We serve the northwest Atlanta area. Our service is also available to the entire greater Atlanta area, however, additional fees may apply.

Compassionate care during the euthanasia process, while allowing your pet to be in his or her most comfortable environment -- your home.

Geriatric care and home exams in the event you cannot get your pet to your veterinarian. We will communicate with your veterinarian to ensure the best medical care for your pet.

In-Home Euthanasia
If your pet experiences fear and anxiety when visiting the veterinarian's office, or if you want this difficult experience to be more intimate and peaceful, we offer an alternative that may be better suited to your unique needs.

At Sweet Dreams, we understand that your pet is a cherished member of your family, and we will treat them with the love and gentleness we would give our own pets.

At the time of euthanasia, each family will receive a clay paw print to remember their beloved pet, along with pet loss and grief information.
Exams and consultations prior to euthanasia
If you are unsure of your pets' quality of life or if you would like to meet us prior to the euthanasia visit, you may make an appointment for an exam. We will be able to guide you towards the right decision for your pet, which is not always euthanasia. This is also a great option for those patients who are too large or too weak to make it to your veterinary clinic.

We have relationships with several veterinary clinics in the area and are happy to communicate with your veterinarian.
Cremation Services
After your pet has passed, you may elect to have your pet cremated. There are several options available which we can discuss with you prior to our visit. If you choose to have Sweet Dreams handle your pets cremation, there is nothing needed to do on your part. After the euthanasia has been performed, we will transport your pet to a third-party crematorium facility. Your pets remains will then be shipped to your location (typically within a week).

Taking time to Grieve
Losing a pet can be similar to losing a family member.
It is not an easy thing to experience and grieving is necessary. Everyone is different in their grieving process and I encourage families to allow everyone in the family to grieve differently.

Take time to grieve the special relationship you had with your pet. Some people spend more time with their pet than extended family members and friends, so treat the loss accordingly.

One suggestion is to plant a flowering perennial in honor of your pet. Every spring, when the plant blooms, you can be reminded of your loved pet.
12195 Hwy 92 / Suite 114-216
Woodstock, GA 30188
770 880 1596
678 261 6420