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Siomara Acevedo, DVM


Dr. Siomara Acevedo was born and raised in Puerto Rico before landing in Atlanta, Georgia. She was a toddler/in diapers when she started learning about animals at her grandparents’ small farm. She really enjoyed bottle feeding baby goats from the moment she learned how to walk. Her grandparents truly instilled kindness towards animals by taking injured stray dogs to the vet then nursing them back to health at their home.

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We had such a healthy and healing experience with Dr. Sio helping us say goodbye to our Bella. We have three daughters who were comforted by Dr. Sio’s words and explanations as she talked through the process and allowed us all to ask as many questions as necessary until we were comfortable. She allowed us privacy in our intimate moments as we grieved Bella’s passing. She was kind, professional, considerate, informative and patient at every step. We are grateful for the compassionate care we and Bella received in such a difficult time.

- Julie M.

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Pam Kloepfer, DVM


Dr. Pam Kloepfer, originally from Cincinnati, earned her undergraduate and veterinary degrees at The Ohio State University in Columbus. Following a small animal rotating internship at Louisiana State University, she returned to Columbus, working as an emergency veterinarian for nine years before relocating back to Cincinnati. Her experience in emergency practice led her to specialize in in-home euthanasia, recognizing the need for a more compassionate approach for both pets and owners facing end-of-life decisions.

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Our same day appointment was a blessing because our Lily was suffering and appointments with other places were going to be days out. Dr Kloepfer was very compassionate and comforting.

- Gwyn

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Emma Thomas, DVM


Dr. Emma Thomas is a veterinarian in Cleveland, OH and shares her home with 2 dogs, Monkey and Pippin, and 5 cats, Marla, Kitten, Judy, Puff, and Deedee. Her love for animals stemmed from infancy, always surrounded by either dogs, cats, horses, birds, or rodents. While in high school, Dr. Thomas had the opportunity to spend the summer at a family friend’s barn in Hawai’i, where she spent her time training horses, helping with barn chores, but most impactfully, shadowing a local equine veterinarian.

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So very grateful for Dr. Emma and Home with Dignity. Our German Shepherd Charlie was able to find rest in his home with family members around saying their farewells. I am overwhelmed with gratitude that we were able to provide Charlie such a beautiful send off with such comfort.

- Miki

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Audrey Washburn, DVM

Colorado Springs

Dr. Audrey Washburn grew up in rural North Carolina and Virginia, before finally landing in Colorado Springs. During her years in practice, she realized there was a serious unmet need for in home euthanasia in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She had met so many pet owners who had struggled with a life-ending disease in their pets and determining whether or not pet euthanasia was the best option. Dr. Washburn knew the clinic was not the best place for owners and pets to say goodbye.

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Dr. Washburn showed our family the highest degree of compassion and professionalism when visiting our home. She took the time to get to know our dog, addressed our concerns with care, and gently explained each step of the process and what to expect. Our precious hound deserved a calm, respectful means of passing, and I feel so grateful Dr. Washburn was able to facilitate this. She not only took such good care of our dog, but us, too. Thank you for walking along side us during one of our most difficult days.

- Lindsey M.

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Annette Bradley, DVM

Colorado Springs

Dr. Annette Bradley grew up in a small-town in Nebraska and received her undergraduate degree from Chadron State College in Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics. She then graduated from the University of Florida Veterinary School in 1993 but she is still a ‘Cornhusker’ at heart. Dr. Bradley has a true passion for end of life care and is happy to help clients that have to make those touch decisions. We are honored to have her as a part of our unique mobile euthanasia practice and to allow her to provide our at home euthanasia service in Colorado Springs.

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Dr Annette was amazing. She helped make the process of losing our cat so peaceful. We never felt rushed and she truly helped me feel at peace with our decision. She even gave us a coloring book for our 5 year old son that he could write about our cat and include pictures. Highly recommend this company.

- Ashley C.

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Brittany Solomon, DVM


Dr. Brittany Solomon was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. She attended the University of Findlay, graduating in 2011, followed by four years at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 2015. Dr. Solomon spent a year practicing in Cincinnati, Ohio before coming home to Columbus in 2016. She worked in a busy general practice for 8 years and developed a passion for improving end of life care for our animal family members.

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I cannot express the gratefulness I have for this service. The vet was astounding. Our pet loved her and we were all so comfortable. She was exactly the answer and resolved all of our anxiety about this decision. She walked us through every single step and took such care and regard. I am forever grateful.

- Miranda H.

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Ben Shrauner, DVM, DACVS

Kansas City

Dr. Ben Shrauner grew up in Protection, a small town in the southwestern part of Kansas, where his family finished cattle, ranched, and farmed. He enjoyed working with the animals, but wanted flexibility in where he could live and decided Veterinary Medicine would provide just that.

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Dr. Ben was wonderful. He's filled with empathy and compassion. He explained the entire process in a calm, confident manor. He is an Angel to do what he does and help our much beloved pets (family members) to cross over quietly and peacefully. Forever indebted to him.

- Sharon K.

