Monday , 19 February 2018

Home Euthanasia

If you have a service to list here, please see our ad page for rate info or contact:  When a pet guardian is confronted with the decision of euthanasia for their pet, as well as, when and how it should be done, it is a heart-wrenching experience. The family feels a tremendous sense of guilt, yet euthanasia is the most loving and humane option for pets suffering from terminal illnesses or debilitating old age ailments.  By choosing to have the euthanasia performed in your home, you are gifting your pet with the privilege of passing away in familiar, loving surroundings, thereby minimizing their stress level. For 15 years Pet Friends has offered this service with our cremation and burial services. We are  affiliated with many licensed and compassionate veterinary doctors who are available for in-home euthanasia procedures 7 days a week.  For more information please call 514-947-0168 or email us at

Vetspress: Dr. Lissa Altschuler  (MDB contributor) (514) 502-1320

K911 Home Euthanasia We have professional and compassionate veterinarians available for you when it comes time to end the pain & suffering for your beloved companion and this is done in your home where your pets comfort is maximized and stress free surrounded by his loving family, friends and other companions. We will put you in contact with our vets and you may ask any question as they will be happy to answer questions you may have. We have helped out many pet owners where euthanasia was not the answer and our vets recommended other solutions by referring veterinarians which have added at least another 6 months to 1 year to their pet’s lives without pain and or suffering. Our team will be ready to answer any question you may have:  514-677-4357  Veterinary Hours: Monday – Friday:  9:00am -7:00pm, Saturday & Sunday: 9:00am – 4:00pm





  1. My 15 year old dog has a breathing problem and suffers greatly due to a collapsed thorax, tried medication to no avail, breaks my heart to see him suffer and most humane thing to do will be to put him to sleep, I need some help & advice please as I am unemployed and soon homeless.


  2. Thank you for posting this information. It was very helpful to have these resources once we knew it was time to part ways with our little guy.

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