Peaceful End of Life Care for Your Precious Pet

It is never easy to let one of our beautiful four-legged family members cross over the rainbow bridge. We love them and want them in our lives for as long as possible. They are as much a part of our families as anyone, and they play such an important part in our lives. Yet, for most of us, a time will come when our beloved pets are too ill and/or old to have the good quality of life we want for them. They will be in pain, and not able to do the things they used to enjoy. You can tell it is time for them to move on; often, they are the ones who let you know. When this time comes, you want the best quality end of life care for them that is available. That is when you call Peaceful Pet.

Who Are We at Peaceful Pet?

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Dr. Brett Hinsch and Michelle

We are the in home pet euthanasia Tucson company you want to call when your pet is ready to move on. Peaceful Pet understands that the passing away of your dog or cat is a very stressful, emotional time for you and your family. The idea of taking your pet away from his or her familiar surroundings at home for the last time to have euthanasia performed in the cold, clinical setting of a veterinarian's office can be horrifying to you. It also makes the process of moving on more difficult for your pet, because the surroundings are unfamiliar, and your pet can also sense how distressed you are. One thing about our pets is that they always care more about you than themselves, right until the end.

We  created Peaceful Pet to help relieve some of this stress on both you and your pet. We feel that the best way for you and your pet to say goodbye is in the privacy of your own home. At home your pet can make a graceful and tranquil exit surrounded by all of his or her loving family and friends. Our goal is to provide your pet the dignity and respect they deserve at this time, and for their crossing over to be done with compassion and kindness.    Your memories of your pet will be good ones, up until  the end.

What to Do When You Need Us


When you know your pet is ready, or your pet lets you know they are ready, simply give us a call, and we will handle everything, so you can focus your attention on spending time with your pet and being there for them (and they for you). We're here whenever you know the time is right.  

Contact us at:

Peaceful Pet in Home

8789 E. Tanque Verde Rd.

Suite 309-438

Tucson, Arizona 85749

(520) 284-2400

welcome to peaceful pet in Tucson Why Home Euthanasia?

Saying goodbye to a valued member of your family is a very stressful and emotional event. The anxiety of one’s pet being transported to a veterinary hospital coupled with the emotional state of the owner having to carry out such an emotional procedure in an unfamiliar, clinical hospital setting can be extremely distressing for both pet and owner. Peaceful Pet was created to overcome these obstacles and provide family members and pets the best opportunity to say goodbye in a familiar environment, their home, surrounded by their loving family. Our goal at Peaceful Pet is to create an atmosphere of dignity, kindness and respect, creating a compassionate end-of-life experience for pets and owners. (520) 284-2400

Main Office

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7:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

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7:00 am-7:00 pm

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7:00 am-7:00 pm

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7:00 am-7:00 pm

Sunday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Testimonials

  • "Thank you, Dr. Hinsch, for your calming, professional and caring attitude. We will be forever grateful that our little Billie was able to pass with the dignity and respect he deserved."
    Shirley N.
  • "Dr. Hinsch and Michelle came to my home to help my bloodhound Layla cross the Rainbow Bridge on Thursday, 12/21. They were absolutely wonderful. So genuinely compassionate and gentle, considerate and kind. Layla always had extreme anxiety about leaving the house & we did not want her to pass that way. She slipped away so peacefully. If this is something you need, I recommend them without reservation."
  • ""My family can not thank you enough, Dr. Hinsch, for making Lucky's last day a peaceful one. You helped us through such an emotional time and your extraordinary kindness, compassion and respectful demeanor extended that peace to us, the family who loved her so much.""
    Pam C.
  • ""You helped us treat Muffin in passing as we treated her throughout her life...with love, kindness and compassion. What we were dreading turned out to be a beautiful and peaceful experience. Thank you, Dr. Hinsch, for your gentle hand and experienced touch. It made all the difference.""
    Taylor G.
  • ""Thank you, Dr. Hinsch, for your calming , professional attitude. We will be forever grateful that our little Billie was able to pass with the dignity and respect he deserved.""
    Holly H.
  • ""Yesterday Dr. Hinsch (Brett) and Michelle came to our home to help send our beloved Macho to his next journey. They were compassionate, understanding, and made us feel as though they were family. Although it is a difficult time, they helped us get through, the best that could be expected. Thank you both. Macho.... we will miss you greatly until we see each other again!! Rest well my friend, climb that mountain in the sky!!""
    Macho's Mom

Main Office

Monday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Sunday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

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