Our Story

About Pets at Peace

We are a client-patient centered practice, which means we go above and beyond to ensure the happiness and comfort of the people and animals with whom we work.

Pets at Peace

Our Story

Dr. Leah Tibbals, DVM

I am certified in Companion animal Euthanasia (CAETA). This provides for additional detail to the individual pet’s needs. The customized attention gives an overall better euthanasia experience for caregivers and patients. I have worked in Veterinary General Practice, Emergency, Shelter, and as a Veterinary Preventative Medicine Officer for the U.S Army.

I have lived in many areas of Miami since 2008 and have come to love the eclectic vibe. All of Miami is a pet-loving community where it is becoming common to have a pet menu offered up at the local restaurants.

I graduated from St Georges University Grenada, West Indies in 2007, completed my 4th-year clinical rotations at UF Gainesville. I moved to Miami after graduation where I explored many facets of Veterinary medicine, including joining the Army reserves as an officer of Veterinary Preventative Medicine. I had always thought I would open an in-home euthanasia business later in my career, but then Covid hit and it occurred to me – why wait?

Mission Statement

To help companion animals and their caretakers in the death process with compassion and dignity. To honor the human-animal bond and its place in our hearts and society. In honor of each euthanasia I perform, I will make a donation in the name of the beloved pet to a charity. I currently am donating to Scott’s Wish, an all-volunteer non-profit that aids pets and humans alike.