veterinarians who specialize in and of life care and home euthanasia. Please note that these veterinarians handle their own scheduling and payment, so please contact them directly.
Some clinic veterinarians will provide in-home euthanasia, so ask your veterinarian if he or she can make arrangements at your home.
“Having the ability to say goodbye to my pet at home, was extremely comforting during that difficult time in our family’s life. I think it was also helpful for my children and other pets to say goodbye as well.”
Home euthanasia provides pet owners with the opportunity to spend those last precious moments with their pet in the comfortable surroundings of their own home. It’s personal, private, and compassionate. We recommend the following mobile veterinarians in the metro Atlanta, GA and Covington, GA areas. All the veterinarians listed use our pet cremation services and have after-hours access to our facility. For more information, you are welcome to contact us directly.
Does Paws, Whiskers & Wags offer euthanasia services?
Paws, Whiskers & Wags partners with many respected veterinarians, both mobile and clinic-based, to handle cremation services for your pet. We do not perform euthanasia services, but we can direct you to several mobile veterinarians in the metro Atlanta and Hickory, NC areas who will come to your home to assess your pet and their needs.
Please see the adjacent list for our recommended mobile veterinarians, and contact them directly for scheduling, pricing, and other information. If you have any questions, please contact us and we can answer any questions you might have.
What if we euthanize our pet after hours?
If you are a pet owner and you need our services after regular business hours, please contact us, as we have a staff member on call 24/7.
If you are a veterinary partner and have our paperwork in your office, simply follow the instructions to fill out the form and fax it to the listed number. We will reach out to your office to coordinate with you and your staff to bring the pet into our care. Once the pet is in our care, we will contact the owner to go over the paperwork and obtain permission to proceed with the cremation.
If we are not a current Paws, Whiskers and Wags veterinary partner, can we still contact you for cremation services?
Yes. If you need us during regular business hours, please call us at 404-370-600 (GA) or 980-949-8605 (NC). If you have a need after hours, please call or contact us with the following information, and we will reach out to coordinate bringing the loved one into our care.
- Your name, clinic and phone number
- The Pet’s name, weight, and description
- The Owner’s name and phone number.
What are the advantages to being a Paws, Whiskers and Wags veterinary partner?
When your clients ask you if they will get their pet’s ashes returned to them, you can say “yes” with confidence knowing that our PetTracker 360 system guarantees a chain of custody that is held to the same standard as a human crematory.
- The assurance that your clients will be cared for with compassion at the end of their pet’s life.
- A quick easy system to help your clients with private cremation.
- Complimentary grief resources are provided to our veterinary partners and our clients, and we also provide staff training to our veterinary partners free of charge