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Always helping at your convenience

We provide compassionate in-home euthanasia and end-of-life care to dogs
and cats in Edmonton and the surrounding area.


In-Home Euthanasia

Say goodbye to your pet in the comfort of your own home.

After-Life care

We do all the work for you, so you don’t have to worry about contacting and arranging other services (transport, crematoriums).

Short term palliative care

We also provide palliative care to keep your pet as comfortable as possible for their remaining days.

Quality of life Assessments and Consultations

We provide quality of life consultations and assessments to help you decide if it is time to say goodbye.

Company Values

Peaceful Passing for Pets at Home provides in-home euthanasia to allow for comfortable and peaceful end-of-life for your pet. In addition, we provide quality of life assessments/consultations, as well as palliative care, if required, to keep your pet as comfortable as possible before it is time to euthanize.

Don’t hesitate to contact us should you have any questions!

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Frequently asked questions

How long does the euthanasia procedure take?

Most visits for euthanasia will take about 1 hour. This can vary based on your pet’s response to the sedation, which can take a little as 5 minutes or as long as 30 minutes to take effect, or if they require further sedation. Time will also depend on your specific needs. We do not want to rush this procedure and want it to be as stress-free as possible for both you and your pet.

Can I hold my pet during the sedation and euthanasia

You can definitely hold, cuddle with, and talk to your pet during the entire procedure. Alternatively, you can also choose not to be present for any part of the procedure and can step out of the room or come back in at any time, whatever feels right and is comfortable for you.

Should other family pets be present during the euthanasia?

Other pets in the house can benefit from seeing their friend before and/or after the procedure so they can better understand and process what is happening. Just like people, animals can also go through the grieving process, so having them present for some of the time can help them grieve properly.