Compassion Always Comes First
At HomeHeart, we put care and compassion first with everything we do. We understand that saying goodbye to a beloved pet is a difficult time for everyone involved. That’s why we’re passionate about helping our clients give their pets a peaceful end-of-life experience from the comfort of home surrounded by love.
We believe that pet euthanasia, while emotional, shouldn’t have to be stressful. Our compassionate team provides support and resources throughout the process so you never feel alone.
Contact us today to learn more about our services.
At-Home Euthanasia Boston
The decision to say goodbye to your furry-friendly member is never easy. Along with the many emotions it brings, there are also questions. You may be wondering how to assess your pet’s quality of life, how the euthanasia process works, and what to do after.
We know that this can feel overwhelming, especially when your focus is spending more quality time with your pet. That’s why we provide a comprehensive list of the most frequently asked questions regarding home euthanasia that can be a good place to start.
Where to Start
We offer support and compassion before, during, and after your appointment. Our Boston in-home pet euthanasia services include:
Your Boston HomeHeart Team
Dr. Sara Dalamangas
Dr. Sara Dalamangas grew up in Massachusetts. She received her bachelor’s degree in animal science/pre-veterinary medicine from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. In 2005, Dr. Sara graduated from Iowa State University with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. After graduation, Dr. Sara returned to Massachusetts and has spent many gratifying years working in private and corporate veterinary practices as well as academia.
Dr. Sara enjoys traveling around the world and has visited over 30 countries. She shares her home in the suburbs of Boston with her husband and two cats, Ernie and Wally. Since helping her own cat pass comfortably and peacefully at home Dr. Sara would like to help families say goodbye to their beloved pets in the comfort of their own homes.