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In the comfort of your home, surrounded by loved ones, is where most of us wish to say goodbye. We will provide you with a compassionate, intimate, and peaceful passing for your dear friend. You may create your own personal setting to help ease this emotional and difficult time. Every pet deserves a great life, including a calm passing.

Mobile veterinarian providing in home euthanasia and aftercare services for cats, dogs, chickens, rabbits, and goats in the following areas:

  • All of Clark County Washington

  • Parts of Cowlitz County, Washington:

    • All of Woodland

    • Within 10 minutes of I-5 freeway for Kalama, Kelso, and Longview 

    • Fuel charge of $50 for Longview, Kelso, Camas, and Washougal

    • Locally owned in Battle Ground and Ridgefield, WA; no cancellation fees 

Other services include:

  • Quality of Life Consult  ​

    • Please note that no medical advice is given over the phone; either a quality-of-life consult/exam or euthanasia appointment in person must be scheduled in order to meet and consult with a doctor.​

Availability by appointment:

  • Contact us by filling out the contact form Filling out our contact form obtains the fastest response (we respond via email and text). Direct phone call and voicemail are more challenging due to the nature of our service (being with a patient, traveling, no phone signal, etc.).  Most questions can be answered by reviewing our website.

  • Appointments are between 11 am to 5 pm on Mondays through Saturdays. They are targeted to be in a specific window of time (for example we make an 11 am appointment, we will do our best to arrive about that time, but we may be there between 10:45 to 12:45. This is due to possible emergencies (which take precedence), unpredictable travel time, and previous appointments (we will not rush through appointments as a courtesy to our patients and their family). 

  • We understand if you change your mind, need to reschedule, or if your pet's condition changes but please try to give us notice as soon as possible so we can help others in need. Appointments and quick responses are not guaranteed.

  • Please give us any unique directions or landmarks to help us find your residence (color of your home, where is your numerical address located, landmarks).  

  • Let us know if you have any of your pet's prescribed pain medication or oral sedatives that may benefit them before the euthanasia appointment.

  •  No potentially aggressive dogs (growling, evasive, untouchable) for euthanasia. Other dogs in the household with potential aggression must be secured safely from our team.

  • Even though your pet might not normally be reactive, pain or discomfort may cause them to nip. On rare occasion, we may gently place a soft, harmless muzzle for just a quick moment (for peaceful sedation injection) to help make this difficult time as smooth and safe as possible. This causes no harm, is very soft, comfortable, temporary and it is only a safety pre-caution to help prevent harm of our team and your pet.  For more information on the helpful, essential, and fear free movement in regard to benefits of muzzle uses and training, please visit: Party Hats! Teaching Muzzle Training to Canine Patients (

Meet Dr. Cory Gadwood


Dr. Gadwood has worked in the veterinary field since 1989 and graduated from vet school with her D.V.M. (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) degree in 2004.  She's practiced throughout the Portland Oregon and SW Washington metro within dozens of veterinary hospitals, including her 8 year role as the medical director for an exclusive, fear free, feline hospital.

For 20 years, much of her time has been devoted to helping guide families through the process of making end-of-life decisions for their pets. 

One of Dr. Gadwood's passions is to promote a "fear free" environment for all patients. There is no better place than home to create a safe place, allowing us to all connect, collaborate, and support the sacred human animal bond, especially during your pet's last moments. Our loved ones not only deserve to live a good life, but also deserve a humane death. The term euthanasia is literally translated into "good death."


Just a few years ago, she had to euthanize her beloved dog Dezzi in the chaotic setting of an emergency hospital and wished she could have let her go peacefully at their home. These are just some of the of the reasons she chooses to promote and perform the final gift of an in home euthanasia. 

In her free time, she enjoys vegetable and flower gardening, hobby farming (goats, chickens, rabbits, 4 cats, and 4 dogs), bird watching, and cooking. 

  • Licensed in Washington and Oregon and practicing full time since 2004.  

  • Companion Animal Euthanasia Training Academy Master Program certification (end-of-life specialty training).


  • Member of: AVMA -American Veterinary Medical Association, PVMA - Portland Veterinary Medical Association, WVMA - Washington Veterinary Medical Association.  Fear Free Certified.

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