Providing a Gentle Means for Your Pet To Depart

Dog and cat gentle, caring in-home pet euthanasia in Charlotte and surrounding areas. *North Carolina Service Only*

In-Home Pet Euthanasia 

Pets less than 100 lb. $375

Pets 100-150 lb. $525

This includes our talk(s) on the phone, performing a physical exam, administering the sedation, and then the humane euthanasia, wrapping the deceased in a blanket, and transporting for cremation if desired (see Aftercare Options below), and a memorial pawprint when we take the deceased pet with us for Aftercare.

Also included is travel time up to 30 minutes to these areas:

  • Airport
  • Belmont
  • Ballantyne
  • Bessemer City
  • Cotswold
  • Dallas
  • Dilworth
  • Gastonia
  • Huntersville
  • Kings Mountain
  • Mt. Holly
  • Mtn. Island Lake
  • Myers Park
  • NoDa
  • Pineville
  • Plaza Midwood
  • Southend
  • SouthPark
  • Stanley
  • University area
  • Uptown Charlotte
  • Lucia

An additional travel fee of $40-80 may apply to these outlying areas of greater than 30 minutes one-way travel:

  • Cornelius
  • Davidson
  • Denver
  • Waxhaw
  • Weddington

*I can tell you the exact amount when you tell me your address*

Phone Consult – Always at No Charge

Call me as many times as needed to answer any questions or to make any arrangements.

Weekends/Evenings at No Extra Charge

Same Day/Urgent Service Please Add $75

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Payment Methods: Cash or Credit/Debit Card

Please Add for Aftercare Options:

A. Private cremation

pets up to 29 lb. $225

Pets 30-99 lb. $250

Pets 100-150 lb. $300

With this option, your pet will be cremated separately from other pets and you are assured of receiving your own beloved pet's remains (ashes), delivered to your home in an attractive metal urn.

B. Communal cremation

pets up to 29 lb. $100

Pets 30-99 lb. $125

Pets 100-150 lb. $175

With this option, your pet will be cremated with other deceased pets and the ashes will be scattered on dedicated pet cemetery grounds.

Not Sure It's Time Yet?

A visit to your home can be requested if you are unsure if the time is appropriate for scheduling euthanasia for your pet or pets. I can help you answer the questions listed in the 'Making the Decision" section on the next page. I will describe my examination findings and whether tests or other procedures are advised. I may be able to perform some of them while at your home at a possible additional fee, or I may advise you to make an appointment with your family veterinarian.

Pre-Euthanasia In-home Consult $225

(This fee is forgiven if we proceed to a Euthanasia)


I do my best to be available when you need me, including weekends and holidays. If I am unavailable, please contact your local veterinarian or one of the following emergency clinics:

• Cabarrus Emergency Veterinary Clinic  1317 S Cannon Blvd., Kannapolis 704) 932-1182
• Animal Medical Hospital  3832 Monroe Rd.,  704) 334-4684
• Carolina Veterinary Specialists at 12117 Statesville Rd., Huntersville 704-949-1100; 4099 Campus Ridge Rd., Matthews (704) 815-3939 or 2225 Township Rd., Charlotte (704) 504-9608
• CARE 3726 Latrobe Dr., Charlotte 704-457-2300

A man and his cat in the vet 's office.

Dr. Dan Adamson With Duster, His cat

"I grew up in rural Ohio and received my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from The Ohio State University. My wife, Cathy, and I have three grown children, two daughters and a son.

My 30+ years as a veterinarian have helped me learn that losing a beloved pet can be one of the most stressful times of your life. At-home euthanasia is the kindest final gift you can give to your faithful companion... ending their suffering and pain while surrounded by those who love them, in the comfort and serenity of their own home. It is my goal to help you and your family know you are not alone in making this emotional and difficult decision and to provide my professional guidance and skills."