How much to euthanise a dog UK: On average, having a large dog euthanised at a veterinary clinic (typically including communal cremation) will cost approximately £80 to £200, although some vets may charge considerably more (or less), depending on:
- Your pet’s weight & breed – charges for euthanising small dogs are typically lower than those for larger breeds.
- Your location – unfortunately, differences in local economies mean vets in different counties tend to charge different amounts.
- The vet’s qualifications & experience – highly qualified, experienced vets may feel able to charge higher amounts because they know they can give an often better, far more consistent and comforting service at this highly critical and stressful event.
The cost of dog home euthanasia, on the other hand, depends largely on each individual dog/dog owner’s specific requirements.
Dog Home Euthanasia – How Much to Euthanise a Dog UK?
Being dog lovers ourselves, we here at Vets2Home know how difficult it is to say goodbye to your beloved four-legged companion – and how important it is for you to make doing so a special, memorable experience.
Having spent years perfecting everything we do to ensure putting your beloved dog to sleep leaves you with the best possible, beautiful life-long memories, we are now the first true certified specialists in the field of home end of life care for pets, animal hospice and home pet euthanasia.
Knowing all too well that critical – or life-threatening – situations will not necessarily ‘wait for office hours’, we also have a specially trained vet on call 24/7, every day of the year, to ensure our home dog euthanasia service is available to you whenever needed. This premium service is, however, subject to late/urgency/out-of-hours fees, as our few but expert vets are always available and on standby to come out to help an animal in need’.
Invariably tailoring our methods to suit your beloved girl’s or boy’s personality, ailments/illnesses and circumstances, we make sure your pet passes away gently and peacefully in his/her sleep – in your arms, his/her bed or in the garden; in the forest, on the beach or wherever else he/she is at his/her most comfortable and relaxed.
Our fully trained, qualified mobile vets’ specialty is to administer a painless sedation before giving your dog the fast-acting final injection – methods which have been developed by our specialist vet, Dr Suzen Gregersen over the many years she has helped dog owners give their furry companions a gentle, peaceful end surrounded by their loved ones.
We see ourselves very much as “the Loving Choice” at the very end, so, giving family members time to say their goodbyes and making sure everything is done as perfectly as possible, we will spend an average of 2 to 3 hours (including travel time) on each visit, and our prices reflect both our high expertise and the time we spend on providing this completely personalised, unique service.
For more detailed information on the cost of euthanising your dog at home, please do not hesitate to contact our caring team, who will be happy to discuss your pet’s circumstances and requirements and provide you with a quote.