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In-home pet euthanasia for your beloved dogs & cats in Concord, CA

Our compassionate licensed veterinarians are available to help ease the pain of your beloved dog or cat at home, surrounded by loved ones.

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Meet local veterinarians in Concord serving pet parents with at-home pet euthanasia & cremation services.

Book a compassionate local veterinarian for in-home pet euthanasia and aftercare, with prices starting at $300 for euthanasia and $60 for cremation.

Dr. Laurie Noe

Dr. Laurie Noe

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Dr. Laurie Noe brings an impressive 38 years of veterinary services experience to pet owners seeking compassionate in-home pet euthanasia. Specializing in Canine, Feline, Small Mammals (including rats, hamsters, mice, gerbils, guinea pigs, pygmy hedgehogs, sugar gliders, and ferrets), as well as Rabbits, Dr. Noe's expertise encompasses a wide range of beloved companions. Growing up as the oldest child in Los Angeles, California, Dr. Noe's passion for animals was evident from an early age, always bringing home peculiar creatures and asking the question, "Can we keep it?" Graduating with a DVM from UC Davis in 1985, Dr. Laurie Noe's unwavering motivation to become a veterinarian emerged as a young child. With over 35 years of dedicated practice, she continues to love every moment of her profession, viewing it as a calling rather than just a career choice. Driven by a deep sense of purpose, her top priority has always been to provide the best care possible for her patients, emphasizing the reduction of pain and suffering. Dr. Noe has spent many years specializing in home euthanasia for family pets, considering it a profound honor to be chosen by families to help their cherished companions transition from suffering to a place of freedom. Performing these services in the comfort of the pet's own home or a specially chosen location adds an element of dignity and intimacy for both the patient and their family. Beyond her professional pursuits, Dr. Laurie Noe indulges in reading during spare moments and explores her artistic side through painting. Sharing her life with two large yet affectionate dogs named Nyx (Knox) and Cerberus, she enjoys watching her furry companions roam freely across her partner's acres. Dr. Noe's personal experiences with her pets enrich her understanding of the deep bond between humans and animals, further fueling her dedication to providing compassionate care. With an extensive background, genuine passion, and an unwavering commitment to serving both animals and their families, Dr. Laurie Noe stands as a trusted choice for pet owners seeking in-home pet euthanasia services. Her profound love for animals and focus on reducing their pain and suffering make her a compassionate and highly respected veterinarian within the field.

At Home Pet Euthanasia: A Guide To How It Works

Our goal is to ensure a peaceful and compassionate experience for you and your pet during their final moments. To create a calm atmosphere, your veterinarian will arrive in regular clothes, making your pet feel more at ease. Each appointment is tailored to your needs, starting with a visual assessment of your pet without disturbing their resting place. While you sign consent forms and discuss body-care preferences, your veterinarian will gather some information from you about your pet. They will then approach your pet, stroking and greeting them, while also gathering additional information. If you prefer not to be present for any part of the appointment, please inform your vet.

Your veterinarian will spend 15 to 60 minutes in your home, depending on your preferences and your pet's needs. The actual procedure takes about 15 to 20 minutes, allowing you time to be with your pet before and after if desired. If you opt for cremation, your veterinarian will handle your pet with gentleness and respect. Alternatively, if you choose to lay your pet to rest personally, your vet will quietly leave after confirming the passing and addressing any questions. Please consult local regulations and burial practices before deciding to handle your pet's aftercare yourself.

We are here to answer your questions every day at 833-CodaPet (833-263-2738). Our network of compassionate veterinarians have appointments available throughout the week and weekend. For specific availability, please begin a booking to view different options.


Here is standard pricing but actual pricing will vary across cities, size of pets, vets, and day/time of the week. For specific pricing, please begin a booking to view different options by price.

Emergency Appointments

Sometimes pets take a turn for the worse overnight or in a short amount of time, so we do our best to accommodate same-day appointments with a few hours' notice but we can't guarantee that. If this is a medical emergency and you are in need of assistance please see local resources below.

