We know that since you are here, you feel it may be nearing the time to say goodbye to your beloved pet.
Nothing can really prepare you for what comes next, but we are committed to helping you through this time as best we can.
Providing in home euthanasia services has always been our deepest passion and we are truly honored to be with you and your loved ones during this special time.
To help guide you through this process, we have provided you with some helpful links.
Coping with Losing a Pet – HelpGuide.org
Euthanizing Pets at Home: Cost and What to Expect | PetMD
Dr. Erin and Patrice
(We will try to accommodate requests with longer travel distances at
an additional $25 per 25 miles.)
We also understand that “scheduling” this appointment is VERY difficult. It feels strange, unnatural and comes with a ton of other emotions. Please know that this is normal!! This isn’t a decision any of us make lightly!
To help make this easier for you, please use our contact/request form. This will provide us with all the information we need to best help you and your pet without you having to make that “dreaded” phone call.
Of course we WELCOME you to call if that is your preference. We just know from our many years of experience that talking about it out loud; can in itself be the hardest part.
Includes a memorial paw print
***Cremation fees are paid directly to the cremation service of your choosing and type of cremation requested. We are required to takepayment for cremation upon drop off unless you have made prior arrangements with your cremation service provider***
$360 plus tax* ($379.80 tax included)
Includes a memorial paw print
*We apologize, the state requires this for home burials, we don’t know why either…
If you find yourself wanting to discuss your pet’s current situation and quality of life further before making the final decision, we absolutely respect that and are happy to come and talk things over with you in the comfort of your own home. We do not provide “hospice” services per se, as we know your current Veterinarian is already doing the best for you and your pet.
We also understand that “scheduling” this appointment is VERY difficult. It feels strange, unnatural and comes with a ton of other emotions. Please know that this is normal!! This isn’t a decision any of us make lightly! To help make this easier for you, please use our contact/request form.&
Unfortunately due to our other life commitments, we are
unable to do emergency euthanasia requests, we please ask that you contact your attending Veterinarian for your best course of action, if something happens that requires immediate attention for your pet.
You are more than welcome! In our experience, we've found that sometimes talking about it out loud can be the hardest part. For that reason, we have found that most people prefer to use the contact form to avoid the "dreaded call"
Voyaging Vet & Tech Services began first serving the Chippewa Valley in the summer of 2012, as a house call only practice.
Dr. Erin and I (Patrice) met while I was attending Globe University to become a Veterinary Technician and Dr. Erin was one of my instructors. We quickly discovered how likeminded we were about Veterinary medicine and shared the same vision for bringing Veterinary care to people and their pets, right at home!
We feel incredibly fortunate to have been able to serve in this capacity until the Fall of 2020.
As we all know with recent world events, life can completely change in the blink of an eye…
Due to unexpected family circumstances, we had to make the heart wrenching decision to close our practice. As difficult as it was to do, we know it was the right choice at the time.
Now almost 2 ½ years later and more life changes, we are feeling called to continue our journey, by once again providing in home euthanasia services.
Home euthanasia was always the service we felt most passionate about and although we know we can’t help everyone, we want to help those that we can.
Our deepest gratitude for the trust, love and support you have all shown us throughout the years. We are humbled and honored to be a small part of theVeterinary community once again.