About Us

Caring, in-home Pet Euthanasia Since 2009

Peaceful Partings works with you and your pet to provide comfortable, in-home pet euthanasia. Our end of life services are a team approach from the person assisting the scheduling of the appointment; to the assistant, technician, and doctors who perform services; and the crematory staff that handle aftercare. Just like in human medicine, the entire staff plays a vital roll in helping each family through end of life and grief.

When your pet is fractious, sick, or injured, or when you have trouble traveling to a vet’s office, we will euthanize your pet in the comfort of their home and familiar surroundings.

Reduce stress with our attentive house calls

Call Peaceful Partings at (719) 205-6003 to talk with a technician or doctor. Although we cannot make the decision for you, we can discuss the quality of life of your pet.

Guidelines to help Assess Quality of Life

  • Quality of Life Scale (click here)
  • Canine Pain Scale (click here)
  • Feline Pain Scale (click here)

After Life Care Services

Through Peaceful Memorials Pet Crematory services include: communal, individual partitions, solo, clay paws, ink prints, fur clippings and Urn services.

Expect Gentle Services for you and your pet

When you choose services from Peaceful Partings, expect to be treated with kindness, sympathy, and professional concern. We treat each pet as if they were one of our own.

A veterinarian and veterinary technician/assistant will arrive at your home per your appointment. After introductions and a small amount of necessary paperwork, you will get an explanation of the euthanasia process and any of your questions will be answered.

Depending on your pet and the situation, a pain medication may be injected under the skin, and an intravenous catheter may be used to ease the final injection.

You will not be rushed. You and your family will have time to say goodbye both before and after the euthanasia has been performed. It is up to you if you want to be present for the final injection, and you may hold, pet, and talk to your beloved family member during the final injection.

If you have children in the family, you should decide in advance if you want them to be present for any part of the process. You may want to make arrangements in advance to accommodate your decision.

We welcome other pets to be a part of the process. If you feel they may bring stress to the situation, they may be brought in after the service for viewing,

We understand that your pet’s euthanasia may not be planned in advance, due to unforeseen circumstances, and we will try to accommodate your situation. Evening and weekend appointments are available at no additional cost. Please call 719-205-6003 for availability.

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