Home to Heaven is dedicated to helping your family and pet with a gentle end-of-life transition. We provide comprehensive services for every step of this difficult period.
From the moment of diagnosis to your pet’s final moments, we provide caring and compassionate support. And our dedicated staff is available to meet your needs 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Pet Euthanasia at Home
Home to Heaven began with the philosophy that no pet should be in discomfort at the end of his or her life. Our pet euthanasia at home service ensures a calm and peaceful end.
For many animals, going to the vet is stressful and scary. Some animals don't like getting into a car, let alone being dragged into a building filled with noise, confusion, unusual smells, and other animals.
It is hard enough when your pet is going in for their regular checkups and vaccinations. At the end of their life, it can be too much for them - and you - to bear.
We ease the transition through both hospice-assisted natural death and pet euthanasia. And our mobile service allows your pet to pass on in that familiar and loving environment of your home.
Home to Heaven assists all companion animals, including dogs, cats, exotics, horses, and companion livestock. And we offer complete hospice services for both dogs and cats.
Mobile Vet Service
Our personalized in-home care for your pet focuses on keeping your pet pain-free and happy until the end. Our vets also provide educational and emotional comfort for your family.
There has always been a need for mobile vet services. But these types of services lost popularity when veterinary medicine became more advanced. Greater diagnostic tools, new tests, and surgical procedures were easier to offer in a clinic.
Now, many vets realize that practicing medicine in the home is more convenient for the family and more calming and comfortable for the animal. This is especially true for delicate situations, such as home hospice care or euthanasia.
Dr. Cooney recognized this need and started her mobile vet practice, Home to Heaven. She wanted pet euthanasia at home, along with hospice care, to be more widely available. And she wanted animals and their families to be able to face this time with dignity, comfort and privacy.
Every family is unique, and for some, home pet euthanasia is not the best solution. To meet the needs of all families, Dr. Cooney has also created the nation’s first pet euthanasia center in Loveland, Colorado.
This center provides your family with a pristine and calming place to say goodbye to your beloved pet.
Throughout this difficult time, Home to Heaven makes sure that you and your family get the support and guidance you need. And when the time comes, we help you with the options and logistics of aftercare.
We provide grief support and opportunities to share your feelings with others. We help you find the best ways of memorializing your beloved pet. And we guide you through the options for a loving and respectful burial or dispersion.
Please give us a call if your pet needs hospice care to transition into a natural death. Or if euthanasia is the next step in your journey with them.
We can help.