​​Becoming an In-Home Pet Euthanasia Veterinarian

​​Becoming an In-Home Pet Euthanasia Veterinarian: A Path to Work-Life Balance and Economic Empowerment

In recent years, the demand for in-home pet euthanasia services has been on the rise. As more pet owners seek compassionate and convenient end-of-life care for their beloved pets, the niche of in-home pet euthanasia veterinarian has emerged as an attractive option for veterinarians seeking a better work-life balance and economic empowerment.

Are you seeking career flexibility and work-life balance? Consider joining CodaPet

Work-Life Balance: The Benefits of an In-Home Practice

Flexible Schedule

One of the main attractions of being an in-home pet euthanasia veterinarian is the ability to create a flexible schedule. With the ability to choose which appointments to take and how many clients to see each day, veterinarians can better manage their time and prioritize their personal and professional commitments.

Reduced Stress

In-home euthanasia services provide a more intimate and private setting for both the pet owner and the veterinarian. This can lead to a more relaxed atmosphere, reducing stress for both parties and promoting a healthier work environment. Clients often express more heartfelt gratitude for in-home euthanasia appointments than in-clinic.

Be your own Boss without High Overhead Costs

Operating an in-home niche practice means lower overhead costs, such as rent, utilities, and staff salaries. This can lead to increased profitability and a better work-life balance, as veterinarians can focus on providing quality care to their clients without the burden of high business expenses.

CodaPet allows its network of veterinarians to choose how many appointments they want to schedule each week.

Veterinarians choose if they want to work full-time, part-time, or just offer two appointments a week. This freedom means you can keep your full-time clinic job or focus 100% on providing in-home euthanasia.

Economic Empowerment: The Opportunities for Growth

Higher Demand

As the pet population continues to grow and the aging pet population requires more end-of-life care, the demand for in-home pet euthanasia services is expected to increase. In addition, the at-home experience is much preferred to the in-clinic experience. This growing demand and consumer awareness creates an opportunity for veterinarians to capitalize on this niche market and build a successful practice.

Specialized Skills

In-home pet euthanasia veterinarians develop specialized skills by focusing on one area of the field. These skills can be transferable to other aspects of veterinary medicine, such as hospice care and palliative treatment, or used as a consulting service for other veterinarians.

Competitive Earnings

Veterinarians in the CodaPet network made about $185 per hour on average, after accounting for the cost of CodaPet’s commission, the crematorium’s fees, and other expenses like payment processing. However, some vets made as much as $275 per hour, with the lowest-earning vets making around $160 per hour. While our veterinarian partners command the highest hourly rate, they also earn it every day, as they’re building their own businesses.

In-home pet euthanasia veterinarians can enjoy a better work-life balance and economic empowerment by offering a unique, compassionate service to pet owners. Would you like to learn more about joining CodaPet?