Happy Endings In-Home Pet Euthanasia in Phoenix is here to ensure that the cold exam room of a vet's office is NOT the last place your pet experiences. Instead, he/she can pass peacefully at home on his favorite pillow, with his favorite toy, in the loving arms of his owners.
At Happy Endings, we understand that dogs love to get out -- they love car rides, the park, the mountains, pretty much anywhere you take them. The one place dogs don't like is the veterinarian's office. Our feline friends share this sentiment and it's no surprise. Historically, the vet's office is the place where they have been poked with vaccines, violated with thermometers, and even spayed or neutered.
You've done so much for your pet throughout his/her life. Let us help you give one last thing: a loving, peaceful departure for which he/she will be eternally grateful.
We want you to know that at Happy Endings we are here for one reason: We love animals.
We proudly offer In-Home Euthanasia and Cremation Services to the Greater Phoenix Area including but not limited to Phoenix, Scottsdale, Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Tempe, and Cave creek.
(No additional charges for weight of pet up to 125 lbs or distance up to 25 miles)
(Your pet is cremated individually and his/her ashes are saved and returned to you.)
*We have a wonderful selection of personalized urns and memorial boxes available at: Happy Endings Memorial Items
(Your pet is cremated alongside other pets. Ashes can not be saved/returned)
*A $100 Emergency Fee will be applied for patients that need to be seen weekdays and Saturdays between 6PM and 11PM.
*A $150 Emergency Fee will be applied for patients that need to be seen between the hours of 11PM and 7AM.
*A $150 Emergency Fee will be applied for patients that need to be seen on Sunday.
*Payment may be made at the time of services or handled prior to our arrival. We accept all major credit cards.
*To make an online payment, please click here.
*Cremations are performed by All Pets Great and Small Crematorium in Mesa
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