The process for either a cat euthanasia or a dog euthanasia starts with an initial phone call consultation (608.347.1897). During this phone call our doctors will discuss your pet’s medical history, diagnosis, quality of life issues, current medications and answer your questions including information about cost.
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Our veterinarian will introduce herself to the family and pet. Your pet can be in any area of the house (or yard) where they are most comfortable. A sedative injection is given quickly, and then your pet is given treats and petted until they fall asleep. Once they are resting comfortably, the euthanasia agent is given; and they will pass within a few minutes.
Your pet can be taken for cremation or left with the family if you have a special place for burial. Cremation is done at Memorial Pet Services. You may pick up your pet’s ashes at Memorial Pet Services in Madison, or we can arrange to have them shipped to your home. Cost for shipping and handling in Wisconsin is 32.00.
Journeys Home offers offers pet in-home euthanasia service within 1-hour radius of Madison, Wisconsin. This includes but is not limited to surrounding counties: Dane, Rock, Iowa, Jefferson, and Green.
Some places we go:
Dane County: Belleville, Black Earth, Blue Mounds, Brooklyn, Cambridge, Cottage Grove, Cross Plains, Dane, Deerfield, DeForest, Fitchburg, Madison, Maple Bluff, Marshall, McFarland, Mazomanie, Middleton, Monona, Mount Horeb, Oregon, Stoughton, Sun Prairie, Verona, Waunakee, Windsor.
Outside of Dane County: Arena, Barneveld, Baraboo, Beaver Dam, Beloit, Columbus, Dodgeville, Edgerton, Evansville, Fort Atkinson, Hollandale, Janesville, Johnson Creek, Lake Mills, Lodi, Milton, New Glarus, Portage, Poynette, Prairie du Sac, Reedsburg, Sauk City, Spring Green.