Paws at Peace has partnered with grief loss support providers, artists to honor your pets memory, and charity partners to give back to our community.

Grief Support Resources
Pet Loss Community
Pet Loss Community supports pet parents as they navigate the difficult journey of pet loss. They offer online, virtual group, and virtual one-on-one support for those grieving the loss of a beloved companion as well as anticipatory grief support for those who are contending with an illness or impending loss. Use coupon code PAWSATPEACE to get one month free of any of their offerings. For more information:

Animal Medical Center Pet Loss Support
Animal Medical Center hosts two support groups: one for people who have experienced the loss of a pet in the last 3 months, and another for people who have experienced the loss of their pet in the last 4-12 months and beyond. Each group meets twice a month. Both groups are free and open to the public but space is limited. For more information and to register:

Pet Loss Support Group with Dr. Susan Cohen
This support group is run by Dr. Susan Cohen, DSW, and meets on the second Wednesday of each month at West Village Veterinary Hospital. For more information or to register, email Dr. Cohen at [email protected] or call West Village Veterinary Hospital at 212-633-7400

Lauren Seeley, Death Doula
Lauren is an end-of-life care provider for both humans and pets. She helps with planning for the next transition in your beloved pet’s life as well as grief support. She does home visits and virtual care and can be present on the days you feel will be the hardest during, before and after transition. She offers comfort and resources to navigate during this time and holds space for feelings that come up. The best way to reach Lauren is by email at [email protected].

Tufts Pet Loss Support Hotline
Tufts Pet Loss Support helps pet owners who have lost an animal companion and provides resources for people grieving the loss of a pet. The hotline is staffed from 6 pm to 9 pm Monday through Thursday EST and has 24-hour voicemail. Calls left on the voicemail will be returned at the next scheduled shift.

Reddit r/petloss
r/petloss is a community of support for pet owners whose pets have passed away.

Need support now? Dial 988 24 hours a day
The 988 Lifeline proves 24/7 free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States. Text or call 988.

Artistic Partners

Keeley Waite
Keeley Waite is an artist from Hawaii currently based in New York City. He has loved animals since before he could walk or talk.  He earned a BFA in Illustration from California State University, Fullerton, and his work has been featured in exhibitions and literary magazines.

Eterneva: Turn ashes into diamonds 
Paws at Peace has recently partnered with Eterneva, a very special company that can take 1/2 cup of your pet’s ashes and grow a diamond from them that you will cherish for life. If you are interested in learning more about growing a diamond from your pet’s ashes, please fill out this form:

Charity Partners
Pets are Wonderful Support (PAWS) NY
Pets Are Wonderful Support (PAWS) NY is an incredible organization that is near and dear to our hearts. Through a network of partners and volunteers, they help vulnerable New Yorkers with physical and financial obstacles (with particular emphasis on low income older adults and individuals living with illness or disability) care for their pets. Paws at Peace makes a small donation to PAWS New York in honor of every pet we serve. They are always in need of volunteers and donations. Visit their site to learn more about volunteering or to make a donation.

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The process includes

  • Complementary consultation and attention to all the details. We work to ensure your cat is comfortable and relaxed when we arrive. They can be surrounded by their favorite people and toys, they can have any treats they like, and it can take place on a cozy bed, in their favorite garden, or even right in your arms.   
  • Travel to your home or the location of your choosing
  • All necessary medications and supplies
  • A beautiful handmade clay paw print and a lock of fur, if you like
  • A personal note to your veterinarian to let them know about your pet’s passing
  • We can also provide loving and respectful removal of your pet from the premises if cremation is elected

What our clients say:

“Letting my baby boy go was absolutely the hardest experience I’ve ever gone through, but it could not have been more beautiful or peaceful. We are eternally grateful to Dr. Lander, Calvin, Ioanna, Cheryl, and the entire Paws at Peace team. Hugo did not pass away in crisis. The sun was shining, my precious boy was in my arms, and he was surrounded by love, peace, and beauty. It was everything we could have possibly wanted for his transition into heaven. Thank you, thank you, a million times thank you, Paws at Peace. Angels on earth.”

“The staff of Paws at Peace treated my cat, my family, and I with the utmost patience and compassion throughout the whole process. My sweet kitty passed away peacefully and without fear in her favorite spot, and her last memory before falling asleep was eating her favorite treat. I could not be more thankful.”

Areas We Serve

Paws at Peace provides home pet euthanasia and hospice care for all of NYC and southern Westchester County





Staten Island

Westchester County

– Yonkers
– Mount Vernon
– New Rochelle
– Scarsdale
– White Plains
– Bronxville
– Eastchester
– Tuckahoe
– Larchmont
– Mamaroneck
– Rye
– Pelham
– Hastings-On-Hudson
– Dobbs Ferry
– Hartsdale
– Ardsley