Cities Served Near Concord, CA

San Leandro
Walnut Creek
San Ramon

Resources Near Concord, CA

Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals Near Concord, CA

If your pet has an urgent need for pet euthanasia and a veterinarian in our network isn't available, here are clinics and emergency hospitals for pets in need for end of life care.

There are several emergency pet clinics and hospitals that can provide care. These clinics are staffed by experienced veterinarians who are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to treat a variety of pet emergencies.

Emergency pet clinics and hospitals in Concord, CA that offer pet euthanasia provide a crucial service for pet owners facing difficult end-of-life decisions for their beloved animals. One such facility is the Animal Emergency Clinic of Contra Costa, which is open 24/7 and has a team of experienced veterinarians and staff dedicated to providing compassionate care during emergencies. They offer euthanasia services to ensure that pets can pass away peacefully and without suffering. The clinic also provides grief support resources for pet owners who may be struggling with the loss of their furry companions.

Another reputable emergency pet clinic in Concord is the VCA Animal Hospital. They have a team of skilled veterinarians who are available around the clock to handle emergencies and provide end-of-life care, including euthanasia. The hospital aims to create a comfortable and supportive environment for both pets and their owners during this difficult time. They prioritize open communication and understanding, allowing pet owners to make informed decisions about their pets' well-being.

The third emergency pet clinic in Concord, CA that offers pet euthanasia is the East Bay Veterinary Emergency Clinic. This facility operates 24/7 and has a team of experienced veterinarians who are trained in providing compassionate end-of-life care. They understand the emotional toll that euthanasia can have on pet owners and strive to create a peaceful environment for both pets and their families during this process. The clinic also offers grief counseling services to help pet owners cope with the loss of their beloved companions.

Here are other local pet clinics and hospitals near Concord:

Disney Pet Hospital

3554 Concord Blvd
Concord, CA 94519
(925) 689-4244

Adobe Animal Hospital

3619 Clayton Rd
Concord, CA 94521
(925) 825-3535

Sun Valley Animal Hospital

1130 Contra Costa Blvd
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
(925) 686-6363

Monument Boulevard Animal Hospital

1410 Monument Blvd
Concord, CA 94520
(925) 288-4880

Four Corners Veterinary Hospitals

2956 Treat Blvd
Concord, CA 94518
(925) 685-0512

Banfield Pet Hospital

1780 Ygnacio Valley Rd
Walnut Creek, CA 94598
(925) 932-2420

Lafayette Veterinary Hospital

3210 Old Tunnel Rd Suite A
Lafayette, CA 94549
(925) 938-7700

Pacific Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Hospital

3210 Old Tunnel Rd Suite B
Lafayette, CA 94549
(925) 297-5751

Hillcrest Veterinary Hospital

2211 Morello Ave
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
(925) 270-4710

Dr. Now was simply amazing. She was kind gentle and put my mind and heart at ease at a very difficult time.

Esa E.

Dec 5, 2023

Dr. Noe was so kind and supportive to our family when our sweet cat was so ill that he needed to be euthanized. I would highly recommend her compassionate services.

Jane M

Nov 26, 2023

Dr. Laurie Noe and her colleague were extremely compassionate, knowledgeable and kind professionals. The entire family was truly impressed with Dr. Noe's bed side manner. She came out the same day I needed her services (weekend). She and her colleague had tremendous compassion for the process and educated themselves on our situation prior to arrival. Dr. Noe listened and gave advice accordingly. She made me feel better about my extremely difficult decision. I highly recommend Codapet and Dr. Laurie Noe during a difficult time like this. I also received a card in the mail afterwards. 5 Stars!

Sandra S.

Nov 13, 2023


Rolleen m

Nov 1, 2023

A very smooth and peaceful experience


Oct 29, 2023

Dr. Noe was kind and caring during her time with our pet. We were thankful for her calm and helpful presence.

Teri F.

Oct 20, 2023

Dr. Noe was caring and gentle with our Frenchie. This was our first time having a pet euthanized at home. She was sensitive and compassionate. I would highly recommend her for your fur baby.

Laura S.

Sep 12, 2023

Dr. Noe was very compassionate, caring, and courteous. We appreciate her service!

Eric V

Aug 29, 2023

It was easy and a comfortable.

Rose C

Aug 8, 2023