Top Rated 24/7 Pet Euthanasia and Cremation Near You in Vancouver, WA

When it comes to providing a dignified farewell to your beloved pets, Compassionate Care stands as the top-rated pet euthanasia and cremation service in Vancouver. Our dedication to compassionate, respectful care, ensure that your pet receives the farewell they deserve with the utmost empathy.

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24/7 Support and Compassion

We offer 24/7 in-home euthanasia so we may be there when you and your pet need us most.

4.8 Stars (300+ Reviews)

Premium end-of-life services and compassionate care for pets and families in Oregon and Southwest Washington area, since 2009.

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Find trustworthy information and guidance for end-of-life care, ensuring you have the support you need during this difficult time.

Your Trusted Local Pet Memorial Service in Vancouver, WA

As a local company, Compassionate Care has provided in-home pet euthanasia and eco-friendly pet cremation, to the Vancouver community since 2009.

Our North Portland crematory is just 15 minutes from the center of Vancouver, but we also offer home pickup services.

For pet euthanasia call 503 880 1172
For pet cremation call 503 379 1292

Pet cremation: available 7 days a week by appointment

Cremains pickup:
Tuesday: 12pm - 4pm
Wednesday: 12pm - 4pm
Thursday: 12pm - 4pm


Friday: 12pm - 4pm
Saturday: 10am - 2pm
Sunday & Monday: Closed

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24/7 In-home Pet Euthanasia

Vancouver's Trusted In-Home Veterinary Service

In-home pet euthanasia service allows beloved pets and their families to remain in their familiar and comfortable environment during this challenging time. Our mobile veterinary service is available 24/7 to families in Vancouver.

We prioritize your pet's peaceful and comfortable end-of-life care, ensuring they are cared for like family.

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Home Pickup Service for Vancouver Residents

We operate two Compassionate Care Crematories in Oregon: one in Oregon City and another in Portland , which is conveniently located about 15 minutes from the center of Vancouver.

For those a bit further north, we can arrange a home pickup service for a fee.

Honoring Your Beloved Companion with Eco-Friendly Aquamation

Compassionate Care provides aquamation, an eco-friendly alternative to traditional cremation that uses water and alkali to closely replicate natural decomposition. Unlike traditional flame-based cremation, aquamation is a slower and gentler process, akin to natural decomposition.

Choose between our private cremation option, ensuring individual cremation with your pet’s cremains returned to you, or our communal cremation option, where your pet is respectfully cremated alongside other pets, with their cremains respectfully scattered.

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What Our Vancouver Clients Are Saying

During a most difficult time in helping our beloved fur baby transition we chose Compassionate Care for our needs. They were compassionate from making the dreaded appointment to when Jennifer arrived. She was loving and considerate of all of us. She was such a beautiful person to help and understood our pet and us.

She made a very sad moment tolerable with her care. Highly recommend. 🐺💔

Maggie Brown

This morning Marie, at Compassionate Care , help send our dog over the Rainbow Bridge. She was kind, caring - explaining the process along the way and made sure that our Nomi was sent peacefully -- that you so much.

Julie and Sean Sosman

During a heartbreaking time, Compassionate Care was wonderful. They were kind, patient, meticulous, and so respectful. Saying goodbye to our girl at home gave us room to really honor her and fully grieve. I’m so grateful for their guidance and care through the whole process.

Virginia Vickery

I highly recommend using Compassionate Care. Our dog was not a fan of the vet, so this in-home experience was truly a blessing to give him a peaceful send off. Dr. Stacy was extremely patient, sweet, and compassionate. She took the time to learn about our dog, explained each step, and gave us all the time we needed to say goodbye to our friend. I'd give six stars if I could.

Eric L

Vancouver Pet Euthanasia and Pet Cremation FAQs

We cover all Portland, Salem and Vancouver areas and suburbs, including west to Forest Grove, east to Mt. Hood, south to Salem, and north to Kalama.

We’ll reach out to you within 14 days following the euthanasia or after receiving your pet’s remains to notify you that their cremains are ready for pickup. 

Our NE Portland location offers pickup appointments seven days a week. You can contact us here:

Call 503 379 1292 for pet cremation.

If you prefer to use our Oregon City location, please inform our care team, and we will gladly make the necessary arrangements over the phone with you.

For in-home euthanasia appointments: Our top priority is ensuring our doctors can reach your location safely. We closely monitor road and weather conditions along the doctor’s route and may need to make changes or cancel appointments in rare instances where conditions pose a risk. 

We will always provide as much notice as possible in such cases. If there are inclement weather conditions currently or expected, our team will discuss alternative options with you when scheduling the appointment.

For visits to our crematory: If you need to visit our crematory during regular business hours but are uncertain about our availability due to road conditions, please contact our crematory directly at 503.379.1292 for the most up-to-date information.

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Explore community resources for you and your pets

1. Cornell University Pet Loss Support Hotline: (607) 218-7457

  • Wednesdays from 7 – 9 p.m. EST
  • Saturdays from 12 – 2 p.m. EST
  • Sundays from 7 – 9 p.m. EST
  • Google Voice will prompt you to enter your name before connecting; to remain anonymous, you can say “anonymous” or just enter your first name.

2. Tufts University Pet Loss Support Hotline: (508) 839-7966

  • Monday – Friday 6 – 9 p.m. EST when school is in session

1. The Association for Pet Loss & Bereavement:  The APLB, established in 1997 by Dr. Wallace Sife, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to supporting individuals coping with the loss of their pets.

2. Crisis Text Line: Crisis Text Line is an organization that provides free, confidential support to individuals in crisis through text messaging. 

  • Text HELLO to 741741 to reach a crisis counselor.
  • 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

3. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: This hotline connects individuals in the United States to trained professionals who can offer immediate assistance, guidance, and resources during times of emotional distress and mental health crises. 

  •  1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • This service is available 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Here are some additional useful resources from the International Association for Animal Hospice and Palliative Care that you can explore:

  1. How to Support a Grieving Pet
  2. How To Help a Child Grieving a Beloved Pet
  3. How to Take Care of Yourself When Grieving a Beloved Pet
  4. How to Memorialize a Beloved Pet

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