Euthanasia means “good death.”

Our goal is to make this heart-breaking process as peaceful as possible for your beloved pet. Dr. Braun offers in-home euthanasia services as scheduling allows.

Making the Decision: “How Do I Know When?”

Dr. Braun will come to your home, where your pet is most comfortable. She will administer several medications to relax and sedate your pet, then finally an overdose of an anesthesia made specifically for this purpose.

 Cost: $460, not including AFTERCARE OPTIONS below. 

AFTERCARE OPTIONS

Home-Care

Burial, or transport to a facility at your discretion (Resting Waters or All Pets Go To Heaven)

Comingled Cremation

Pets are cremated with other beloved pets. Ashes are scattered at the foot of the mountains in Duvall. Service provided by West Coast Pet Memorial. 

0-25 lbs – $185

25-50 lbs – $200

50-100 lbs – $215

>100 lbs – $285

Individual Cremation

Your pet is cremated individually, with ashes returned to you. Service provided by West Coast Pet Memorial. 

0-25  lbs – $290

26-50 lbs – $305

51-100 lbs – $330

>100 lbs – $390

FOR INDIVIDUAL CREMATION ONLY Alternative Urn Options and Memorial Products:

West Coast Pet Memorial (prices vary – please inquire for more details)

Common Add-ons: 

Ink Pawprint: included upon request.

Ink Noseprint: $12
Clay Pawprint: $40

Fur Clipping: Included at time of service, after: $18

COPING WITH LOSS

Grief Counselor Hotline: 1 (855) 245-8214

Pet Loss Support Group (Seattle Animal Shelter)

Pet Loss Grief Support

When I come to the end of the road

And the sun has set for me,

I want no rites in a gloom-filled room,

Why cry for a soul set free!

Miss me a little – but not for long

And not with your head bowed low.

Remember the love that we once shared,

Miss me, but let me go.

For this journey that we all must take

And each must go alone;

It’s all a part of the Master’s plan

A step on the road to home.

When you are lonely and sick at heart

Go to the friends we know,

And bury your sorrows in doing good deeds.

Miss me, but let me go.


– Edgar Albert Guest