Paws to Rest
Paws to Rest
Paws to Rest
Paws to Rest

In-Home Pet Euthanasia Service

We are here to help your beloved pet pass peacefully in the comfort of your home. We feel they deserve to be treated with respect and compassion until the end. We offer in home euthanasia and aftercare services for your animal family member.

Areas We Serve

In Southeastern Massachusetts.

  • Pembroke
  • Hanover
  • Marshfield
  • Norwell
  • Hingham
  • Hull
  • Cohasset
  • Milton
  • Scituate
  • Duxbury
  • Kingston
  • Canton
  • Hanson
  • Halifax
  • Plymouth and surrounding towns

Services Offered

  • Euthanasia with a home visit.
  • Euthanasia with communal cremation (no ashes returned).
  • Euthanasia with private cremation (ashes returned).

Six complimentary urns to choose from and customized urns.

Testimonials

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Karen K.

"Dr. Calabria is very much a caring and professional veterinarian, and one who puts my dogs best interests as a top priority. In my Nikki’s last days, she was there for her, my dog Maddie, and my family. When Nikki could not get in the car to go to her office, Dr. Calabria came to my home. Her dedication to her work and love of animals is amazing. It is comforting to know that my pets are in such good, caring and capable hands!” 

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Winston Churchill’s Family

"We love cats. Over almost 30 years we had many. But one stood out as a person. His name was Sir Winston Churchill. We loved him dearly. Unfortunately, as he aged he became sick. This happens when COVID-19 affected our normal way of life. Churchill was dying. We did not want just to bring him to the veterinarian hospital and leave. With this pandemic we could not be inside.
Thanks to Dr. Courtney Calabria service called Paws to Rest we were able to be with our beloved cat in the last moments of his life. We greatly appreciate Dr. Calabria for the service she provided.”

Susan P.

"Dr. Calabria was able to come to my home the same day I contacted her. It was a Friday afternoon. Our cat, Steve, had really deteriorated quickly. He was 18 years old, so we knew he was nearing the end of his life, but he continued to remain somewhat active and was eating and drinking up until Thursday. For his whole life, Steve HATED being in the carrier. In his younger days, he would need to be sedated and put into a “burrito” prior to vet appointments. This was really stressful for him and I didn’t want his last moments on this earth to involve any upset. Dr. Calabria was AMAZING. We were able to bring Steve out in the yard and let him enjoy the sunshine for a little while before bringing him to his favorite spot – the porch. He was surrounded by people he loved and trusted. He never flinched and his passing from this life and the body he had outlived to his next adventure was peaceful and beautiful. I cannot thank Dr. Calabria or recommend her enough!! She was truly and angel. She told my heartbroken 11 year old daughter that Steve was so lucky to have been loved by so many people and to have lived such a long life. From the bottom of our sore hearts, thank you so much!"