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In-home pet euthanasia for your beloved dogs & cats in Dallas, TX

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 Dallas, TX serving pet parents with at-home pet euthanasia

Find and book local veterinarians to support you through this difficult time in the comfort of your home providing loving and professional care in your pet's final moments, starting at $350 for at-home pet euthanasia and starting at $100 for aftercare & cremation.

Dr. Kirsten Stukey

Dr. Kirsten Stukey

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Dr. Kirsten Stukey's journey in veterinary medicine began in her hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma. She pursued her undergraduate education at Oklahoma Baptist University, setting the foundation for her lifelong dream of becoming a veterinarian. Kirsten's dedication led her to Oklahoma State University, where she earned her DVM degree in 2016. After graduation, she embarked on her veterinary career, moving to Arlington, Texas, where she fell in love with the vibrant DFW community. Since then, she has continued to work and live in various areas of the DFW region. From a young age, Kirsten harbored a passion for veterinary care, a dream that took root when she was just four years old. During her veterinary schooling, she developed a profound interest in senior pets and end-of-life care. The profound bond between humans and their animals deeply resonated with her, and she found immense fulfillment in helping pet owners navigate the later stages of their beloved companions' lives. Kirsten's personal journey with her Westie, Maxie, strengthened her commitment to providing compassionate end-of-life care. She was Maxie's sole caregiver during her senior years and, as a veterinarian herself, had the privilege of saying a heartfelt goodbye to Maxie at home, surrounded by friends and in a place filled with cherished memories. Kirsten believes that every pet owner should have the opportunity to bid farewell to their furry family members in the comfort of their home, where they feel most at ease. Beyond her veterinary profession, Kirsten finds joy in spending quality time with her family and friends, maintaining an active lifestyle through regular workouts, and taking leisurely walks with her canine companion. She embraces the vibrant culinary scene in Dallas by exploring new restaurants and satisfies her wanderlust by planning trips to new destinations whenever possible. Her furry family member, Cash, a 9-year-old Aussie Mix, has been her loyal companion since their meeting in vet school. Kirsten and Cash share a special bond, and despite Cash's diagnosis of heart disease, Kirsten cherishes every moment they spend together, celebrating the extra time she has with her beloved furry friend.

What is Pet Euthanasia?

Pet euthanasia is a compassionate and peaceful end-of-life service for pets who are suffering or who have a significantly reduced quality of life. It is a humane and gentle process that ensures your beloved pet has a peaceful passing surrounded by love and compassion.

At Home Pet Euthanasia Services

Your local vet in Dallas, TX offers:

  • In-Home Euthanasia Appointments
    A qualified veterinarian comes to your home to perform the euthanasia in a comfortable and familiar environment for your pet.
  • Pet Cremation & Aftercare
    Comprehensive aftercare services including cremation, with various options to honor your pet's memory.
  • Memorabilia
    A selection of keepsake items to cherish the memory of your pet.
  • Deceased Pet Pick-Up
    Should your pet pass before the scheduled appointment, we provide immediate assistance and support.

Pet Euthanasia Near You

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Cities Served Near Dallas, TX

Proudly serving families in Dallas, TX, and the surrounding areas: Fort Worth, Arlington, Plano, Irving, Garland, Mckinney, Frisco, Grand Prairie, Denton, Mesquite, Carrollton, Lewisville, Allen, Richardson, Keller, Mansfield, Weatherford, Rockwall, Burleson

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Pet Euthanasia Clinics & Hospitals Near Dallas, TX

In Dallas, TX, pet owners navigating the poignant decision of pet euthanasia have access to a network of supportive clinics and hospitals. These establishments offer compassionate care to make this difficult transition as peaceful as possible. Recognizing the profound bond between pets and their families, each location provides a respectful and serene environment for farewells:

Here are other local pet clinics and hospitals near Dallas:

CityVet - Lovers Lane

5323 Greenville Ave #100
Dallas, TX 75206
(469) 872-7555

Holt Veterinary Clinic

5619 SMU Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75206
(214) 361-2834

UrgentVet - Lakewood

6333 E Mockingbird Ln
Dallas, TX 75214
(469) 902-4600

Highland Park Animal Hospital

5075 McKinney Ave
Dallas, TX 75205
(214) 833-9821

Lakewood Veterinary Center

5726 Belmont Ave
Dallas, TX 75206
(214) 826-4800

East Lake Veterinary Hospital

10101 Northwest Hwy
Dallas, TX 75238
(214) 342-3100

Abrams Royal Animal Clinic

8244 Abrams Rd
Dallas, TX 75243
(214) 349-2260

Veterinary Emergency Group

4500 N Central Expy
Dallas, TX 75206
(972) 544-7311

VCA Lakewood Animal Hospital

6363 Richmond Ave
Dallas, TX 75214
(214) 826-6601

It is always a very hard decision to help a good doggo over the bridge, but it was the right one, and Dr. Stukey is very compassionate and kind, which made the process much easier to handle. I highly recommend her.


Rob C

Feb 28, 2024

Dr. Stukey had a kind, thoughtful, and compassionate presence. She sat with us and made sure we had all the time we needed to say goodbye to our friend. Allowing our pet to pass at home was a huge comfort to us and I’m sure to her too. Can’t say enough about how highly I’d recommend Dr. Stukey to anyone in a similar situation.


Linsey G.

Feb 23, 2024

Dr Stukey made a hard and sad day a little easier. She was very compassionate and patient during the whole experience.


TW

Feb 21, 2024

Dr. Stukey was so kind and caring. I can’t recommend her enough.


Holly S

Feb 13, 2024

Very kind , courteous and respectful


Sharon K

Feb 12, 2024

Dr. Stukey is knowledgeable, compassionate, and we are lucky to have found her for the service we needed.


Kami I.

Jan 28, 2024

She was an Angel for our pet


Bridget Rauch

Jan 27, 2024

She was amazing! So kind thoughtful & patient.


Kimberly Tadlock

Jan 24, 2024

Dr. Stukey was extremely communicative which I appreciated. She was very respectful and allowed us time to say goodbye to our sweet girl on our own time and terms. This was an extremely difficult day for our family and for our girl to go in peace in her own bed, surrounded by her family meant a lot to me. We appreciate this service so much.


Jessica A

Jan 24, 2024

Dr. Kirsten Stuky is a very caring vet. My 225 lb Mastiff could not stand up because his hips gave out. He was 11 which is old for a Mastiff. She came to my house to euthanize him. She was kind and gentle to him and he slipped away peacefully. None of the other vets I called would take care of him because of his size. Dr Kirsten made it work. She drove him to the crematorium and texted to reassure me that she had checked him one more time to make sure he had passed. I had asked her to do that and she did even though she knew he was gone. I would use her again. She calmed a traumatic situation.


Joyce J

Jan 14, 2024