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Providing love until the very end 

Compassionate end of life care for your beloved friend - They gave you everything through life and their final memories should be at home, surrounded by their loved ones. We are here to support that with in home euthanasia. 



In Home Euthanasia $350
Our goal is to provide a peaceful and compassionate experience, free from any stress or pain. We help your beloved pet pass with dignity in the comfort of your home. An impression paw print and locket of hair from your pet is included. 
Cremation Private $250 
We provide transportation and delivery to the crematorium.  Your pets ashes and only your pets ashes will be returned to you.  Every private cremation comes with a care package honoring your pet.   
Cremation Communal $100
We provide transportation and delivery to the crematorium.  Several pet companions are cremated at the same time.  Ashes are not returned to you and their ashes are spread over a memorial flower and rose garden.  
* Additional fees for pets over 80 pounds, aggressive pets, or locations outside of the service area.  Please email or call to inquire.  


Tel:  231.642.2200



Doctor Andrea Reynolds is based in Traverse City, Michigan. She attended Michigan State University CVM and graduated in 2014. Dr. Reynolds has a strong passion for making sure that every pet has the right to a "good death" that honors their life. She recently completed a 10 hour certification course in Companion Animal Euthanasia and is also Low Stress Handling certified. 

Dr. Reynolds was born and raised in Michigan. She has two dogs, Arebela (chihuahua) and Reiko (Australian Shepherd). Dr. Reynolds is co-president of the Northern Michigan Veterinary Medical Association, participates in low cost spay/neuter clinics and volunteers at sled dog races. She is passionate about yoga training, backpacking and loves being outside in nature. 

Doctor Kayla Brunner is based in Suttons Bay, Michigan. She attended UC Davis CVM and graduated in 2010. Dr. Brunner is a strong advocate of the human animal bond and believes that every pet should have the opportunity to pass at home with dignity and respect. Dr. Brunner has completed numerous continuing education hours in companion animal euthanasia.  

Dr. Brunner was born and raised in California. She moved to Northern Michigan to be closer to family with her husband and two daughters. Dr. Brunner has two dogs, Jack and Rip. Dr. Brunner participates in low cost spay/neuter clinics and can often be found baking goods for the community. She is passionate about gardening, cooking and spending time with her family. 


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