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Ashley Ng, DVM


Dr. Ashley Ng grew up in a small city in Vermont before settling in Minneapolis. She loved all animals from a young age, and wanted to become a veterinarian since she was 7 years old. After working with so many clients and patients, it really started to appeal to her to focus on just one aspect of veterinary medicine and that is veterinary euthanasia. Even during veterinary school, Dr. Ng always knew that she had a passion for guiding clients through those difficult end of life decisions and the euthanasia process.

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Dr. Ashley Ng was amazing. This was one of the most difficult things I’ve gone through in my adult life, seeing Kiki “my cat” struggle who’s been apart of my life for 14 years was terrible, but Home with Dignity guided me in the right direction and quickly worked with my schedule and offered plenty of options. Though this was an extremely difficult thing to move forward with, I’m grateful that my baby is no longer in pain and suffering.

- Romeo R.

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Jessica Brozda, VMD


Dr. Jessica Brozda wanted to become a veterinarian from a young age, growing up and spending time caring for animals on her family’s farm in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Her favorite aspect of clinical practice was client education and preventative medicine, but over the years, Dr. Brozda has found mobile practice for in home euthanasia to be the most rewarding.

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Dr. Brozda is amazing and made our family feel very comfortable during a very hard time. I didn’t know what to expect but I did know that I didn’t want my dog to be stressed out in a vet office. Dr Brozda came in explained the process and as I held my dog she comfortably went to sleep while Dr Brozda talked through the process. I wouldn’t change one thing. I know my dog was happy in my arms in her last moments and I didn’t feel rushed. Dr Brozda is an angel on earth. I would highly recommend home with dignity.

- Janai B.

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Jason Laramore, DVM


Dr. Jason Laramore has lived in Washington state for the majority of his life. He graduated from Western Washington University with a Bachelor of Arts in English in 1995, completed his pre-veterinary course requirements at the University of Washington in 1998, and then earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Washington State University in 2002. Dr. Jason has practiced at various small animal hospitals in the greater Seattle area since graduation. When not helping dogs and cats with end-of-life care, Jason enjoys reading, travelling (especially to Disneyland), running, visiting Starbucks, and spending time with his family.

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This was all such a good experience, of course extraordinarily sad but they made this process sooooo much nicer than taking the dog out of the house to some clinic somewhere... she passed in her favorite spot, surrounded by the whole family, at home where she's totally comfortable, and had the best day of her life. The vet was absolutely great and the whole process was so professional and easy. You just don't want to deal with anything even remotely stressful on a day like this and they made everything so simple and easy. Very compassionate and understanding.

- Eric S.

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T. Regan Birkner, DVM

St. Louis

Dr. T. Regan Birkner grew up feeling that he was meant to help people and realized in school with his interests and abilities, that veterinary medicine could be a good fit. With his love of science and nature, Dr. Birkner dedicated himself to becoming a veterinarian working hard to achieve his goals. He has been practicing companion animal veterinary medicine since 2006.

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We had a wonderful experience with Home With Dignity - Everything was top notch with extreme care for Red Dog and us – Dr. Reagan went above and beyond to ensure our pet had no pain when going to heaven and really tried to comfort us along the way - Never easy to lose your best friend but we had no doubts that we had made the correct decision and that our dog is now in total peace thanks to the assistance of Dr. Reagan and Home With Dignity - Would highly recommend their services to anyone

- Cynthia J.

Helping You Decide

Caregivers can use these quality of life assessment sheets to assess animals and guide decision-making for Home Hospice care or even track the timing of a pets decline as this helps us understand the right time for euthanasia. Use numbers from 0 to 10 (10 is ideal or normal) to score the patient’s condition. Not everyone needs this, but for those who would like to have a tool to understand their pet’s status, or to track ups and downs, this is a great tool for you

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See What Our Clients Say

“Home with Dignity was so wonderful. The scheduler was very kind and thorough. She answered all my questions and told me what to expect. Dr Ashley was so great as well. She was patient and empathetic on such a hard day for my family. She allowed us time to grieve. I’m so thankful this service is available.”

Josie (Minneapolis, MN)

5 golden stars

“They were quick to call me back and have an appointment scheduled in less than a day. The doctor was incredibly compassionate and made this ordeal more bearable. Can't recommend the service enough. Having this done at the house made this much easier on us and more importantly Lucy.”

Chris (Philadelphia, PA)

5 golden stars

“I would recommend this company and service to anyone who needs it. They were very kind, respectful and caring to us and our sweet old man when it was his time to leave us.”

Shari (Baltimore, MD)

5 golden stars

“Worth every penny to say goodbye to my sweet sweet brave girl in her home. Vet was kind, understanding, compassionate. It was short notice and the end of his work day but he never tried to hurry things. We are extremely grateful for this service for our beloved girl.”

Paula (Kansas City, MO)

5 golden stars

“The compassion shown during this incredibly difficult time was beyond measure. We could not have asked for more while helping our precious little girl cross over the rainbow Bridge, at home, with us. Thank you so much for your gentle loving care.”

Reagan (Atlanta, GA)

5 golden stars

“They are so kind and empathetic with their clients. We lost two dogs in the past year, one to old age and the other to cancer. Both times we called Home With Dignity. Dr Washburn is amazing!”

Karin (Colorado Springs, CO)

5 golden stars

If you have general questions about your pet's health and want to know more about our services, please call or text us. A care coordinator is ready and would love to help.

Call or Text us at (312) 626-6644

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