Dr Pearson evaluates each case with a telephone consultation prior to visiting your home. After your telephone consultation, Dr Pearson will schedule a convenient time to visit your home for the euthanasia procedure. All services are performed with a highly skilled veterinary technician. Dr Pearson is currently a practicing veterinarian and thus some scheduling constraints may occur; however, calls are generally returned the same day and most appointments can be made with 24 hours advance notice. We will make every attempt to accommodate you and your family's schedule and wishes, but please note that this is not an emergency service.
Dr Pearson reserves her services only for pets who are sick, geriatric, or terminally ill and whose quality of life has deteriorated. Peaceful Pathways makes every attempt to accommodate all pets, however, Dr. Pearson reserves the right to refuse service to anyone. Fractious or aggressive animals will be referred back to their local veterinarian.
Payment for services rendered are due at the time of service. Fees will vary and are based on your pets weight, your location and the aftercare/cremation option that you choose. Please call/text for pricing. Dr. Pearson and her staff handle all pet remains with the utmost care. For payment options, we accept all major credit cards, cash and check.
****Please note Peaceful Pathways for Pets services the following areas: Flower Mound, Lewisville, Southlake, Colleyville, Argyle, Double Oak, Highland Village, North Dallas, Plano, Prosper, Allen, The Colony, Carrollton, Crossroads, Corinth, Lake Dallas, Celina,Lantana and Mckinney. We also service the city of Denton. There is no service available to Oak Cliff or Fair Park areas of South Dallas. For any other location please feel free to call Peaceful Pathways for Pets and we will be happy to advise if services are available in your area.