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Pet Euthanasia at Home in Worksop

If you believe your pet is at their end of life the last thing you’ll want to do is the traditional vet visit surrounded by other people and their pets. Thankfully, Calm Pawz offers a much better way for both the pet and their loving owners.

Home euthanasia is a truly dignified and peaceful farewell for your pet in the comfort and privacy of your own home. Your dog or cat will feel much more at ease in their favourite place that is familiar and safe, surrounded by their loved ones.

My name is Rebecca, and I am a qualified mobile vet of over 20 years and a pet owner myself. I truly understand just how difficult and upsetting this time can be so let me guide you through it, with compassion and understanding. Having helped many pet owners in the same situation throughout Worksop, I’m on hand to help you make those difficult decisions with my home euthanasia and end of life care service.

In my continuous efforts to offer the very best service during this sad time, I have completed the Euthanasia Master Program which demonstrates my commitment to euthanasia best practices. You can be confident that your pet is in very safe hands.

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Book an End-of-life Care Consultation for your pet

To ensure that the right decision is made for your beloved pet, I would always encourage an end-of-life consultation. You may say goodbye to your dog or cat during this consultation if that is the correct course of action, or we can book a further appointment to give you more time with your pet or try an alternative treatment option. I will never push you in to a decision that you don’t feel comfortable or happy with, I will only ever give honest and experienced advise based on your pets’ best interests and quality of life.

A typical end of life care consultation includes:

  • I will assess your dog or cats condition, symptoms, medication and care plan
  • A gentle physical examination will take place
  • A quality-of-life assessment
  • I will give my honest expert opinion on ‘the right time’ for your pet
  • I will create a plan to keep your pet as pain free as possible
  • I will offer advice on what to do in an emergency situation after the consultation

Having sadly seen this all too often, I encourage pet owners to book an end of life care consultation as early as possible before it becomes an emergency situation – book your consultation now.

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What happens during Home Euthanasia?

Home euthanasia is a painless, peaceful way to put your pet to sleep using a two-step process. This is a compassionate, dignified way to say goodbye to your pet in the familiarity of your own home which is more comforting for all involved.

A typical home euthanasia will include:

  • My arrival at an arranged time where I will greet the pet and the family
  • I will discuss the euthanasia process in full and assess if your pet requires a consultation beforehand (if one has not been done by me recently). If your pet is in crisis or an emergency situation, their welfare takes priority
  • I will obtain your consent for the euthanasia of your pet
  • Your pet will be sedated
  • I will euthanise your pet in your chosen special place when you and your family are ready
  • I can assist with after-care arrangements or guide you on handling this yourselves

I try to be as flexible as possible with appointments depending on my schedule.

How much does pet Home Euthanasia cost?

The cost for a home euthanasia in Worksop is £265 and it usually takes an hour.

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What pets do we euthanise at home in Worksop?

Dog Euthanasia at home

My work as a mobile vet in Worksop and throughout Bassetlaw means I support many dogs throughout their entire lifetime. Naturally, this also means I am also there for them at their end of life. Having completed the Euthanasia Master Program your loyal companion will be in the safest of hands, surrounded by their favourite humans and toys in the place they feel most happy in. I truly believe this is the best goodbye you can offer them. If you believe that your dog needs my home euthanasia service in Worksop please contact me.

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Cat Euthanasia at home

Home euthanasia for cats is growing in popularity and this is because cats don’t typically enjoy going to a vet’s practise. Due to their nature, leaving their territory, the unfamiliar smells and being restrained makes for a very unpleasant experience for both the cat and owners. That is why my home euthanasia service is so important to avoid any unnecessary stress and anxiety during an already difficult time. For home euthanasia for your cat in Worksop contact me at the earliest opportunity.

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What happens after home euthanasia?

I can organise cremations for pets. I will gladly listen to any special wishes you have for your dog or cats remains and try to make these happen if possible. You are of course able to organise cremation yourself or carry out a home burial should you have permission.

Pet Home Euthanasia FAQs

Many pet owners have questions about a home euthanasia, I have tried to answer my most commonly asked questions below.

  • Will you pressure me into euthanising my pet?

    You will never feel pressure from me to euthanise your pet. The decision must be right for you and your pet. I will offer my honest recommendation as an experienced mobile vet.

  • Do you offer emergency euthanasia appointments?

    Yes, I try to accommodate emergency appointments depending on my current work schedule. Please give me a call on 07496819851 if your dog or cat is in difficultly. I may not always be able to answer if I am with another pet or their owners so I will ring you back as soon as possible to help.

  • Can children be present for euthanasia?

    This is completely the decision of the parent / guardian however in my experience children do cope well in this situation and it offers closure.

  • Will my pet feel any pain?

    No, the euthanising process is painless and quick.

  • Can my pet eat and drink normally before hand?

    Yes, you may still feed your pet as usual as long as they are tolerating food.


  • What do you inject into my pet?

    It’s a two step process with the first injection being a sedative. The second injection is a barbiturate which is usually a yellow or blue injection, This is given into the leg and works as an overdose of an aesthetic and is painless and works quickly.

  • How long does the euthanasia take?

    The sedative can take between 5-20 minutes to work, The final injection takes a few minutes.

Contact Calm Pawz

Don’t hesitate to contact Calm Pawz for pet home euthanasia in Worksop. You pet deserves a compassionate and dignified goodbye at home where it feels happiest. Have peace of mind with a mobile vet who has also completed the Euthanasia Master Program. Don’t hesitate to call me if it’s an emergency or fill out the contact form about your dog or cat and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Mobile Vet in Worksop

Calm Pawz are one of the leading mobile vets in Worksop providing essential care to pets in the comfort of their own home. This busy market town in the Bassetlaw District is home to many cats, dogs and other animals who throughout their lifetime need our vital services such as:

  • Routine vaccinations
  • Pet travel paperwork and travel vaccinations
  • Post surgical care
  • Senior pet checks
  • Palliative care
  • Home euthanasia and end of life care

As a qualified mobile vet, I have a wealth of experience with pets, and I’m constantly updating my knowledge, meaning I am the perfect choice for your pet.

Coping with the loss of pets

You may find these resources helpful when planning for the loss of your pets or in the time after.

Pet Bereavement Support Service offers local help and a sympathetic ear for recently bereaved pet owners. You can telephone them on 0800 0966606

Blue Cross Pet Bereavement offer excellent support: www.bluecross.org.uk/pet-bereavement-and-pet-loss

UK-based charity, Animal Samaritans offers help and advice for anyone dealing with the grief of losing a beloved pet. visit animalsamaritans.org.uk or call 0203 745 9859.


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