Dr. Julie Bartz, DVM Call now 602-448-3298
In-Home Pet Euthanasia
The kindest gift you can give your best friend
Rainbow Bridge Veterinary Services is an affordable in-home pet euthanasia provider serving the greater Phoenix Arizona area. We will take care of the entire process for you which is what sets us apart from other similar services. We understand how hard this is for you and your family, and we are here to help you through it from start to finish.
The Good Death
by Dr. Mel Newton, DVM. A good death. That is our responsibility to the animals under our care, if we can possibly give them one.
We know how hard it is to say goodbye to your beloved dog or cat family member. Making the decision is emotionally and mentally draining. However, we want you to know you are not alone.
Rainbow Bridge Veterinary Services, upholding the gold standard in end of life companion animal care.
“Hand in paw, paw in hand, best friends until the end”
If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please don’t hesitate to call us today at 602-448-3298.
We are here for you and your beloved pet to provide the best in end of life care. Service area includes Phoenix, Scottsdale, Cave Creek, Carefree, Fountain Hills, Desert Hills, New River, Rio Verde, Anthem, Tempe, Mesa, Glendale and more…
Gentle and Understanding
I called about our old kitty that needed some very special care while being handled. We talked that morning and she was at our apartment by 5 the same day. Our d girl made Dr. Julie’s job more difficult by running and having to be caught. Throughout the whole ordeal, Dr. Julie was very patient and understanding and we were eventually able to gently catch our baby. She talked us through each step in the process and let us spend the time to clean up our old baby’s eyes and nose when everything was over. She even gave us some advice on how to help our new kitten through the process after everything was done. Dr. Julie made this sad time an amazing experience and I could not imagine send our baby over the rainbow bridge any other way. Thank you Dr. Julie.
The hardest decision made easier
Johnny Cash, our 12 yr old lab mix, was in pain. A mass in his abdomen most likely had ruptured. In my anguish, I found Dr Julie, and was truly blessed. She explained the procedure in a gentle and loving manner, as if it were her own dog. She gave us plenty of time to love on Cash before taking him away. He is now pain free and was treated with dignity throughout the whole process.
A JOURNEY OF LOVE, PEACE, AND CARING
Dr Julie is a true angel 😇 of mercy. Explaining the whole procedure. The gentleness and caring she gave to our Lexi. The comforting words for Cyn and me. We are highly encouraging anyone that has to go this process to use Dr. Bartz. I will always remember this experience as a celebration of Lexi’s life and giving her a loving send off. Till we meet again “Little Love”.
The Best kind of Goodbye we could have wished for
Dr Bart’s made the final hour of our beautiful boy’s life so much more of a comfortable and peaceful experience. She took us through each step and made us feel comfortable. Our dog was in a calm and loving environment- and I can say it was a beautiful and moving event, in which our family could say our last farewells to Freckles. Thank you, Dr Bart for making all of the arrangements for all of the necessary after the event pieces. We are so very grateful and thankful to your wonderful genuine, caring nature
An End Gift of Kindness to our Beloved Pet
Dr Julie was so amazingly kind from the first phone call. We were not mentally ready and traumatized at that point and on that day. We talked everything through and I contacted her in the early hours the next day. She came at 10:00 a.m. and we were so grateful that she could come so soon. Our dog was our world for 14 years. It was a very peaceful passing for our girl and us. We have that heart-felt comfort for ever more that in the end she had peace in her final moments. Our dog did not know she was leaving us that day, all she knew was that we were there, with a friend, talking quietly, petting her and giving words of comfort. The sedative made her go to sleep very peacefully, then the final drug is given and she took a few quiet breaths and left the earth. Everything is explained before and also throughout as to what will happen. Although we are sad beyond measure we were able to end her life in the most respectful, precious, caring and loving way. Now we can begin to heal our broken hearts.