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If you’re anything like me, you have an incredible connection with your dogs and cats.   That's why your pet's end-of-life decision is so tough.  We're here to help.   The passing of your pet should be tender, thoughtful and done in the comfort of your own home.   Dr. Sara Nadolski, DVM ("Dr. Sara") provides caring and comfortable in-home pet euthanasia, cremation and consulting services to pet lovers in Folsom, El Dorado Hills, Cameron Park, Shingle Springs, Rescue, Placerville, Camino, Pollock Pines, Diamond Springs, Coloma, Lotus and some extended areas.   Call/text: 530-306-5823.

Please click on the Services tab (left side or three bars above) for more information and pricing.

In-Home Pet Euthanasia and Cremation Services

Serving Folsom, El Dorado Hills, Cameron Park, Shingle Springs, Rescue, Placerville, Camino, Pollock Pines, Diamond Springs, Coloma, Lotus and some extended areas.

Dr. Sara Nadolski ("Dr. Sara") has been a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) for over 30 years.  She is a U.C. Davis graduate and U.C. Davis Fellow.  Dr. Sara is also a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist (CVA).  Her DVM/CVA combination provides her with unique insights into alternative care for older pets as well as assisting with their peaceful passing.    Dr. Sara is licensed to practice in California, Oregon and Washington.  Please click on the Services tab for more information.

Our Mission

In-Home Euthanasia

Cremation and Burial

Phone Consultations

My background

After enjoying a long and bountiful life... to help the passing of your pet be as peaceful as possible in the comfort of your own home.   All pets are fully sedated prior to euthanasia to ensure their peaceful passing. 

Hours of Operation
Thur, Fri, Sat, Sun, Mon & Tues: 8am-4pm
    (Closed: Wednesday)   

In-home appointments suspended.  Phone consults at 8:15am and 9:00am daily.  To set-up a phone consult please visit the Services tab and skim to the bottom of that web page.  Thank you!

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Professional, personal, and private end-of-life care for your pets in your own home.

Passing with Dignity

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Corona Virus Policy:  Effective March 15, 2020 (until further noticed) we have suspended all in-home euthanasia and in-home consultation services to help minimize the spread of the corona virus (COVID-19) from one family to another.  Dr. Sara believes that this decision, while difficult, is in the best and most compassionate interest of you, your family and her staff.  Dr. Sara will continue to offer phone consultation services to discuss your pet's quality of life and pain management needs while the corona virus passes.  To set-up a consult with Dr. Sara, please click on the Services tab and proceed to the bottom of that web page. 

For new information (i.e. article) on the spread of the corona virus by "seemingly well" persons, please click here.   Article takeaways: 

1.  A study posted Sunday by Belgian and Dutch researchers shows that between 48% and 66% of the people in the Singapore cluster contracted the infection (i.e. corona virus) from someone who was pre-symptomatic (i.e. seemingly well). Of the people in the Tianjin cluster, between 62% and 77% caught it from someone that was pre-symptomatic.    Conclusion:  Seemingly well folks "unknowingly" spread the corona virus more rapidly than symptomatic folks.

2.  The viral load (i.e. strength of the virus) of the specimens from the asymptomatic (i.e. seemingly well) patients was higher than the viral load of those patients who did have symptoms (i.e. sick patients).  Conclusion:  The virus is stronger in seemingly well folks than in symptomatic folks. 

While you, we, or another mobile veterinarian might feel "well" today, it seems prudent to suspend all in-home services (i.e. even outside services) to help minimize airosolized and/or contact exposure to the corona virus.   We will resume our in-home services when we feel it is "safe" to do so.  Until then, we would recommend that a sole member of your family takes your pet to a local veterinary clinic after saying your goodbyes at home.  While we value your business, we value your continued health even more!

Our best,

Dr. Sara and Staff