24/7 Portland’s Most Recommended In-Home Mobile Veterinarian Providing Cat and Dog Euthanasia Service and Aftercare
We are a local veterinary service committed to being available and responsive 24/7. Please feel free to contact us anytime.
Compassionate Care is a local mobile veterinary service dedicated to providing peaceful cat and dog euthanasia in the privacy and stress-free environment of home for pets in the Portland and Salem, OR, and Vancouver, WA, and outlying areas. Over the past five years, we have earned a reputation for professional and personal attention, and a gentle yet experienced touch with a caring hand, which is crucial at such a difficult time for families and their beloved pets. Because we are the only veterinary service in Oregon and Southwest Washington that specializes in home euthanasia, we have invaluable and extensive experience to ensure we can help families and their pets in the most peaceful manner possible.
In addition to in-home mobile veterinary dog and cat euthanasia service, we can also provide aftercare counseling and assistance, including transport to a local pet crematory for private or communal pet cremation service if desired.
Because we recognize the need for our service may arise at any time, we are committed to being available, dependable, and responsive when we are needed most. Compassionate Care is available for pre-scheduled appointments as well as same-day appointments. Emergency veterinary euthanasia requests are accommodated whenever possible. Our phones are answered personally whenever possible, and we return all calls and emails promptly.
Compassionate Care can take and donate unneeded pet items (including open and expired medications). Organizations that we take donated items to include the Portland Animal Welfare (PAW) Team and the Cat Adoption Team (CAT). Donated items can be given to the veterinarian who comes to your home (sorry, a donation receipt will not be given).
Pet Memorial pages are a complimentary service offering for our clients – please notify the office at any time if you would like to post a page for your pet.
For more information, please also see the article about Compassionate Care that ran on Tuesday, June 8, 2010 in the Oregonian’s Pet Talk section (click here).