At Home Pet Euthanasia In Syracuse, NY

A peaceful passing at home for your beloved pets

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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Syracuse & Surrounding Cities Service Area

Meet local veterinarians in Syracuse, NY serving pet parents with at-home pet euthanasia and cremation services.

Book a compassionate local veterinarian for in-home pet euthanasia and aftercare, with prices starting at $300 for euthanasia and $205 for cremation.

Why should I choose at-home pet euthanasia?

At-home euthanasia in Syracuse is an option that many pet owners consider over in-clinic pet euthanasia as it helps alleviate the stress of transporting weak or painful pets while also allowing pets to remain in the comfort of their own home. It also makes it easier on the family to spend time with their furry friends in a familiar environment when saying goodbye and allows pet owners to process their emotions without the added strain of driving during a challenging time.

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.

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veterinarians that honor the bond you share with your pet

Hear from pet parents like you


Recently, I had to put my daughter's dear duck (Omelet) down. My daughter was abroad, and I had never put an animal down before. Omelet was the last surviving duck of our flock of four. She was 12 years old - a deeply loved pet, who returned our love each and every day. This was very difficult for me. Dr. Glenn Jackson came to my house, and I am so glad that I found him on this website. I cannot imagine anyone being more compassionate, kind and caring. I shared some stories about Omelet, which he clearly enjoyed hearing, before he gently explained the process. Omelet seemed to know what was coming, and she was remarkably calm and ready. I held her the whole time with Yo-o Ma's "The Swan" softly playing in the background (which she loved). Dr. Jackson even hit "play" on the music for me while I was holding her. He described each step so clearly in advance, and with such gentle reassurance. Omelet never once displayed fear, never tried to squirm out of my arms, and never cried out. She just gently passed away in my arms. I cannot imagine a more beautiful and meaningful experience. I will always be eternally grateful to Dr. Jackson.

Susan E.


Professional, caring, love having the service available.

Donna K.


Very patient and caring.

Heidi T.


Dr. Glen Jackson was very professional, sincere, and patient with during this difficult time of having our Jake cross over the rainbow.

Kim P.


He was great very helpful and was very compassionate.

Karen N.


He was awesome.

Roger R.

Paw Prints On My Heart

You came into my heart one day, so beautiful and smart,
My dear and sweet companion, I loved you from the start.

And though I knew the time would come
When we would have to part,You'll never be forgotten
You left paw prints on my heart
-Author Unknown

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Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals Near Syracuse, NY

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.

Emergency veterinary clinics in Syracuse, NY provide critical care and medical attention to animals outside of regular veterinary office hours. One notable emergency veterinary clinic in Syracuse is the Veterinary Medical Center of Central New York (VMC). VMC is a state-of-the-art facility that provides compassionate and high-quality care to animals in emergency situations, including pet euthanasia.

Another prominent emergency veterinary clinic in Syracuse is the Animal Emergency & Critical Care Center of Binghamton (AECC). Although located in Binghamton, NY, AECC serves the surrounding areas, including Syracuse. They have a team of skilled veterinarians who specialize in emergency medicine and critical care. The clinic is equipped with advanced medical equipment and technology to diagnose and treat a wide range of emergencies.

Additionally, the Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Services (VSES) is a reputable emergency veterinary clinic serving Syracuse and the surrounding regions. VSES offers comprehensive emergency care for pets, including pet euthanasia and aftercare services, and is committed to providing prompt and effective emergency care to ensure the well-being of pets during critical situations.

Here are other local pet clinics and hospitals near Syracuse:

VCA Fairmount Animal Hospital

4101 W Genesee St
Syracuse, NY 13219
(315) 468-3446

Lyncourt Veterinary Hospital

2306 Court St
Syracuse, NY 13208
(315) 455-7417

Town & Country Hospital for Pets

4707 S Salina St
Syracuse, NY 13205
(315) 469-5777

Dewitt Veterinary Medical Center

222 Old Bridge St #300
East Syracuse, NY 13057
(315) 445-0000

Stillwaters Veterinary Care- End of Life Services

5108 Velasko Rd Suite 1003
Syracuse, NY 13215
(315) 414-8598

Stack Veterinary Hospital

5092 Velasko Rd
Syracuse, NY 13215
(315) 478-3161

Liverpool Village Animal Hospital

6770, Onondaga Lake Pkwy
Liverpool, NY 13088
(315) 451-5455

Nottingham Pet Clinic

120 Julian Pl Unit F
Syracuse, NY 13210
(315) 446-9241