Personal Compassionate Service.
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New patient quality of life consultation. $300
Includes doctor’s travel to your home† for comprehensive evaluation of care available for aging or terminally ill companion animals. During this exam your doctor will examine and discuss your pets life. Your doctor will know your pet. There will be an behavioral and medical history evaluation including previous medical records. If indicated we will make second opinions or recommend specialist referral. We will evaluate for possible environmental barriers to comfort and health. We will discuss options for hospice and palliative care. We will explore whether your friend may benefit from new or additional medicine for pain, inflammation, microbial overpopulation, nausea, hydration, and nutrition. If timely, a discussion about end-of-life choices and options for saying goodbye. Including helping the surviving family find the right support. The exam usually lasts 60-90 minutes. This consultation is not required prior to scheduling an in-home euthanasia. A link for the intake form for this appointment is here.
Follow up examination $130
Examination of existing* patient for changes in heath status. Revision of treatment plan based on progress. This visit usually lasts about 40 min.
In home Euthanasia. $235
Includes doctor’s travel† to your home, a pre-euthanasia consultation, premedication of your pet with sedatives, administration of the pentobarbital for euthanasia, and notification of the euthanasia to your regular vet. This process usually takes about an hour.
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We try to make payment as easy as possible. When an appointment is set and aftercare memorial options are selected, you will receive an emailed invoice. Most of our clients prefer to pay in advance so they don’t have to deal with payment during the visit. These prepayment options include venmo, cashapp, zelle, or apple pay. However, cash, check, and credit card can easily be accepted at the time of your appointment. (There is a 3% convenience fee when processing credit card payments)
†Paws At Peace services the Edmond, Guthrie, Piedmont, Yukon, Warr Acres, Bethany, Nichols Hills, The Village, and most of Oklahoma City. Service in other areas is possible by special arrangement and with additional travel fees.
*In order to maintain an adequate VCPR (veterinary client patient relationship) it is industry standard for healthy pets to have an physical exam yearly at minimum. Because geriatric pets have more frequent changes in health status Paws at Peace requires a physical exam interval of 4 months at maximum. For more information about VCPR please vist the AVMA.