Paws in Your Heart

Providing a Gentle Goodbye for a Beloved Pet in Your Own Home

Pet loss and grieving are unique for everyone. If there is anything that Dr. Dunne can do before, during, or after a euthanasia that will help provide meaning or comfort, please let us know.  For additional  resources for pet loss and grieving, click below.

About Euthanasia

Hospice is an end-of-life service to ensure your pet is as comfortable and free of pain in the last weeks and days of life.  The link below provides more information about hospice and palliative care options.


No one knows your pet better than you do. Often the hardest part is setting aside your own fear of loss and focusing instead on the best interests of your pet.  Determining whether your pet’s quality of life has diminished is an important step in the decision-making process.

Ending a pet’s suffering is perhaps the most important gift a pet owner can bestow. When this act of kindness is given at home, your pet will be comforted by their family and the familiar environment. You can arrange the setting to be meaningful for you, and peaceful for your pet.

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How do I know it's time?

Buffalo Pet Euthanasia and Hospice Services

​Dr. Dunne will be out of town attending to family matters and will return to offer home appointments after September 8th.  Please consider calling one of the other at home veterinary services:  Day Six Veterinary Service,  Lap of Love, or  Fetch the Vet.  Thank you for your understanding and take care.

Your pet is family

Paws in Your Heart provides compassionate and peaceful in-home euthanasia for dogs and cats. With family by their side, your pet will spend their last moments surrounded by love.  With over 21 years of veterinary experience, Dr. Dunne takes care of your pets like her own and that means coming to you and your home.

Pet Loss Support

You can reach us at 716-898-8525