House Calls / Mobile Vet - (866) 466 - 3838

In-Home Euthanasia

Saying goodbye to your pet is one of the hardest things you will ever have to do. Many clients request in-home euthanasia because it allows their pets to spend their final moments in a peaceful, familiar environment. Your pet always deserves to feel comfortable and relaxed, especially during this time. If you have concerns about your pet's condition and suspect that euthanasia might be the next step, simply reach out to us and we'll do everything we can to help.

Preparing For a House Call

Once we have helped you set a date for your mobile vet appointment, be sure to plan accordingly. Avoid overlapping schedules and prepare a clean, well-lit space in your house on the day of our visit. We will call you when we are on our way to your home.

Have any questions about our mobile vet service? Do you need to request a house call? To request a house call, please call - (866) 466 - 3838 or contact our veterinarian in Dundee to learn more. For house calls, we need at least 48 hours' notice; same-day appointments are not available.

Why People Trust Dundee Animal Hospital

  • Over 60 Years of Veterinary Knowledge & Experience
  • 24/7 Emergency Services Available
  • Committed to the Safety of Your Pets
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  • “Dundee was able to see her as a new patient same day in an HOUR! They were so amazing, I felt so relieved knowing she was being taken good care of.”

    - Natalie
  • “The staff was amazing and compassionate to her and my family. We got a letter today from the staff offering more condolences. It brought me to tears. Thank you for your kindness.”

    - Amanda E.
  • “I have brought my pets since 1964 and I can tell you that they are professional very caring and treat them just like their own pets.”

    - David R.