Rover Veterinary Care

What services do you provide?

We exclusively provide end-of-life care (in-home euthanasia and cremation services). The euthanasia is provided by a licensed veterinarian. We provide a complimentary clay pawprint at the time of care.

How far in advance do I need to book my appointment?

We are flexible with appointment scheduling, and we have appointments available 7 days per week. We most commonly provide care within 12-24 hours of care requests, although we are able to schedule up to two weeks in advance. Click here to see our current availability.

How will I know when it is time for euthanasia?

We have found the following quality of life resources useful in helping families to determine if it is the right time.

Quality of Life Scale for Pets - Online Calculator

Lap of Love Pet Quality of Life Scale

Ohio State University - How Will I Know

What happens at the euthanasia appointment?

After introductions and meeting your pet, we give the first injection subcutaneously (like a vaccine, with a tiny needle). This medication has pain control and sedation in it, so your pet will peacefully fall asleep over about 5-10 minutes. Once your pet is care-free, we will give the second injection, which is an overdose of a sedative, intravenously. After your pet has passed, we create a pawprint for you out of modeling clay. This pawprint will air-dry on a flat surface in about 72 hours, and it can be painted/decorated once dry.

Other veterinary resources:

Emergency/Urgent Care

MedVet Jupiter
505 Commerce Way
Jupiter, FL 33458
(561) 741-4041

Veterinary Specialty Hospital of Palm Beach Gardens
4019 Hood Road
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
(561) 625-9995

Pet Emergency & Referral Center
(561) 691-9999
3579 Northlake Blvd
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33403

Low cost vaccines and spay/neuter surgery:

Paws2Help Jupiter
185 E Indiantown Road
Jupiter, FL 33477
(561) 406-2263

Furry Friends
100 Capital Street
Jupiter, FL 33458
(561) 747-5311

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