Support for families in the transport and cremation of

beloved pets that pass naturally at home.

Let us handle the details

Loss of a pet, whether anticipated or sudden, can feel like a tragic experience. You may feel unprepared to handle the proper disposition

of your beloved companion.


If you have sadly experienced the passing of your pet, our transportation service can give you peace of mind in caring for your pet’s remains.


We know that your pet is a member of

your family and the care of your

pet’s body is very important to you.

Remember them forever

You may find it very difficult, both physically and emotionally, to drive your pet’s body to

a veterinary clinic or crematory on your own. 

That's why we offer the convenience

of at-home pickup.


Nevada Pet Hospice offers a number of memorial keepsakes to keep your loved one close.

Cremation remains will be available for pick-up

within a week at West Coast Pet Memorial

Services or your veterinary clinic.

Delivery can also be arranged to your home.

services include

Escort to Cremation Facility

Choice of:

Private, Individual Cremation

with ashes returned to you in the

urn of your choice

Communal Cremation, 

ashes respectfully scattered with others

Cremation Services for pets that

passed naturally at home

Optional delivery of ashes safely to your home

Optional Crematory Assistance

starts at $245


Help! My pet has passed at home. What do I do?

Sometimes pets pass on their own, before the scheduled in-home euthanasia visit. Finding a deceased pet at home can be a traumatic experience. Call Nevada Pet Hospice directly at 702.528.5882 to receive support in this process. We can come to your home for aftercare, providing thoughtful keepsakes and escorting your pet to the cremation faciility, with the cremation directives of your choice.

Can I bury my pet at home?

Because we form special bonds with our companions, it is only natural that many of us wish to follow the human model of burial or cremation to respect and remember our pet. The option of burying your pet at home is difficult, due to strict government and HOA regulations in Southern Nevada. It's up to you, however it's not usually permitted to bury a pet on your private property. You may also find the idea of burial undesirable due to the risk of wildlife disturbing your pet’s remains. Today many pet owners opt for cremation since it both provides a way to keep your pet near you and allows you to bury or scatter some of your pet’s ashes in your yard or a favorite place your pet enjoyed. With our mobile society, many families choose pet cremation in order to keep their pet’s memorial with them when they move.

How do I know that I’m receiving my own pet’s ashes?

Frequently, pet owners who are selecting private cremation wonder how they can be certain that it is their pet’s remains that are returned to them. Nevada Pet Hospice works closely with our crematory, keeping careful records and strict protocols to ensure that your pet, and only your pet, is returned safely to you. You can ask the doctor for more details about this process.

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“Dr. Toby is one of the most kind and gentle people I have ever met in my life.”

Darren Sperling / November 2020